This November is going to be quite interesting in California. If it isn’t the Democrat Muslim grandson of a Muslim Terrorist that helped in the kidnapping and executing of 11 Israeli Olympic team members facing off with do nothing Rep. Darrell Issa, then it’s going to be Communist Nancy Pelosi, current Speaker of the House versus a Socialist Muslim Pakistani attorney for Congress.
That’s right, California is being fed the dog bowls and one of those consists of Pelosi or a Muslim.
The race in the 12th district of California in the general election will witness Shahid Buttar, a Pakistani Muslim lawyer, and current Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.
Granted, Buttar came in second during the primaries with just 12.7% of the vote while Pelosi took 72.5%.
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Like Ammar Campa-Najjar, who says he will be President Donald Trump’s worst nightmare, Buttar has claimed that speech shredding Pelosi is just “too soft” on Trump.
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Buttar described himself like this on the San Francisco Chronicle’s “It’s All Political” podcast as “If you were able to remix Bernie Sanders, the ACLU and the movement for Black Lives, I’d be what you’d get.”
Sounds pretty authoritarian to me, don’t you think?
Buttar is also a rapper, the son of Pakistani immigrant parents.
According to the SF Chronicle:
Buttar said his first goal is to convince voters that Pelosi’s resistance to the Trump administration is “theatrical” and that the speaker is “actively emboldening the Trump administration.”
Buttar knows his candidacy is a long shot, and not just because he finished 60 points behind Pelosi in the primary when he ran against her last year. Pelosi’s approval ratings ticked up after Democrats took the House and she outmaneuvered Trump on the partial government shutdown over the president’s border-wall-funding proposal. She remains the Democratic Party’s champion fundraiser and would have a bottomless money well if she ever faced a tough challenge.
It seemed that Pelosi’s renaissance was complete when she snagged a spot on a Rolling Stone magazine cover last month headlined, “Women Shaping the Future” — with Ocasio-Cortez.
But it’s Ocasio-Cortez’s stunning upset last year of 10-term New York Rep. Joe Crowley — the No. 4-ranked House Democrat — that gives Buttar “glimmers of hope” that a demographic “earthquake” is about to take out the 79-year-old Pelosi’s generation of political leaders.
“The magnitude of the earthquake isn’t clear, and it has barely gotten started. But clearly what we are witnessing ultimately is generational change,” Buttar said.
“The way I’m going to win this seat is simply by surfing demographic shifts as the Boomers are no longer the majority of the election system and the Millennials, who got shafted (during the recession), are going to put us in office.”
IndiaWest reported on Buttar’s comments regarding Pelosi:
In taking on Pelosi – whose fame has skyrocketed since the Democratic Party took control of the House following the 2018 election – Buttar is not disillusioned about the challenge ahead of him.
“I have no illusions about the enormity of the task before us,” he stressed to India-West. “But this is a moment in our history when we must all step forward and do whatever necessary to protect our vulnerable neighbors, working families and future generations.”
Since graduating from Stanford, Buttar has gone on to file a marriage equality case in New York; join the American Constitution Society (2005); launched a new program for Muslim advocates (2008); led a Bill of Rights defense committee (2010); and launched a program for the foundation he currently works for (2015).
The hard-working congressional candidate says that Pelosi, on the flipside, has seen everything come easy.
“Pelosi was born with a silver spoon in her mouth, a daughter of a political family who went on to amass immense wealth and build a political dynasty on the backs of the working San Franciscans whose interests she has abandoned during her career inside the beltway,” he said of the incumbent, who has held office since 1987.
“In contrast, I was born to immigrants in the U.K., became an immigrant myself to the U.S., and struggled through our family losing our home and not having money to pay for college, long before offering to represent my neighbors in Washington,” he added.
He’s also a big supporter of the sodomite community. No surprise there.
“San Francisco is a unique place. We are a Mecca for LGBTQ communities, a home of the peace and justice movement, the original site of Burning Man, and a national hub of the movement for climate justice,” he pointed out to India-West. “We are also the home of a substantial and diverse immigrant population, drawn from Latin America, Asia, Europe, and Africa. I’m proud to stand in solidarity with each of these communities, and each of those countercultures.”
He also claims he will be a resistance to President Trump.
On his website, he writes:
“Especially under this maniacal president, San Francisco needs a representative in Washington for whom “resistance” is more than just a hashtag. It’s been a way of life for me for two decades, and I know that together, we can do better.”
The problem is not that he resists Trump, but that he does not do so constitutionally. If he didn’t support such crimes as sodomy and promote such agendas that cripple the US like the New Green Deal and other socialist agendas, as well as playing the victim due to his ethnicity, one might actually think he might be a better candidate than Pelosi.
However, considering that both of them are anti-Constitutionalists, neither should be voted for in the general election.
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