VIDEO: Congresswoman Stands Up For Sharia Law And Actually Gets This Disgusting Response
Sharia Law, the most restrictive and destructive laws in modern history, have some unusual supporters in America. The US Herald reported on the first lady's ritzy jewelry, that cost over $70,000, which came from the Sharia law loving Queen of the country of Brunei. However, lefty loony Maxine Waters has chosen to take it a step further.
According to Rep. Waters, in 2012, House Republicans were attacking the Islam as a security threat to the U.S. Of course, anyone that has not lived under a rock or rather anyone alive, has extremism, terrorism, and violence from only one religion since 2001. To be historically accurate, potentially, since the 1990s.
Regardless, Rep. Waters made a speech during this time in which she made a case for Sharia law, Breitbart News reported. As disturbed as that may sound, that is what happened. Though, the speech is roughly eight minutes long, one juicy morsel was prepared by Freedom Outpost.
"Over the last year, and due to the focus of House Republicans on so-called 'Muslim radicalization,' we have seen politicians and pundits attacking the Islamic faith as a security threat to the United States. Across the country, these people are exploiting fear and trying to convince state legislatures that the state adoption of Sharia tenants is the strategy extremists are using to transform the United States into an Islamic country."
For those of you unfamiliar with what is covered under this wonderful "tenet" that states should be allowed to adopt, according to Waters, and the thing that mean Republicans have sought to criminalize in America. Besides, not allowing Muslims to eat pork or drink alcohol, puts harsh charges against you for leaving the faith, and Pre-marital sex, it also allows them to cut your hands off for using a banned cell phone.
Perhaps, before lobbing sharp rhetoric at her political opponents, she might want to read up on what she is defending. Granted, it was apparently before an Islamic Society of Orange County meeting in her state.
So, Sharia law for votes, is the Maxine Waters way? Well, she is known for saying some 'darndest' things, so this should not surprise anyone.