The irony of Senate Resolution 118 is something you just can’t make up. After the US Senate has been involved in helping fund the murder of millions of babies in the US and supported sodomy both in the culture and in the armed forces, they are now putting forward a resolution that claims to condemn “hate and evil in all forms.” The problem is that they don’t condemn hate or evil in all forms, they embrace it.
Yes, it’s another ridiculous “hate crimes” piece of paper to mold your thinking into accepting the abomination and doctrines of demons known as Islam.
The resolution has four co-sponsors, Senators Susan Collins (R-ME), Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) and Marco Rubio (R-FL).
The resolution states that the US Senate stands “Condemning hate crime and any other form of racism, religious or ethnic bias, discrimination, incitement to violence, or animus targeting a minority in the United States.”
The resolution cites several instances of alleged “hate crimes” against both Muslims and Jews from 2015 to 2015.
“Whereas, in 2015, hate crimes targeting Muslims in the United States increased by 67 percent, reaching a level of violence targeting Muslim Americans that the United States had not experienced since the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, attacks, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation,” the resolution reads.
The resolution makes mention of several mosques and Islamic centers that have been burned, but fails to make mention of the fact that a number of those fires were started by Muslims trying to pin crimes on non-Muslims.
It then cites President Donald Trump’s joint session of Congress speech on February 28, 2017, in which he said, “We are a country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all of its very ugly forms.”
As a result of what was written, these Senators then state the following:
Now, therefore, be it that the Senate—
(1)affirms that the United States stands united in condemning hate and evil in all forms; (2)rejects hate-motivated crime as an attack on the fabric of the society of the United States and the ideals of pluralism and respect; (3)condemns hate crime and any other form of racism, religious or ethnic bias, discrimination, incitement to violence, or animus targeting a minority in the United States; (4)encourages the Department of Justice and other Federal agencies— (A)to expeditiously investigate all credible reports of hate crimes and incidents and threats against minorities in the United States; and (B)to hold the perpetrators of those crimes, incidents, or threats accountable and bring the perpetrators to justice;
(5)encourages the Department of Justice and other Federal agencies—
(A)to work to improve the reporting of hate crimes; and (B)to emphasize the importance of the agencies’ collection and reporting of data pursuant to Federal law; (6)encourages the development of an interagency task force led by the Attorney General to collaborate on the development of effective strategies and efforts to detect and deter hate crime in order to protect minority communities; and
(7)calls on the executive branch—
(A)to continue to offer Federal assistance that may be available for victims of hate crimes; and (B)to continue to carry out safety and preparedness programs for religious institutions, places of worship, and other institutions that have been targeted because of the affiliation of the institutions with any particular religious, racial, or ethnic minority in the United States.
First, as I’ve stated over and over again, there is not need for legislation that cites “hate crime.” All crime is born out of hate, not love. If you burn someone’s property or attack them for no reason, it’s because you hate them, not because you love them. So, it’s ridiculous.
However, what the Senate doesn’t tell you is who is behind the drafting of the resolution.
According to Creeping Sharia, “The resolution was drafted by a Muslim organization, EmgageUSA (formerly EmergeUSA) and the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC).”
Muslims across America praised the senators for their “hard work.” Emgage USA produced the following statement with regards to the resolution.
“Thanks to the hard work of Senator Marco Rubio, Senator Dianne Feinstein, Senator Susan Collins and Senator Kamala Harris we have achieved the approval of Senate Resolution 118, an anti-hate crimes bill drafted by Emerge-USA. It is days like this that Americans are reminded of this country’s founding principles: equal opportunity, freedom, justice. We are proud to help support the protection of these rights #amoreperfectunion #theamericandream.”
Now, in case you are not familiar with EmgageUSA, their leader Khurrum Wahid is on the terror watch list because of his work with al-Qaeda and defending Omar Ahmed Abu Ali. Ali plotted to assassinate President George W. Bush and received 30 years in prison for it.
I’m not really surprised that any of these senators are involved in this un-American resolution. However, it doesn’t end in the Senate. The House has also put forth a resolution (HR 257), which basically says the same thing.
This is nothing more than pushing for thought police because it will not end with just whoever commits a crime, but if you speak out against Islam, then you are in trouble. Make no mistake, this is merely a prelude to infringe on people’s right to free speech.
All this is coming from representatives who claim to condemn hate and evil in all its forms, but support the very evil they are seeking to protect in Islam, abortion, and sodomy. Go figure!