Clearly, the party of the democrats with Hillary’s smack down on Tuesday evening are again more rudderless than ever.
To even suggest Muslim Keith Ellison would be in line to take over the D.N.C. indicates that they have yet to understand the threat Islam presents to the West and the United States of America.
Most are familiar about overt jihadists who give the lives on the battlefield for delusions pounded them since early childhood.
Then there are the vermin like Ellison who work using covert or stealth jihad.
Ellison is a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. (Source)
The Muslim Brotherhood’s goal is :
The plan establishes the mission of the Muslim Brother in North America in this following passage:
“The process of settlement is a ‘Civilization-Jihadist Process’ with all the word means.
The Ikhwan (fanatical military leaders) Source must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ’sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and God’s religion is made victorious over all other religions.”
In other words, the Ikhwan’s strategy for destroying the United States is to get us, specifically our leadership, to do the bidding of the MB for them.
The Muslim Brotherhood intends to conduct Civilization Jihad by co-opting our leadership into believing a counterfactual understanding of Islam and the nature of the Muslim Brotherhood, thereby coercing these leaders to enforce the MB narrative on their subordinates. (Source)
Their goal is to bring America down from within.
Ellison’s role and his dillusions were captured on tape when he first won his seat as the congressman from Minnessota.
He showed up at the CAIR Headquarters and was congratulated and said he would be the first of many.
Los Angeles Times
|Kurtis Lee November 11, 2016|
He’s a Muslim from the heartland and he could be the next chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota is slowly raking up support from some key figures within the party, such as Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and New York Sen. Charles Schumer, who want him to be the next leader, following the party’s humbling presidential loss earlier this week.
Citing more than 250,000 signatures in support of Ellison on a petition posted to his website, Sanders said the congressman is the future of the party.
“The Democratic Party needs to look itself in the mirror and work tirelessly to become once again the party that working people know will work for their interests,” Sanders, who amassed a youthful, liberal following during the Democratic primary, said in a statement.
“Keith is one of the most progressive members of Congress, and he was an early supporter of our political revolution.”
The DNC entered a rebuilding phase after Tuesday’s stunning victory by Republican Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.
Yet even before the election results were tallied, the DNC faced several controversies with its former and interim chairs — Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida and Donna Brazile, respectively.
In July, WikiLeaks released emails that showed members of the DNC acting favorably toward Clinton during the Democratic primary.
It led to Wasserman Schultz’s resignation.
After Brazile replaced her as interim chair, additional leaked emails showed Brazile, who was also a CNN contributor, had shared debate questions with the Clinton campaign during the primary last spring.
Others who are seeking to lead the DNC include former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean, who held the role from 2005 until 2009, and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley.
In addition, Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander, who waged a competitive Missouri Senate race this year but fell short, is also eyeing the position.