HEY CNN: You’re Looking For Race-Based Hate Crimes … Does THIS One Count?

Or will we hear crickets because it doesn’t ‘fit the narrative’?

The Left are looking for Racial Supremacists behind every bush.

Maybe their search criteria are too narrow. Because the only one they seem interested in are the WHITE Supremacists.

They have worked REALLY hard to tag Trump’s inner circle with that label. Which is weird, considering that it’s not just BLACK people the KKK has a problem with, they also REALLY don’t like Jewish people.

Considering the connections both within Trump’s own family, and Bannon (the chief Boogeyman in this narrative) with Jewish people in both family and business, this is beyond stupid.

Exhibit A:

trump-bibi

But do you know there is ONE group that really has an axe to grind with Israel.

In fact, Jewish people came up in a Semon preached right here in North America.

Here is the text that went with the video.

On March 20, 2017, B’nai Brith Canada filed a complaint with Montreal police regarding a sermon made by Sheikh Muhammad bin Musa Al Nasr at the Dar al-Arqam mosque in Montreal. In the sermon, recited on Dec. 23, 2016, he described Jews as “the most evil of mankind” and “human demons,” and quoted a passage from the hadith that calls for killing Jews.

If you agree that this is actionable hate speech, and that Canada must begin to take threats directed at the Jewish community seriously, please sign our petition at www.bnaibrith.ca/hate_crimes_canada

If this was preached at, say, Westboro Baptist, you can BET it would be front-page news.

But what has Canada done? They passed a law making ‘Islamophobia’ (not legally defined, by the way) illegal.

Seem like a double-standard?

You bet. But it’s one they’re getting away with.

We asked in a poll once, whether we should monitor mosques.

After seeing this, maybe we should ask that question again.

Share if this is a problem that needs to be taken seriously.

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