Forced to abandon their dream of a far-left, Muslim-pandering Bernie Sanders presidency, Muslims have shifted their focus to Joe Biden – who recently hired an Islamic supremacist for his campaign.
Creeping Sharia Joe Biden will address the nation’s largest Muslim American PAC on Monday, as the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee continues to reach out to groups he didn’t court during the primary.
Emgage Action, the political arm of a 14-year-old Muslim outreach organization, will host Biden at its Million Muslim Votes Summit, held online. The conference comes 11 months after just two then-Democratic presidential candidates, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and former HUD secretary Julián Castro, attended the Islamic Society of North America’s convention. Emgage had criticized the two dozen Democrats, like Biden, who found somewhere else to be.
FYI: Muslims have been front and center at Antifa and BLM riots for nearly two months, with terror-linked CAIR admitting they are “regulating” the violent rioters in at least one city.
Clarion Project Joe Biden said he was “honored” to receive an endorsement from Emgage, a Muslim political action committee that recently partnered with a Muslim Brotherhood front group.
Similar to how radical Left-wing members of the Democrat party have been able to sway mainstream Dems away from their previous centrist ideologies, this radical Islamic organization is putting their stakes down in the party by endorsing Biden.
The first words out of Biden’s teleprompter at the online Million Muslim Votes Summit were: ” I wish we taught more in our schools about the Islamic faith.”
Last summer, Emgage – a group backed by George Soros — joined forces with the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) by hosting a presidential forum at ISNA’s convention in Houston in August 2019.
The U.S. Justice Department lists ISNA as an “entity” of the Muslim Brotherhood, a radical and often violent arm of the Islamist global political project. The Brotherhood’s goal is a worldwide caliphate with all of humanity living under sharia law. ISNA shares that goal.
The Trump administration is currently considering designating the Brotherhood as a domestic terrorist organization.
Speakers at the ISNA conference included an array of radical Islamists, including:
the executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Nihad Awad
the chairman of American Muslims for Palestine and founder of Students for Justice in Palestine (essentially Hamas’ campus wing), Hatem Bazian
the executive director of the Northern California chapter of CAIR, Zahra Billoo, who has praised Hezbollah and offered sympathy to Hamas, questioned whether fallen U.S. soldiers should be honored on Memorial Day and promotes the anti-Semitic hate preacher Louis Farrakhan
Sharia-apologist and anti-Israel activist Linda Sarsour
Founder and president of Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research Omar Suleiman, who has a long history of siding with Hamas, praising terrorists, pushing anti-Semitic tropes and making homophobic and sexist remarks
Radical preacher Siraj Wahhaj, who served as a character witness for the “Blind Sheikh,” Omar Abdel-Rahman, who was found guilty of masterminding terrorist plots against the United States and for his role in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Wahhaj has advocated for armed jihad in the streets for the benefit of Islam.
BELOW: More about Emgage’s terrorist ties
The founder and chairman of Engage, Khurrum Wahid, is primarily known for defending Islamist terrorists charged by the U.S. government. Wahid has defended:
Rafiq Sabir, who was convicted for conspiring with al-Qaeda
Hafiz Kahn, who was convicted of conspiracy and providing material support to Taliban terrorists
Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, who was convicted for joining al-Qaeda and plotting to assassinate former President George W. Bush
Emgage has also partnered with CAIR, another Muslim Brotherhood-linked organization which has a history of supporting Hamas.
One of Emgage’s leaders joked about blowing up a school that contained “white people.”
Emgage founder and board member is a lawyer for some of the world’s most notorious Muslim terrorists, via More on Emgage:
Emgage was founded in 2006 by Khurrum Wahid, a defense attorney for many of the world’s most notorious terrorists and former lawyer for the Hamas-related Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). According to the Miami New Times, Wahid, himself, was placed on a federal terrorist watch list, in 2011.
Both CAIR and Islamic Relief, a group that has been banned in a number of countries, are listed as ‘Partners’ on Emgage’s most recent annual report. Emgage is a member organization of the South Florida Muslim Federation (SoFlo Muslims), a terrorist umbrella group for South Florida’s various radical Muslim outfits, and Emgage holds events at terror-related mosques.