The Islamist Election Wave - 2020 has been a banner year for Muslim extremists in American politics.

Article publisher: 
American Spectator
Article date: 
30 December 2020
Article category: 
National News
Article Body: 

Radical Muslim political advocacy organizations are celebrating the election of 62 Muslim Americans who won races at all levels of government, from local school boards to the U.S. House of Representatives. Their victories mark another banner year for Islamist groups that seek to train, fund, and elect their favored politicians.

Among these winners are a handful of Islamist politicians who espouse radical views and associate with extremist groups. Many of these newly elected officials belong to the far-left wing of the Democratic Party, but others have even more troubling resumés, leading Islamist student movements and nonprofits or owing their political fortunes to Islamist underwriters....

Other recent winners maintain similar connections. State Rep.-elect Iman Jodeh of Aurora, Colorado, serves as the spokeswoman for the Colorado Muslim Society, a Denver mosque that banned women from attending worship services during a coronavirus shutdown. In Delaware, State Rep.-elect Madinah Wilson-Anton’s resumé includes senior leadership positions with Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), a campus club that uses violence and intimidation to harass Jewish students and further the Palestinian agenda, and the Muslim Student Association (MSA), a university-based nonprofit founded to serve as a recruiting pipeline to the pan-Islamic Muslim Brotherhood....

Instead of celebrating the “first-ever” election of certain ethnic and religious minorities, Americans should prepare to experience the rigid illiberalism of municipal Islamization.

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