Where are the feminists? The sistuhs in arms? Too busy norming Jew-hatred and promoting convicted terrorist and sharia pimps to leadership positions.
What is Tomi Lahren still doing on that nut’s network anyway? Lahren does more for that “network” than it does for her. Her Facebook page drives millions in traffic to ‘The Blaze.” Glenn Beck was always a bit cuckoo but he went over to the dark side when Trump came onto the scene. Certifiably unhinged. Does anyone even watch that insanity anymore? Did Beck really think the anti-Trump network was a winning idea among the right? Everyone on there is hanging by a pathetic thread with the exception of Tomi.
Dr. Ewis El Nagar, the head of the Islamic Edicts Committee of Quebec Council of Imams who also serves as the Imam leader of Dawah (outreach, “call to Islam”) at the Canadian Islamic Centre in Montreal, says that the Islamic ruling on marrying slave women/ girls was not abrogated and it is applicable when the legitimate jihad is launched against the disbelievers.
Back then, Democrats called it “hostage-taking.” Now they’re blaming Republicans for leaving Democrats no option but to take hostages themselves. Or, as Schumer put it: “They will be shutting down the government and delivering a severe blow to our economy.” Meaning: When they do it, it’s reckless; when we do it, it’s principle.
When Murray and Middlebury professor Allison Stanger tried to leave the building, they were followed by protesters who accosted them physically. The professor was grabbed by the hair and her neck twisted—she was fitted with a neck brace at a hospital—and their car rocked in a way that alarmed local authorities. It was another victory for opponents of free speech, and if that seems like an incongruous scalp for a civil rights lawyer to wear, well, our politics are pretty odd these days.
March4Trump Rally at Trump Tower vs. Standing Rock Anti Trump leftists at the New York Public Library — 42nd st.
In addition to his customary invective against European governments for refusing to allow his ministers to rally Turkish expatriates behind him, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday that the EU’s new ban on headscarves in the workplace would launch “a struggle between the cross and the crescent.”