NEVER HIRE A MUSLIM Reason #196: Designated terrorist group CAIR sues UPS for firing Muslim workers for breaking the rules

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Comment by Jim Campbell

February 19, 2019

The allegations in the article below seem a bit far-fetched.

When CAIR is involved pushing a case Muslim whiners crawl out of the walls to join the cause in the hopes of getting something for nothing.

I can’t really see this happening by the company who provides ugly brown trucks.

If I were a businessman with my own company I would never hire a Muslim for exactly this reason.

Muslims do cry !

by BareNakedIslam

MINNESOTA: UPS fired nine (Somali) Muslim employees after they demanded time off for prayers several different times throughout the day during working hours.

A lawsuit was filed by the Council on American-Islamic Relations on behalf of nine Muslim workers against a Minnesota UPS branch after the employees were reportedly fired for needing to pray during the workday.(Source)

The lawsuit alleged the Atlanta-based company, as well as the…

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Leading Democrats Now Hinting They Won’t Accept The Mueller Report If It Finds No Collusion.

Yet another Banana Republic moment for the Democrat Party. As the Mueller investigation winds down and various leaks from that investigation suggesting it will fall far short of doing any kind of significant damage to President Trump, leading Democrats are now declaring they will likely ignore the Mueller conclusions and continue spending yet more taxpayer dollars to harass and attack the president. Shame on anyone who supports this version of the modern Democrat party.



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Crime and Punishment for the Deep State

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By Brian C. Joondeph

Crime and Punishment, by Fyodor Dostoevsky, published in 1866, explored the theme of morally justifying crime for its greater good and benefit to society. Fast forward 150 years from Russia to the American political deep state, where similar righteous themes are playing out.

Former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, in May 2017, was in the middle of a Deep State coup to try to remove President Donald Trump from office using the 25th Amendment. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was also part of the plan, allegedly offering to “wear a wire” to record the lunatic rantings of President Trump to use as justification to nullify the results of the recent presidential election. The latest is that two more Trump cabinet members may (or may not) have signed on to the coup.

Someone from the New York Times might call this patriotism, acting out of a higher moral calling to stop someone unfit and unsuited to be president, an outsider not from the establishment club. As Trump once said of himself during the campaign, he was an “existential threat” to the deep state establishment. “Our movement is about replacing a failed and corrupt establishment with a new government controlled by you the American people.” A clear and present threat to the Deep State.

Others will call McCabe’s actions a coup, a treasonous attempt to subvert an election. Then having failed, ramped-up effort to remove a duly elected president from office, either by impeachment or by considering invoking the 25th Amendment.

Former FBI Director James Comey, an integral part of this coup attempt, wrote a book entitled Higher Calling: Truth, Lies, and Leadership, a title justifying his transgressions for the so-called greater good to society. His greater good was suppressing justice when it suited him and his establishment peers by ignoring or suppressing the legitimate investigation into Hillary Clinton’s illegal handling of classified email.  This evolved into subverting justice by initiating a FISA warrant and spying — first on a presidential candidate, then president — based on unverified political opposition research presented to a FISA court as verified intelligence.

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Stephen Miller: “If The President Can’t Defend This Country, Then He Cannot Fulfill His Constitutional Oath of Office.”


On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox News Sunday,” White House senior adviser Stephen Miller defended Trump’s national emergency decision. In his defense of the president, he described former President George W. Bush’s record on immigration as an “astonishing betrayal.” Miller’s arguments  illuminate the heroic task that our president has undertaken. Don’t miss it.