Rahm Emmanuel Must Have Overlooked This …

Tim Brown makes an excellent observation here — one, I’m embarrassed to say, I had completely overlooked. He points out not only some glaring, startling hypocrisy on the part of Chicago Mayor and former Obama administration hack Rahm Emmanuel; but really weird hypocrisy, as well.

Once again, the Christians get trashed with impunity for their supposedly offensive, close-minded standards; the black “Islamists” who, in this narrow case, agree with those same standards? They have a parade thrown for them.

As I pointed out yesterday, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel wants to ban Chick-Fil-A in Chicago because of their biblical stance on marriage, while at the same time welcoming the racist Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan to the city to help with crime control. Remember how I pointed out the hypocrisy of Emanuel and Alderman Joe Moreno over their “disrespect” and “intolerant” statements about Chick-fil-A? Well, their hypocrisy is even more evident, because Louis Farrakhan, at least on the issue of homosexuality and homosexual “marriage: agrees with Chick-Fil-A.

The Austin Times reported back in May,

The fiery Nation of Islam leader began by utilizing stories from both the Koran and the Bible to illustrate God’s views on same-sex attraction. He also made it overtly clear that, though he disagrees with the homosexual lifestyle, he isn’t afraid of gays and lesbians. In addition to attempting to convince the audience that homosexuality is sinful in nature, Farrakhan seemed particularly irritated that critics would label him a homophobe […]

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