Hat tip Middle East Forum, National Review and Debra
Hussam Ayloush, CAIR's Southern California director, is a man who poses as a human rights activist. He is anything but. Here is what he had to say when America elected its new president, Donald Trump:
Ayloush, a supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood, may think that he is living in Egypt or his native Syria, but he is not. This is America. This campaign may have been messy and ugly, but the actual election Tuesday night was fair and orderly. That is what separates us from the region from which Ayloush came. The "revolution" came from millions of people who merely went to the polls and voted. They didn't grab a gun and storm the capitol. They didn't take hostages or blow off bombs. They voted. That is what Mr. Ayloush wants to overthrow.
One can only hope that with a new administration, attorney general, and Justice Department, these organizations like CAIR and others will be thoroughly investigated, which they have not been since Obama came into office.