CAIR Teams Up With Black Lives Matter Movement

CAIR Teams Up With Black Lives Matter Movement

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) has teamed up with the Black Lives Matter movement.

Breitbart reported, CAIR leaders and members joined Black Lives Matter in a march on the California State Capitol in Sacramento on Wednesday by the hundreds, calling on Gov. Jerry Brown to sign a new bill on racial profiling.

AB 952, the bill that they demanded state legislators to pass, would require police officers to report the “perceived race or ethnicity, gender, and approximate age of the person” they stop in traffic. 

CAIR’s true feelings toward American law enforcement are being revealed by supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, which has contributed to inciting violence and hatred against police officers across the nation.

CAIR claims it supports “the Founding Fathers’ tradition of working for checks on overly-broad law enforcement efforts.”

But Black Lives Matter targets ordinary, constitutionally-protected police activity, and its activists have called for violence against police.

CAIR is an organization that has been labeled a terrorist group by the United Arab Emirates for their connection to HAMAS and the Muslim Brotherhood.

Their leadership has often been tied to terrorism:

Randall Todd Royer, who served as a communications expert and civil rights director, spent 20 years in prison for helping jihadists get to Pakistan for terrorist training.

Bassem Khafagi, the former community affairs director for CAIR, was deported due to ties to terrorism financiers, visa fraud, and bank fraud.

Imam Siraj Wahaj previously served on the national board of CAIR and was also a co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

Despite the dubious merits of the bill, the thought of what these two organizations can do together should send a shiver up the spine of anyone who cares about the future of America. 

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