The Muslim Brotherhood's man in Congress is calling a black American a "bigot" and "un-American," twisting the very definition of "American" to some perverted idea of sharia. This from an organization whose stated aim is "eliminating and destroying Western Civilization from within."
America, pay attention! The traitors who walk among us are removing their masks. See who conspires against us. See who sides with our mortal enemies.
Considering the notorious Islamic history of Muslims keeping blacks as slaves (abid) -- to this very day in North Africa -- it is the height of black humor (no pun intended) that this Islamic supremacist would call an honorable African American a "bigot."
Keith Ellison's trip to the haj was financed by the Muslim Brotherhood. Keith Ellison has attended pro-Hamas, anti-semitic hatefests. And it was Hamas-supporting Muslim Brotherhood CAIR that got Williams fired. Why isn't the media discussing how these extremists, like Ellison, are destroying this country?
To Williams' point, we have an entire government agency, the TSA (Transportation Security Administration), dedicated to protecting us from terrorists who are largely Muslim. We have torturous security procedures at every stage of air travel. We bear unfathomable costs in taxpayer dollars, but worse, in the surrender of privacy and individual rights because of Islamic jihad: because of the 911 Muslim terrorists, and the up to 18 British Muslims who planned to blow up seven planes and kill 4,000 Americans and/or British people in the name of Islam in 2006, and because of Richard Reid, the Muslim with the exploding shoes, and the Christmas day bomber, the Muslim with the exploding crotch.
Ellison is an extremist and should be on the terrorist watch list.
“It’s just an ugly, bigoted statement… In exchange for his bigotry was able to get a $2 million contract… He should apologize profusely… I think it’s un-American what Juan Williams said.”
"Juan Williams contributes to profiling and harassing Americans," Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) said.
NPR is "well within its rights" to fire him from their "good news service."