by John Galt
November 20, 2016 12:30 ET
As America’s fading lame-duck President who hired terrorist supporters and activists to work within the U.S. government, Twitter apparently decides to follow suit:
Twitter, the so-called liberal voice of the First Amendment which spent the last week banning accounts which offended them because they were considered racist by the NY Times and other fringe quasi-Marxist organs decided to approve the account for a group labeled a terrorist group by every nation in the Middle East President Obama calls “allies” yet is still not banned here. Don’t believe me?
Here is a sample story from the Saudi Arabian quasi-official government news website, Al-Arabiya:
Saudi Arabia on Friday blacklisted the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization, along with three other Middle East-based Islamist groups, Al Arabiya News Channel reported, citing a royal decree.
The Saudi terrorism list also includes the kingdom’s branch of the Shiite movement Hezbollah and Syria-based militant groups the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and the al-Qaeda linked al-Nusra Front.
Hundreds of Saudi fighters are believed to have joined ISIS and al-Nusra in Syria.
The royal decree gives fighters a 15-day ultimatum to return home. The declaration came after King Abdullah announced on Feb. 3 tough penalties for activities deemed as terrorism.
Egypt, Bahrain, Kuwait, the U.A.E., and even Qatar have made the same declaration also. Yet inside the United States government, we have Muslim Brotherhood sympathizers, including the current head of the CIA and numerous positions with the U.S. State Department and Department of Defense.
President-Elect Trump has his work cut out for him and with organizations like Twitter electing to indicate their tacit support for Islamofacist terrorism, again, it will be difficult to remove the infection from D.C. much less American society as a whole. Especially since it would appear that with Congressman Ellison (D-MN), they have members inside the representative bodies of our nation also.