IslamoNazi Linda Sarsour, the Democratic Party’s flavor of the month, gained legitimacy when Barack Obama invited her to the White House for some face time with the Dear Leader.
She has been all over the place ever since, leading the so-called resistance against President Trump: accusing him of being a white supremacist and an Islamophobe, and, I assume, of having cooties.
In a sane world, Sarsour would be recognized for what she is: a sharia-yearning IslamoNazi who seeks to undermine the foundations of western civilization.
Unfortunately, we do not live in a sane political environment. The Democratic Party has chosen to align itself with the most extreme elements of leftism: the Occupy movement, an anti-free enterprise mob of socialists, communists and pathetic malcontents; Black Lives Matter, a hate group whose members clamor for the assassination of police officers; Antifa, a lynch mob of German origin whose members — hooded fascists — destroy billions of dollars’ worth of property; and, of course, the myriad Islamist groups that seek to kill Jews and Christians under the guise of human rights — all funded by George Soros or Saudi Arabia.
IslamoNazis correctly identified the Democratic Party as ripe for their particular form of Trojan Horse-style subversion as far back as 1968, when, during the march on Washington in protest against the war in Vietnam, a small but vocal group waved the so-called Palestinian flag that had been dreamed up by the Kremlin. The Democratic Party has been a home for Jew-hating IslamoNazis ever since.
The Democratic Party fancies itself a resistance movement against President Trump — “resistance” as in resistance to the Nazis during World War II.
But Linda Sarsour wants to rebrand this resistance as jihad.
Naturally, there was some pretty strenuous backlash. Ordinary Americans do not identify at all with the concept of jihad, which invokes — not surprisingly — the attacks of 9-11, beheadings, Jew- and Christian-hating mobs, and gay men flung from rooftops. Jihad brings to mind rape, murder, torture, slavery, genocide, and every violent depravity the Muslim world has used in its conquests since the seventh century.
Sarsour protests that she did not call for violence — oh, no, of course not. (I think the lady doth protest too much.) The word jihad, she tells us, also means personal struggle. That’s great, Linda. I’m all for it.
Except that what she means is “struggle” as in Mein Kampf — which translates, in English, to “My Struggle.” Talk about truth in advertising.
Resistance, jihad, Mein Kampf. It’s all the same: a refusal to accept the outcome of a legitimate election. In short, fascism.
Welcome to the postmodern Democratic Party.