Democrat candidate Ammar Campa-Najjar, an Arab Hispanic Muslim, is running as a 2018 primary candidate for California’s 50th Congressional District to unseat former Marine Republican Congressman Duncan Hunter. Campa-Najjar is the grandson of one of the architects of the Palestinian Liberation Organization’s terrorist attack that resulted in the slaughter of 11 Israeli athletes and coaches at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich.
PJ Media The Muslim Democrat alleges he does not share his grandfather’s political beliefs and hatred for Jews (But we all know how adept Muslims are at lying – “taqiyya”).
“They’re all gone.” For millions of people who recall the slaughter unleashed by Palestinian Muslim terrorists at the 1972 Olympics in Munich, those words are indelible. They were spoken by ABC’s Jim Mckay—the man behind the famous “thrill of victory, agony of defeat” introduction to the network’s long-running show, Wide World of Sports—when he learned that 11 Israeli athletes and coaches taken hostage by Islamic terrorists from the group Black September had been murdered.
The Israelis — athletes and coaches — were brutally beaten during the 20 hours that they were held by members of the Muslim terror group Black September and some were even castrated, according to The New York Times reported.
Ammar Campa-Najjar, a gun-grabber from the word go, utterly dedicated to a woman’s right to murder the fruit of her womb, and celebrates the full range of possible psycho-sexual unions, including, generously, the one likely to bear such fruit. He favors Medicare for all without a hint of how to pay for it, and he demands the total abolition of any meaningful border between California and the drug cartels.
Born and raised in San Diego, Campa-Najjar had a fairly conventional upbringing — if you consider a four-year sojourn in Gaza (Hamas) part of a normal childhood.
Campa-Najjar wants to run against the rock-solid conservative (ACU rating: 97%) Republican Duncan Hunter. Hunter seems to have little to worry about: He carried the district with 63.5% of the vote in the last election, though that is a decline from the previous election, which he won by a handy 71%. In terms of money, Hunter has a big edge: his war chest is over $400,000, as opposed to Campa-Najjar’s $34,000.
In 2012, Campa-Najjar was an Obama campaign deputy regional director. After Obama’s victory, Campa-Najjar was rewarded by Obama’s Labor Department: he was chosen to serve as head of the Office of Public Affairs of the Employment and Training Administration. Unable to afford the move to Washington, he instead worked with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in communications and marketing.
Raised in the shadow of terrorist Muhammad Yussuf Najjar, Ammar Campa-Najjar says that he rejects his grandfather’s terrorism (because today’s Islamic terrorism is much more sophisticated?) He has forged ties with the farther than far leftist Jewish community. But the Jewish Telegraphic Agency only cites the praise of two rabbis, who are anonymously quoted.
And Campa-Najjar’s stated commitment to the Bernie Sanders “Our Revolution” agenda sure calls into question his actual level of support for the security needs of Israel, our only reliable ally in the Middle East.
The would-be president castigated Israel for an ostensibly “indiscriminate” war on Gaza in the summer of 2014, and, while admitting that he didn’t really know the facts, asserted, twice, that Israel killed over 10,000 innocent civilians in the course of that conflict. … That’s seven times the self-serving figure asserted by Hamas.
To quote Campa-Najjar himself: “California 50 deserves better.”