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This story didn't even make it to the right-of-center Fox News, yet its significance is breathtaking.
According to a WikiLeaks dump of John Podesta's emails, the Obama administration kept a list of Muslim candidates for jobs in the administration. Podesta is Chairman of the Clinton's presidential campaign and was also a former chief of staff for Bill Clinton.
An aide wrote to John Podesta: "High-profile Muslim Americans tend to be the subject of a fair amount of blogger criticism, and so the individuals on this list would need to be ESPECIALLY carefully vetted."
As it turned out, many high-profile Muslims were not carefully vetted and still worked for the Obama administration.
Mohamed Elibiary is a prime example of the failed vetting process. He believes that the United States is an Islamic country and will be part of the caliphate. Elibiary was a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council and there were doubts about his true allegiances years before his appointment.
Elibiary's Twitter profile had the pro-Muslim Brotherhood hand signal "R4BIA" or Rabaa, and Rabbi'ah, sometimes known as Rab3a, which is a common hand gesture and a sign that appeared in late August 2013 in social media and protest marches in Egypt and used to show allegiance to the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
Elibiary was also a speaker at a December 2004 conference in Dallas titled: "A Tribute to the Great Islamic Visionary." It was all about the visionary, and founding father of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Ayatollah Khomeini.
The Obama administration was obviously okay with that little tidbit.
The Podesta email chain indicated that from 2008, he received lists of exclusively Muslims and Asians to be considered for jobs in the Obama administration, and it further revealed that in the process, Christians from the Middle East were purposefully excluded, or put on a separate list and an aide writing:
"In the candidates for top jobs, I excluded those with some Arab American background but who are not Muslim (e.g., George Mitchell). Many Lebanese Americans, for example, are Christian. In the last list (of outside boards/commissions), most who are listed appear to be Muslim American, except that a handful (where noted) may be Arab American but of uncertain religion (esp. Christian).
"Also notable, there was concern that some of the Muslims suggested would not survive media scrutiny, with one aide writing, "High-profile Muslim Americans tend to be the subject of a fair amount of blogger criticism, and so the individuals on this list would need to be ESPECIALLY carefully vetted.
"I suspect some of the people I list would not survive such a vet--but I do personally know, at least in part, virtually all of the candidates in the 1st two categories (but I know very few of those listed for outside boards/commissions."The lists themselves had a breakdown of candidates with each labeled by their nationality and sometimes race, which depicts the Obama administration's pattern of using race and religion to determine hiring showing some potential appointees labeled with an "F" for female, "B" for black, "H" for Hispanic (definitely not Hebrew) and "M" for Muslim.
In the best of worlds, all potential candidates for any job would be chosen with absolutely no attention paid to religion and race. But in today's world, governments are pressured to show the public a diverse staff that represents the population they represent.
So, in an ideal world, Muslims would be represented in the USA according to their population percentage which is roughly 1 percent. And to take it one step further, 3.8 percent of the American population self-identifies as gay/lesbian, bisexual, or transgender but are represented in the entertainment media by highly overrepresented numbers, proving the enormous power of the left.