KOMMONSENTSJANE – BROTHERHOOD AND GOP

It looks like the Republican Party has a member by the name of Mohamed Elibiary , who left his position as a senior advisor with the Department of Homeland Security and is a stalwart supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, knocking at their door wanting to come in and advise the party.  He said he left his position so he can focus on “reforming” the conservative movement ahead of the 2016 presidential election.  When asked for further explanation on how he hopes to reform conservatives politics, he declined and jumped on the “Islamophobia” band wagon.   

Under the Obama Administration, he served on the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) advisory committee for five years.  He also served on the DHS countering violent extremism working group and the DHS faith-based security and communications advisory committee.  Elibiary is a long-time Texas Republican Party official and was a delegate for Senator John McCain in 2008.  He continues to identify himself as a conservative Republican and argues that he can help the party’s electoral prospects by moving its foreign policy in a pro-Islamist direction.  Elibiary is known for  his almost daily advocacy for the Muslim Brotherhood on Twitter.  For the full resume’ of Elibiary you can follow-up on Google.  As the old saying, goes, “you can’t pick your relatives but you sure can pick your friends.”  Sure would love to know how many Muslim Brotherhood members we have in the Republican party.   The Democrats have a barrel full because they all showed  up at their convention and voiced their vote loud and clear about not having “God” in their platform.  With their ideology, should they have a place in the U.S. government?

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