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Congressman both Muslim and pro-gay?



Keith Ellison

“Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., a third-term congressman and a co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. On the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Rights page on his House website, Ellison notes that he is ‘proud to be vice-chair of the Congressional Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Caucus.’”

Don’t take my word for that. That is from ThinkProgress.

This last week, the radical Muslim congressman, Keith Ellison, was again proud to be named the vice-chairman of the Congressional LGBT Caucus.


Can a congressman be Muslim and pro-gay, both?

Congressman Keith Ellison

Representative Keith Ellison, D-Minn. Portrait courtesy United States House of Representatives

Outside of the fact that Rep. Ellison, the first radial Muslim in the U.S. House (who swore into office with his hand upon the Quran) feels safe enough to take shots at me on a one-sided national platform (to the Daily Beast Keith stated to the American people that they “may not know how extreme this guy [Bradlee Dean] is”), what is interesting here is the fact that we cannot get Keith on LIVE radio to confront my “extremism” on an open platform. Keith likes straining at the gnat while he swallows the camel! So Keith, let’s go to the extreme and show America how extreme YOU really are! Now it is my turn.

Listen up, America.


If you remember right, in September of 2012, after the Democrats took heat for removing and then reasserting God into their party platform, “lawmaker” Keith Ellison attacked the GOP for banning Shariah Law. He stated, “Why do they want to become the party of hate? They are demonstrating hatred toward Muslims. They’re the party that’s basically the bigoted party.”

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One might think that would have come straight out of the mouth of a radical homosexual, rather than a radical Muslim.

Or maybe not!

A form of totalitarianism

Friends, you are dealing with a form of totalitarianism. They love to pull your hair, smack your face and then cry the victim. When in fact they are the ones attempting to perpetuate their crimes against the laws of our constitutional republic, only to attempt to establish their lawlessness.

Act For America’s Brigitte Gabriel said during an interview in a video called “Stealth Jihadie” that “Muslims can lie and the lie is permissible as long as the lie basically prepares the way for Islam to be either victorious or to win an argument against an enemy.”


Gabriel goes on to say that during Keith Ellison’s victory party, Allah Akbar (“God is greatest” – “Allah is greater”) were the words that were shouted. Those who perpetrated the downing of the twin towers in New York City on 9/11 said these same words.

Speaking of extremes, why is it that the Muslims have yet to be called into question by the radical homosexual communities concerning the Muslims’ call for the execution of the homosexuals?

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Yet, the radical homosexuals will attack anyone that stands up against their abominable lifestyles by warning them of their sins before a just and holy God in preservation of their life and their souls (Ezekiel 3:18). Just ask Rachel Maddow who attacks my ministry for warning the homosexuals that the radical Muslims are calling for their executions.

One might want to take the time and ask Keith Ellison how he reconciles his radical ideology with that of our Founding Fathers:

Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people (under the umbrella of Christianity). It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.

– John Adams, second president of the United States


Taking it another step, look at who President Barrack Hussein Obama and this current administration have appointed to key positions in government–over 225 homosexuals. Talk about discrimination towards heterosexuals. (

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This president not only entertains Muslims in the White House, but also advocates Sharia Law through his support of the Muslim Brotherhood, America’s sworn enemies.

And remember that another Muslim Brotherhood supporter was recently promoted within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

So, how extreme am I?

According to Keith Ellison’s accusations, it is extreme to stand up for our posterity (future generations), to protect the family and to enforce the laws of our land. If this is extreme, then so be it. I rest my case. Keith Ellison is right. But let me reassure you, it is the “extreme” that America is calling for – extreme in not tolerating any more corruption from its representatives!

The right time to do the right thing is right now, and America is waiting. It is time for the re-establishing of who we are as a “republic,” “one nation under God” (the Christian religion), “indivisible” (undividable, unbreakable) with “liberty” (freedom to do the things that we ought to do) and “justice” (according to the Moses, whose image is part of our Supreme Court Building) for “all” (even people of other faiths such as Keith Ellison so long as they abide by the laws of OUR land).


How extreme am I?

Martin Luther King Jr. said,

I must admit that I was initially disappointed in being so categorized (as an extremist). But as I continued to think about the matter, I gradually gained a bit of satisfaction from being considered an extremist. … [Was not] Abraham Lincoln [an extremist]: “This nation cannot survive half slave half free.” [Was not] Thomas Jefferson [an extremist]: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.” So the question is not whether we will be extremists, but what kind of extremists will we be. … Will we be extremists for the preservation of injustice or [will we be extremists] for the extension of justice?

America, you decide.

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Fergus Mason

“Allah Akbar (“God is greatest” – “Allah is greater”)”

Just to avoid confusion here, “Allahu Akbar” means “God is great” in Arabic. Both “God is greatest” and “Allah is greater” (which is only half translated anyway) are wrong.

“Allah” is not a name. It particularly isn’t the name of a special god worshipped only by muslims. It means “God” just like Gott, Dieu or БОГ do. I’ve heard prayers directed to Allah in Christian churches.

Terry A. Hurlbut

Maybe. Except the issue here is not strict translation but idiom. Meaning a Muslim’s “own way” of saying a thing and using a word or phrase.


Wait, what proof of radicalism is there for Keith Ellison. I mean, based on this article, and what ive read on him, he seems far less radically muslim than you guys or conservapedia are radically christian.

I mean, a lot of us opposed banning sharia law in the United States. There was no valid reason to do it. No one had tried to make it legal so it changes nothing. It looked and felt like signaling out everyones least favorite minority group and making a useless law to attack them.

Terry A. Hurlbut

You little know whereof you speak. Sharia law does not permit republican institutions to exist.

Fergus Mason

Really? I’d have said the issue was the rather desperate attempt to paint Rep. Ellison as an extremist on the grounds that “Those who perpetrated the downing of the twin towers in New York City on 9/11 said these same words.” Yes they did. So what? Hundreds of millions of other people have said those very same words too, in many languages. In any case I wouldn’t have thought that “God is great” is a phrase someone like Mr. Dean would object to. Unless, perhaps, it’s said by someone with a skin colour he doesn’t like?

Terry A. Hurlbut

Actually, his skin color is an anomaly among Muslims. What matters is his devotion to the Fighting Words.

Fergus Mason

“What matters is his devotion to the Fighting Words.”

What fighting words? “God is great”?

Terry A. Hurlbut

No. “Fight and slay the infidels wheresoever ye find them.”

Fergus Mason

“You little know whereof you speak. Sharia law does not permit republican institutions to exist.”

That can certainly be argued, although sharia law – like islam itself – is far from a monolithic structure. It doesn’t really matter though. The point he was making is that banning sharia law would be pretty silly, seeing as nobody is actually trying to impose it.

Terry A. Hurlbut

But they are. People are trying to have judges hand down judgments against non-Muslims based on Sharia law.

Fergus Mason

“People are trying to have judges hand down judgments against non-Muslims based on Sharia law.”


Terry A. Hurlbut

I hardly think that necessary. There can be only one reason to demand Sharia law enforcement in any non-Muslim country: so that a Muslim may claim the advantage of Sharia law for himself in his dealing with, as he would put it, keffir.

Law, by definition, applies to people’s dealings with other people.

Fergus Mason

“Fight and slay the infidels wheresoever ye find them.”

The meh is strong in this one. Hatred of non-believers is a characteristic of all monotheistic religions, not just islam. As an actual infidel I loathe the Koran’s ignorant rantings against all those who don’t follow the Abrahamic god, but I’m also pretty disgusted at jewish claims to special status as “chosen” and the Christian doctrine that I’ll be tortured for eternity just because I don’t agree with them. Monotheism makes vicious claims and islam’s claims, because they were written by an ignorant and quarrelsome merchant instead of a group of elitist priests, tend to be a bit rawer than most.

Still meh though. Who cares what the Koran says? It’s just a book, and a tedious one at that. The KJV is much better.

Terry A. Hurlbut

Anyone should care, who asks whether those who follow its precepts can or will coexist peaceably with non-followers.

Fergus Mason

“There can be only one reason to demand Sharia law enforcement in any non-Muslim country”

Yes Terry. So do you have a link to show that the enforcement of sharia law on non-muslims by US judges is, in fact, actually happening?

Terry A. Hurlbut
Fergus Mason

“Anyone should care, who asks whether those who follow its precepts can or will coexist peaceably with non-followers.”

I could ask exactly the same about any other monotheistic religion. In general they have an extremely poor record when it comes to coexisting peaceably with non-believers. See the Old Testament for details, or any history of central Europe.

Terry A. Hurlbut

Central Europe is beyond scope here. But as for the Old Testament, we have the New. Whereas the Muslim New Testament is the collection of the Medina Surat. Wherein are found the Fighting Words.

Fergus Mason

“his dealing with, as he would put it, keffir.”

I am kuffar, Terry. You are not. You are one of the People of the Book. This means that our status under sharia law would be very different. You would be a second class citizen and liable for an extra tax. I would be dead.

I am no fan of sharia law. I just don’t think it will ever be imposed on any western country. This is a complete non-issue.

Terry A. Hurlbut

See the links I provided up-thread.

And by the way: I also would be marked for death. Christians are marked for death right now, in Egypt and elsewhere in the Middle East.


How is Sharia Islam any less inherently compatible with Republicanism than Christianity? Have you forgotten Romans 13:2 and Deuteronomy 17:5? Per a strict reading of Biblical doctrine, the United States is an abomination among the nations for rebelling against the divine authority of House of Hanover.

Terry A. Hurlbut

Not so. When George III violated his own compacts, and the Magna Carta, he placed himself beyond the scope of Romans 13:1-7.


Did he? Romans 13:6 clearly commands that Christians should pay unto His Majesty and HM Government whatsoever taxes he should levy. The Bostonian money-lenders who incited their fellows to rebellion (in violation of Ephesians 6:5!) could not possibly have been acting in accord with any Biblical mandate.

Of course, considering how eagerly President Adams and the 5th Congress renounced Christianity in the Treaty of Tripoli, that’s hardly surprising…

Terry A. Hurlbut

He has abdicated government here, by declaring us out of his protection and waging war against us.

Thomas Jefferson

link to

Fergus Mason

“Christians are marked for death right now, in Egypt and elsewhere in the Middle East.”

That’s local politics, not sharia law. Under sharia Christians are protected.

Terry A. Hurlbut

So even Sharia law is under an Abrogation Principle. As near as I can tell from actual current practice, Sharia law means: Convert or die.

Fergus Mason

“As near as I can tell from actual current practice, Sharia law means: Convert or die.”

Well, show me a religion that actually does follow its “holy” book. Jews twist the Biblical laws into a grotesque legalistic parody of the actual words. Christians just ignore any they don’t like. I don’t expect muslims to do any better, and naturally they don’t disappoint me. When people listen to god he always seems to be saying exactly what they want to hear. Funny, that.

Fergus Mason

OK, thanks for those examples. Some of them are appalling, and just for the record I think any western judge who even mentions sharia law except as an aggravating factor during sentencing should have a slice of bacon nailed to his forehead.

I don’t think it can be blamed on President Bazza though; some of those cases happened under Reagan.


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