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Help defeat Speaker Paul Ryan! Ignorance about Islam is dangerous!

Posted by Ann Corcoran on June 15, 2016

Nehlen-versus-Ryan-660x330I didn’t get back to the Amarillo story (was he Somali or Iranian?) this morning because I was busy at American Resistance after I saw the arrogant and ignorant Paul Ryan rebuke Trump’s Muslim ban strategy.

Go to American Resistance 2016! and see what I recommend you do.

Send Ryan a message by sending his primary opponent, Paul Nehlen, a campaign contribution.

9 Responses to “Help defeat Speaker Paul Ryan! Ignorance about Islam is dangerous!”

  1. Reblogged this on Kerberos616.

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  2. […] Help defeat Speaker Paul Ryan! Ignorance about Islam is dangerous! […]

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  3. Joe Newton said

    This morning our Ex. Dir. of Refugee Resettlement Relief spoke with the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump at the Trump Victory event. Our director raised his hand and was acknowledged by Mr. Trump, then stated: “Mr. Trump please repeal the refugee resettlement Act. That is how the terrorist are getting into the country.” Trump responded, “I agree” and then pointed out several recent acts of Islamic terrorism committed by refugees and their families.
    Mr. Trump had already spent most of his time talking about terrorism. With regard to the mass shooting in Orlando at the Pulse nightclub he said a high ranking representative in the gay community told him that the LBGT community was going to support him because “they know I am the only one who is going to protect them.” He went on to say that this is not only true for the gay community but for all of us.
    He again committed to building the wall and reminded us that the 16,000 Federal Border Patrol employees have endorsed him—-something they have never done in any other presidential race.
    Trump emphasized the immigration issue at the Mexican border but dwelled on the massive amount of illegal drugs coming across the border and claimed that the wall would help stem the flow of the drugs.
    Trump was calm, well spoken and reasonable. He was a very pleasant but firmly committed gentleman. This is not the Donald Trump the media is describing. Donald Trump is thoroughly a gentleman, knows where he is going and what he wants to do when elected president.

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  4. eendreno@aol.com said

    sent $ nearly a month ago

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  5. Stephanie Oney said

    The guy who took the hostage in Amarillo was Somali

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  6. Dave Gorak said

    Ann: In October 2001 I attended my first Social Contract Writers Workshop. The first speaker was syndicated columnist Georgie Anne Geyer who asked why this country continues to admit so many people from (Muslim) countries whose men disrespect women and and there is no separation between government and religion.

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    • Ann Corcoran said

      All those years and there is never an effort made to stem the flow! Shocking! Geyer was ahead of her time!

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  7. nctruth said

    Reblogged this on NC Refugee Watch and commented:
    Leaders need to know the truth about Islam.

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  8. bari1951 said

    Reblogged this on Kattukse Vrienden voor Israël.

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