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Thank you, Michele Bachmann. For too long the SHARIAstream media has been silent about the increasingly obvious fact that radical Muslims may have infiltrated the highest levels of the United States government. These accusations are based largely on hunches and guilt by association. Does that make them trifles to be pushed aside while we worry about actual issues? No, good sir or madam of Anglo-Saxon heritage. The Bush/Cheney lesson on 9/11 cannot be forgotten: any accusation that involves Muslims will do.

An exclusive National Memo investigation can now revealed serious questions about the loyalty of several prominent so-called Americans— including many who have had access to top-secret information.

Just as Rep.. Bachmann asked the U.S. government to investigate “policies and activities that appear to be the result of influence operations conducted by individuals and organizations associated with the Muslim Brotherhood,” we urge a wide-ranging inquisition against the following people—and their families, of course.

1. Elliott Abrams
Deputy National Security Adviser to George W. Bush

Long before the Muslim Brotherhood completed their coup against the Egyptian government — under the guise of a democratic presidential election — neoconservative Elliott Abrams was collaborating with the Muslim Brotherhood. “The Muslim Brotherhood was illegal in Egypt, but certain parliamentarians who were connected to the Muslim Brotherhood were, we felt, worth talking to,” explains the former Bush White House aide. Is this self-confessed Muslim Brotherhood collaborator planning an Egyptian-style coup here that would surely bring about a global Caliphate with its seat in Cairo? We’re just asking questions.

2. John McCain

As Rep. Bachmann has ably insinuated, State Department official Huma Abedin may be subject to control by the Muslim Brotherhood, because she’s related to and has associated with actual members of groups related to that group. Case closed — so who would an American elected off publicly defend an accused Muslim Brotherhood collaborator? Clearly only another Muslim Brotherhood collaborator. Right? If you need more proof that McCain is on the side of radical Islamists, recall how he urged arming both Qaddafi and Muslim rebels in Libya  as well as Syria. And here he is supporting a suspicious character often accused of being anti-American.  No wonder Louie Gohmert, the esteemed congressperson from Texas who humbly apologized to BP, called John McCain “numb nuts.”

3. Chris Christie

America’s angriest governor has become a YouTube sensation by shouting down teachers and other constituents. But have you ever seen him shout down a member of the Muslim Brotherhood? Nope. And while Christie lambasts real Americans with gusto, he actually kissed and embraced Mohammed Qatanani, imam of the Islamic Center of Passaic County.  Qatanani is an alleged former Hamas member, which is all we have to know. Moreover, Christie allowed a New Jersey Transit employee to be fired for tearing up a Koran. And the corpulent collaborator appointed Sohail Mohammed to the New Jersey state superior court, despite warnings from experts at the Eagle Forum that he might favor Islamic law. You’ve heard of creeping Sharia but in New Jersey it may just be bursting through the wall like the Kool-Aid guy.

4. Joe Lieberman and Susan Collins


These two United States Senators are known as “moderates.” But there’s nothing moderate about their support of the Muslimification of America, is there? (Again, we’re just asking questions.) When Florida law enforcement actively sought to quell the Muslim threat with some solid anti-Islamic training, these two Senators put their boots on the throat of local government in the form of a firmly worded letter: “We are concerned with recent reports that state and local law enforcement agencies are being trained by individuals who not only do not understand the ideology of violent Islamic extremism but also cast aspersions on a wide swath of ordinary Americans merely because of their religious affiliation.”  You know who else is worried about casting aspersions on Muslims? The Muslim Brotherhood, that’s who. We’re just saying

5. Ronald Reagan


“These gentlemen are the moral equivalents of America’s founding fathers.” Who was the late Ronald Reagan talking about in this now famous quote? The Mujahideen in Afghanistan who later became the Taliban and al Qaeda. Would the Founding Fathers put up with al Qaeda being compared with the Founding Fathers? Would they have armed these radical Islamists, as Reagan secretly did? Not if they understood the history of the last thirty years as explained by Rep. Bachmann, they certainly would not.

6. Grover Norquist


He’s been called the de facto leader of the Republican Party and even the most powerful man in the world. Why? Norquist’s “Taxpayer Protection Pledge” has been signed by 279 Republican members of Congress, enough to stop any tax from being raised one penny — even on the richest Americans, who are paying some of the lowest tax rates in a half-century. But what people don’t know about Grover Norquist is that he’s a known Muslim cohabitator. Brace yourself: Grover’s wife is Kuwaiti, a characteristic for which he stubbornly refuses to denounce her. To crusaders like World Net Daily’s Joseph Farah, these associations make him “Shariah-friendly.”

A report that Rep. Bachmann cited in her recent letters does call out  Norquist as someone who helped the Muslim Brotherhood in “its efforts to achieve information dominance over the George W. Bush administration.”  But has she gone far enough?

Think about it: Norquist’s dogmatic anti-tax pledge was behind House Republicans refusal to consider any tax increases during last year’s debt ceiling showdown. This standoff in turn led to a debt deal that requires serious defense cuts. If taxes can’t ever be raised, then further defense cuts will be inevitable. What would the Muslim Brotherhood like to see more than an America that cannot defend itself? Nefariously clever, Grover.

7. Every Republican Who Signed Norquist’s Taxpayer Pledge


Why would you sign a Sharia-friendly pledge that will inevitably weaken the United States military? Yes, maybe you’re just a numbskull. But maybe you secretly sympathetizes with a certain Islamist group that would very much like to see the demise of the United States of America.

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