Barack Hussein Obama Makes American Oath Of Allegiance Sharia Compliant To Accommodate Muslims Flooding The US
August 6, 2015
Obama and the New Shari'a Compliant Oath of Allegiance
August 6, 2015 – San Francisco, CA – PipeLineNews.org – According to a disturbing report just published by Middle East expert, Raymond Ibrahim, Team O has quietly, behind the scenes [the climate in which he is most comfortable, it appears] changed the Oath of Allegiance, required as part of gaining legal citizenship, materially altering it to accommodate the tens of thousands of fundamentalist Muslims with which he is flooding the country:
The effect of these changes are many, but two are of primary concern:
That there has been no pushback and that it falls on people outside of the alleged opposition party to discuss these serious matters reflects the growing divide between official DC and what it must regard as the lumpenproletariat in flyover country.
Mr. Ibrahim explains some of the implications of this stealth move by the president using the example of jihadist Maj. Nidal Hassan:
In doing a quick Google News search it seems that not a single legacy media source has run this story, as a matter of fact what has been published has largely been due to the efforts of Mr. Ibrahim, whose piece also appears in The American Thinker.
With the 2016 campaign kicking into high gear this evening with the first and highly anticipated Republican debate, the question remains as to whether any of the candidates will start addressing the existential threat which is looming due to Team Obama's Blitzkrieg against traditional American culture.
Absent the realization that addressing what really threatens the future of America is not going to be found in policy wonkish legislative nipping and tucking but rather in a full-on frontal assault against those who seek to destroy the U.S. from within, the upcoming campaign rhetoric will prove of little probative worth and entirely hollow.
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