Yes, it was the "US" Homeland Security Chief, not the Saudi, Syrian or Hamasshole one to which Johnson gave an "impassioned speech" over the weekend. The purpose of his words, as
The Washington Post described, was to empower ISNA's participants--as if they need his words, not the Koran's to feel empowered and justified.
Jeh Johnson, who is known to his secret friends as "Inshallah Jey," told the crowd of terror fans "Your story is the quintessential American story."
No, it isn't any kind of American story.
ISNA and the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) is the quintessential story of centuries of Islam's attempts at creating a world caliphate where the only people on earth believe that Allah is the only god and all who don't are no longer converting oxygen into carbon dioxide.
The Muslim Brotherhood is an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terror-funding trial. The Holy Land Foundation was, coincidentally (LOL) based inside the ISNA building where ISNA deposited checks into its account. Checks that were made out to the "Palestinian Mujahedeen [jihadi fighters]," the name used for the Hamasshole military wing. The money was transferred to the Holy Land Foundation.
And our very own Jeh Johnson spoke to these people.
But "Inshallah Jeh" wasn't the only speaker at the terrorist convention. This year's speakers included Jamal Badawi, founder of another MB entity, the Muslim American Society.
Badawi openly praised Hamas and preached his support of "combative jihad." His name was personally listed in a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood directory.
Another conference speaker was Nihad Awad, the founder and executive director of the Council on Islamic American Relations (CAIR), a MB entity and another unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land terror financing case. Awad has the distinction of serving on VP Al Gore's Civil Rights Advisory Panel to the White House Commission on Aviation Safety and Security, but I don't know too many Americans or Israelis who would want to fly on a plane he inspected.
To learn more about Awad, click here. But if you go to Wikipedia, you won't find out who he really is.
The Post described Johnson as the "highest-ranking U.S. official to address an ISNA conference," obviously not counting Barack Hussein Obama's 2013 address to the ISNA convention in which Obama praised the terror-linked group for its partnership with his administration. That convention had a roster of terror-linked speakers as well.
Obama doesn't just speak highly of the MB and its affiliates, he uses their input for policy formulation. That's like having a crack addict arrange the drugs in your pharmacy.
Rather than working with anti-Islamist Muslims, Obama embraces the Islamist-loving ones.
What's wrong with this picture?
Even Muslim-Americans do not choose ISNA as a group most representing their needs. In a 2011 Gallup poll, only 7% of females and 4% of males chose ISNA for that purpose. CAIR and other Islamist organizations generated similar numbers in the polls.
Obama pretends these organizations represent mainstream Muslim thought, but the good news is they don't. The good news is that Muslim-Americans are generally not looking to overthrow the American way of life, which is exactly what the MB has stated as their goal. The MB and its sister organizations want sharia governance and this goes against our Constitution and our way of life.
Islamists only work with us to use our democratic principles to implement their political goals (sharia) and this goes against our principles of free speech, freedom or religion, and all of our rights.
The Islamist ideology needs to be totally discredited and delegitimized by not allowing their high-ranking officials any voice in our government.
Perhaps once Obama is out of office this will happen, but only if Hillary Clinton does not take his place.