This latest controversy best illustrates how the left/Islamic machine steamrolls over and destroys any and all people in their path to further impose the brutal mores of Islamic law. The end game is control. A small local politician made a commonsensical remark on Facebook after a newly-elected antisemitic jihad supporter called for a coup against the President of the United States shrieking, “impeach the m*therfucker.” Terror-tied Islamic groups like CAIR and their running dogs in the mainstream media goosestep in lockstep chanting for her head.
And thus the myth of the “islamophobia” is fed. Not only fed but the South Florida Sun Sentinel is boasting that they “broke the story” before it “went national.” It “went national” because “islamophobia” is a myth, so the leftwing lapdogs blow up anything that they believe can frame as “anti-Muslim.” Anyone who opposes jihad and Jew-hatred is “anti-Muslim.”
These ugly totalitarians are calling for Lima-Taub’s removal and urging their antisemitic members to protest her at the next Hallandale Commissioners meeting. GO and support this woman:
Date: January 30, 2019
Time: 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: Commission Chambers
Address: 400 S. Federal Highway
Hallandale Beach, FL33009
Hallandale Beach Commissioner Anabelle Lima-Taub took issue with infamous Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib’s obscene and treasonous declaration to President Trump, “impeach the m*therf*cker.” Lima Taub remarked on her Facebook page that Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib was a Hamas-loving anti-Semite (which is true) who might “blow up Capitol Hill” (she certainly supports groups that would). And thus “sparked a political firestorm nationwide.”That is all it took to set off the hair-trigger leftwing/Islamic machine.
When devout Muslims plotted to behead me in an Islamic State plot on American soil it did not “spark a political firestorm nationwide.” When it became clear there was no Russia collusion and Democrat party was guilty of an attempted coup, it did not “spark a political firestorm nationwide.” When terror supporter Linda Sarsour called for a jihad against President Trump, it did not “spark a political firestorm nationwide.” When heads of the Democrat party stood on stage with avowed racist and vile Jew-hater Louis Farrakhan, it did not “spark a political firestorm nationwide.” Nor did it when long-suppressed photos of Farrakhan and President Obama.
The @Independent continues to promote and support jihad terror and Jewish genocide and smearing, defaming, and libeling freedom loving people who oppose religious bigotry, slaughter, Jew-hatred and annihilationism.
Enough already. #StopNaziJournalismhttps://t.co/WQKuYYCMA3
— Pamela Geller (@PamelaGeller) January 17, 2019
What has not “gone national” is a petition to remove jihad Tlaib has garnered 256,540 signatures so far.
Jihad abetter Rashida Tlaib stood in support of Rasmea Odeh, a Muslim terrorist who had played a central role in a deadly terrorist bombing in Jerusalem and had committed felonious immigration fraud in the U.S. years later. Tlaib shares sharia promoter, terror-tied Linda Sarsour’s poisonous antisemtism, sharing Sarsour’s Facebook posts expressing support for teen terrorist Ahed Tamimi who attacked an IDF soldier and proclaimed that “everyone must” attack Israeli Jews by means of “stabbings, martyrdom-seeking operations [i.e. suicide bombings], throwing stones.”
In a November 2017 tweet, Tlaib criticized U.S. Senator Kamala Harris for having met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss cooperation between California and Israel on water management, agriculture, and cyber-security issues. (More at Discover the Networks)
HALLANDALE BRACES FOR PROTESTS AFTER COMMISSIONER’S ANTI-MUSLIM RANT
Hallandale Beach Anabelle Lima-Taub is in the hot seat after posting an anti-Muslim rant that went viral. (Carline Jean/South Florida Sun Sentinel file)
By: Susannah Bryan, South Florida Sun Sentinel, January 20, 2018:
She sparked a political firestorm nationwide after accusing Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib of being a Hamas-loving anti-Semite who might “blow up Capitol Hill.”
Hallandale Beach Commissioner Anabelle Lima-Taub has been called un-American and worse by critics who have flooded City Hall to condemn what some are calling a bigoted Facebook post she made on Jan. 8, five days after Tlaib, a Muslim and Palestinian-American, was sworn into office.
Lima-Taub’s post went viral. And the story, first reported by the South Florida Sun Sentinel, went national.
Now Hallandale Beach commissioners are bracing for protests from both sides at their next meeting on Wednesday.
“We are stepping up security,” Police Chief Sonia Quinones said Sunday. “Our role is to keep the peace [and] to keep everyone safe.”
Commissioner Michele Lazarow, who like Lima-Taub is Jewish, is sponsoring a resolution seeking to reprimand her colleague at Wednesday’s meeting. Lazarow said she’s expecting a huge crowd, both for and against Lima-Taub.
“Commissioner Lima-Taub’s hateful remarks have provoked hateful people to come out of the shadows,” Lazarow said. “I expect many of them to descend on City Hall on Wednesday. I have complete confidence that our chief of police and her department will keep our city safe.”
Lima-Taub could not be reached for comment Sunday.
Her critics accuse her of inflaming already tense Israeli-Palestinian relations.
Her supporters defend her right to speak her mind.
Hallandale official may be reprimanded for anti-Muslim rant.
Tlaib, D-Michigan, also came under fire after vowing on the same day she was sworn in to Congress to go after President Donald Trump and “impeach the mother——.”
Vice Mayor Sabrina Javellana and Commissioner Mike Butler say they plan to support the resolution to censure Lima-Taub.
In a Facebook post on Saturday, Lima-Taub said she would not be silenced by her commission colleagues.
As the controversy has raged, Mayor Joy Adams has remained silent. She could not be reached for comment Sunday.
At least three groups are planning to protest outside City Hall on Wednesday, city officials say.
On Friday, the pro-Israel Anti-Defamation League joined several Muslim organizations in condemning Lima-Taub’s comments as Islamophobic and offensive.
“Public officials should be able to vigorously defend and oppose policy positions without resorting to bigotry and the vilification of an entire group,” the ADL told Lima-Taub in a letter. “Sharing and disseminating negative stereotypes like this — implying that all Muslims are, or have the potential to be, terrorists — is deeply offensive and has no place in our society.”
Soon after she was sworn in on Jan. 3, Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, D-Michigan, came under fire for vowing to impeach President Donald Trump, who she referred to as “mother——.”
In the meantime, dozens of calls and emails have come in to Hallandale from all over, including Chicago, New York, London, Michigan and California.
Longtime Hallandale resident Jerry Jensen sent an email to the city demanding Lima-Taub’s resignation.
“She has over-reached her authority, and is a total embarrassment to the city of Hallandale Beach,” he wrote. “She must go.”
Another resident, Cynthia Cabrera, lamented the bad press.
“Only several months into the new commission and we’re back in the national news in a far more negative light than ever before,” she wrote. “Every decision and opinion rendered by Commissioner Taub will now be filtered through a lens colored by her racism and intolerance.”
But some have been quick to support Lima-Taub, blaming the brouhaha on what they called a liberal media and a “politically correct” culture.
Rob Alexander, of Colorado, said the commissioner deserves high praise for her boldness.
“It is interesting that suddenly everybody is very sensitive to ‘xenophobic, Islamophobic’ and other phobic verbal attacks and abusive … expressions that are clearly anti-Christian, anti-Semitic or anti-Trump which may be publicized with impunity,” he wrote. “I submit that Ms. Lima-Taub should have the same 1st Amendment rights that anyone else enjoys without fear of censure or retaliation.”
Javellana, a college student elected to the commission in November, longs for peace on the commission after just two months on the dais. The latest drama will soon be a distant memory for Hallandale, she hopes.
“One person does not define this city,” Javellana said. “Nothing will make up for this. It will always be online. It happened. But we can engage in sensitivity and not repeat this again.”
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller
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