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Joseph Farah: Curtail Muslim Immigration


Joseph Farah editor of that bastion of paranoia, the WorldNetDaily wants us to “rethink” our immigration laws. (h/t:JD)

Farah: Curtail Muslim Immigration

WorldNetDaily editor Joseph Farah has been touting a WND/Wenzel Strategies poll purporting to find that many Muslim-Americans want the imposition of Sharia law, contradicting other studies which found extremely low support for radical views among Muslims in the U.S. Should the results of a Wenzel Strategies survey be trusted?

The polling firm gave Todd Akin the lead in his Senate race (he lost by 16%), claimed Mitt Romney and Republican Senate candidates would win in Ohio and Virginia (they lost) and promoted birther conspiracies. The firm even alleged that polls showing President Obama ahead were skewed to favor Obama (they weren’t) because they employ biased college students and intentionally ignore Tea Partiers. After the election, the firm’s head said Obama only won because his supporters are dumb.

But while speaking to fellow anti-Muslim activist Erik Stackelbeck of the Christian Broadcasting Network, Farah said that the poll proves that the U.S. should rethink allowing Muslim immigration, to which Stakelbeck agreed:

Farah: I think it’s time for us to really think about our immigration laws because if we want to preserve our Judeo-Christian institutions in this country, our culture, our laws, our Constitution, do we really want to have an open borders policy for Muslims who just don’t see it that way? They have a completely different worldview.

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  • broke

    The color of the mustache doesn’t even match the color of what little hair is left on his head.

  • Speaking of American Right Wing Christian fanatics, Loon Watch might want to consider doing a “What if they Were Muslims” dealing with Scott Lively. He’s getting sued for his role in promoting violence against homosexuals, as well as homophobic policy in Uganda, including their infamous “Kill the Gays” bill. Not to mention the fact that he blames gays on just about everything including the Holocaust.

    US: Anti-gay evangelist Scott Lively to stand trial for ‘crimes against humanity’

    Scott Lively gets his day in court

  • GaribaldiOfLoonwatch

    I did, that was hilarious. What’s interesting is the one’s who are casting the vote, such as Bruin who was part of the group of congressmen pushing the MB infiltration conspiracy theory. It seems they’re still being influenced by Gaffney.

  • Leftwing_Muslim_Alliance

    Is he so scared of people who have a different world view ? Is his own world view so shaky that he cannot cope with people who are different ? Might he be afraid that he could change his mind about stuff……………
    Sir David

  • Well the good news is, he won’t be able to be speaker of the house now that he’s no longer serving in congress.

  • mindy1

    And where does HE come from?

  • eslaporte

    LoL – did you hear that Allen West got some votes for Speaker of the House yesterday?!

  • eslaporte

    I remember in 1999, when NATO took action against Milosevic and Yugoslavia, WorldNetDaily was on the side of Milosevic and against NATO…

  • Reynardine

    In the Nineteenth Century, they talked that way about Catholics; in the early Twentieth Century about Jews.

  • GaribaldiOfLoonwatch

    I’m wondering what the Right’s strategy is going to be now, specifically in regards to that chunk of extremists at its base which some, many more since Obama’s re-election, are viewing as a liability.

    The Islamophobia Movement has already made clear that they are doubling down and going full throttle in the anti-Islam/Muslim Crusade.

  • GaribaldiOfLoonwatch

    It is hardly surprising.

  • Mooneye,

    I saw the video of Farah saying this awhile back. Its hardly surprising unfortunately.

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