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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Russell Simmons leads "I am a Muslim too" rally

The muezzin called out Adhan, the Muslim call to prayer, through Time Square in New York City on Sunday afternoon. 

A yooge, mixed-faith crowd who apparently know very little about Islam all declared their allegiance to the religion. 

There were social activists, street vendors, who wanted to make a buck or two; organizers, who, if they're devout Muslims, are secretly laughing in their sleeves at the clueless crowd; and curious tourists, who are naive and willing to pay ten dollars for a Sunday Times and saw the protest as a bargain, and actual protesters, many of whom get paid to make trouble, were in attendance.

As far as I know, however, none in the crowd accidentally converted to Islam because they would be killed if they tried to leave the religion of peace.

"I am a Muslim, too!" the low-information group chanted at the anti-Trump rally which was  organized by former friend of President Trump, Russell Simmons. He had the help of an even dumber rabbi and an imam who knew it.

"We are here, unified, because of Donald Trump, so we won't speak too harshly of him tonight--today. We want to thank him for bringing us together," Simmons said.

Simmons was a friend of Trump and he spent many weekends at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. He even was with Trump on his first date with now-First Lady Melania Trump and Donald even wrote the forward for two of Simmons' books. What a pal.

However, when Trump first announced his candidacy for president, Simmons said he would "rather Kim Kardashian be president" than Trump. The pair haven't spoken since 2015 and now all Simmons does is speak against him.

"We are here today to show Middle America our beautiful sides," Simmons said, possibly not realizing that Trump won spectacularly in Middle America and that they are in favor of his temporary immigration halt of seven terrorist-spawning countries. "And through our beautiful actions and intentions, that they have been misled. That the seeds of hate that were small, and maybe just ignorance, cannot be watered, and that hate cannot grow."

I have no doubt that Simmons hasn't read the Qur'an or knows anything about sharia law. I have no doubt the people at the protest are just as ignorant.

Susan Sarandon, the aging actress who recently told a gay website magazine that she is willing to have sex with anyone able to turn oxygen into carbon dioxide, told the crowd that "if you are silent, you are complicit" in the "dismantling" of the Constitution and Bill of Rights.

The hypocrisy was palpable.

As Sarandon spoke of love, the crowd showed the exact opposite behavior. Protesters were yelling at cops, yelling "fascist" as they tried to control the crowd. They said the cops were "un-American" because they were "squelching" freedom of speech--much like the left does to invited conservatives who attempt to speak at colleges and other public forums only to be shouted down or a riot breaks out to prevent the dialogue.

The morons at this event had drawings of Trump as both Hitler and Mussolini, which, by doing so, minimizes the horrible injustices both of those tyrants perpetrated upon their respective countries. If Trump is Hitler, everyone is Hitler, just like it is with the race card the left constantly pulls.

One sign read: "Love Trumps Hate" and it was crossed out by the young man holding it with the words now reading: "Smash The State."

They call it love, but it's hatred and blame for the United States, and because it's the USA, they have the freedom and liberty to protest. 

They're simply too stupid to understand the irony.