Monday, April 20, 2020

Soros-Funded Islamic Extremists Endorse Biden
By AAN Staff  April 20, 2020

A George Soros-funded group with close ties to Islamic extremists who’ve called homosexuality a “disease” and defended the highly problematic Muslim Brotherhood has endorsed Joe Biden’s campaign for president.

The Washington Free Beacon’s Joe Schoffstall has more:

Emgage, which bills itself as the largest Muslim PAC in the country, on Thursday announced it would switch its endorsement from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) to Biden. The group cited Biden’s promises to end President Donald Trump’s travel bans, increase the refugee admissions cap, and overhaul the immigration system. Biden said he was “honored” to receive the endorsement (RELATED: Soros Group Shatters Record Ahead of Election).

Emgage has collaborated with a Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated group on events that in recent years attracted speakers who openly opposed LGBT rights and supported terror groups. Last year, Emgage became an official cohost of Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) conferences. ISNA was previously revealed to be part of the Muslim Brotherhood network—though it claims it is no longer associated with the group.

The 2018 ISNA conference featured an array of homophobic speakers. One was Omar Suleiman, an imam who has called homosexuality a “disease” that will “destroy your children.” Another, former ISNA president Muzammil Siddiqi, said he “supported laws in countries where homosexuality is punishable by death.” Imam Shamsi Ali, an attendee who was described as a “moderate” on ISNA’s website, has stated that homosexuality is an “unbearable plague.”

Meanwhile, ISNA has disinvited pro-LGBT groups Muslims for Progressive Values and the Human Rights Campaign, because they “don’t fit in.”

It seems unlikely that the mainstream media will hold Biden accountable for accepting the endorsement of a group that condones illiberal, even fascist beliefs, given their non-existent coverage of Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegation against the former vice president.

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