Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden trashed Americans as intolerant and smeared a duly-elected President during the terror-tied Islamic Society of North America’s (ISNA) annual convention earlier this month.
ISNA, like the HAMAS-Linked Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation trial. Founded by Muslim Brotherhood members, ISNA in Canada was “stripped of their charity status” in 2018 and “fined for financing Terrorists,” as reported by RAIR’s Amy Mek.
Joe Biden shared his platform with radical antisemitic Muslims who have aligned with the militant left such as Zahra Billoo, Linda Sarsour, Yasir Qadhi and Hatem Bazian. The promotional material for the ISNA Conference could easily pass for any communist convention, complete with the commie fist and calls for “social and racial justice.”
Speaking during “Session 5A,” titled “20/20 Vision On Racism,” Biden laughably claimed that “Muslim Americans are under constant attack by President Trump and his Administration.” Further, he inartfully stated:
“Muslim communities were the first to feel President Trump’s assault on black and brown communities in this country with a vile Muslim ban.”
The tedious Biden seems to forget that Islam is not a race, and there was never a “Muslim ban.” Aside perhaps from his introduction, Biden’s entire address was an incoherent pandering fabrication.
“We’ve seen what comes from policies and rhetoric that fan the flames of hate in our country,” Biden continued. “A rise in Islamophobia, many incidences, kids being bullied in school, hate crimes on the march,” he said. Biden further declared:
“We are facing multiple crises – crises that under Donald Trump, are multiplying.”
Some of the “multiple crises” that are “multiplying,” Biden says, are:
“Covid. Economic devastation. Unwarranted police violence. Emboldened white nationalists. Long overdue national reckoning about the way our country has treated black and brown and native Americans.”
The former Vice President pandered: “I know Muslim Americans feel it too, especially black Muslims. And a declining faith in the bright American future.” Biden continues: “The common thread? An incumbent president who makes things worse, not better.”
Joe Biden made it clear that if elected, he and Vice President Kamala Harris “will work in partnership” with Muslim Americans, who he will have “serving at every level.” He assured, incoherently, “My word is a Biden.”
In July, Biden addressed the Million Muslim Voters Summit, whose goal is to “turn out one million Muslim voters for the 2020 presidential elections.” The organization is a project of Emgage, which was “founded by and is led by Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas operatives.”
At best, Biden was engaged in uniformed, severe pandering. At worst, the democratic nominee knows exactly what he is doing.