Congressmenman Hakim Muahmmad (or as the deceiving media likes to call him) is the face of the Democrats, party of treason.
Muhammad nee Ellison, a quasi co-chairman of the Democratic National Committee, campaigned in 2009 for a Libya-born activist who called on Palestinians to embrace “the jihad way.” He has held Hamas rallies against the Jews, while blaming me for Islamophobia. Ellison’s trip to the hajj was paid for by a Muslim Brotherhood front group.
Hakim Muhammad nee Keith Ellison:
–Supported Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam
–Says that Farrakhan “is a role model for black youth,” “is not an anti-Semite,” and “is a sincere, tireless, and uncompromising advocate of the black community and other oppressed people around the world”
–Spoke favorably of the high-profile murderers and leftist icons Mumia Abu Jamal, Assata Shakur, and Geronimo Pratt
–Former steering committee member of the National Lawyers Guild’s Minnesota chapter
–Publicly defended former Symbionese Liberation Army terrorist Kathleen Soliah
WAT? Rep. Ellison Floats Revolutionary War Against Trump — Because Twitter Won’t Suspend POTUS
Breitbart, July 27, 2017:
On Thursday’s broadcast of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” DNC Deputy Chair Representative Keith Ellison (D-MN) argued that President Trump uses Twitter in a manner that is comparable to the behavior of England’s King George III.
Ellison later argued that he generally sees Twitter “as a good thing to foster communication from your government, but I think it can be used in a very bad way. Because, what he’s doing, through his Twitter account and in other ways, is circumventing the whole system to intimidate people, to pack courts, to intimidate the press, all so that he can just sort of run everything himself. And we fought a war of independence against somebody, King George, who was trying to do that. So, this is really why I’m actually kind of concerned about his use of social media, not the fact that he uses it. That’s actually a good thing. But the way that he uses it, I think is damaging to representative democracy.”