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Texas police double as Mahmoudberg’s militia / Pam Geller/ WND

In an alarming case that involves a scenario where it appears the weasels have been appointed to be guardians of the hen house, Texas police double as Mahmoudberg’s militia.

People Power Against the Department of Justice

In a clear violation of the First Amendment, U.S. Attorney of the Eastern District of Tennessee Bill Killian tried to explain how criticism of Islam on the internet could lead to prosecution by the United States government. Killian and Kenneth Moore, special FBI agent in charge of the Eastern District of Tennessee, unwittingly admitted that the United States government is protecting Islam against scrutiny and criticism, and thus they implicitly endorsed Islam as the official religion of the United States of America. If one actually believes and follows the the Holy Word spoken by Jesus Christ, and shares it with someone, this will convey to that person that the teachings of Islam are heresy. For a government official to say criticism of Islam could result in prosecution is in itself, persecution of Christians. Such rhetoric is not surprising in the Islamic regime of Barack Hussein Obama.


By: Cliff Kincaid  –  Accuracy in Media 

The Department of Justice (DOJ) and its allies, the Council on American Islamic Relations and the Southern Poverty Law Center, are on the defensive after thousands of people turned out in Tennessee on Tuesday night to protest a scheme to censor criticism of Islam.

The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), a key component of a network of Muslim Brotherhood organizations in the U.S., called the turnout a “mob” and praised the Obama/Holder Justice Department for standing up to local residents.

CAIR said “a large group of protesters heckled and interrupted speeches by Bill Killian, U.S. Attorney of the Eastern District of Tennessee, and by Kenneth Moore, FBI special agent in charge of the Eastern Tennessee District.”

In fact, the DOJ had provoked the reaction by announcing beforehand that people using the Internet to criticize Muslims might be prosecuted for civil rights…

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