Former president Obama oversaw the spread of radical Islam during his presidency while doing nothing to stop it. If anything, his cavalier attitude towards the threat of ISIS facilitated its growth.
Obama’s State department while Hillary Clinton oversaw it further emboldened jihadists by indiscriminately giving away arms in the Middle East. Clinton claimed that her department were only arming rebels when in reality they were arming ISIS militants.
Funny how Democrats want to strip law abiding Americans of their guns, yet have no problem giving them away to Mexican drug cartels and Islamic terrorists.
Despite Obama’s cowardice in his refusal to speak evil’s name, one man is refusing to remain silent, and is trying to warn America of the storm that is to come if they don’t stand up and fight it.
From Bethany Blankley:
Ex-Muslim, now Christian Pastor Umar Mulinde of Kampala, Uganda, was attacked by Muslims, targeted because he had not only left Islam and converted to Christianity, but also was committed to preaching the gospel. On December 24, 2011 he was attacked with acid, which burned half of his face and the back of his head. The attackers screamed “Allahu Akbar” three times before they ran away.
The burns were so severe that Pastor Mulinde has been receiving treatment in Israel over the past few years, embracing the Jewish country he was once taught by his Muslim father to hate.
In a video obtained by Tom Trenton of The United West, Pastor Mulinde explains to Americans that, “God Almighty has given you grace. Whatever you do in America influences the world. You have that grace. One thing that Islam is doing to defeat you is causing you to be a coward and fearful.”
Pastor Mulinde’s comments are what Republicans have been saying for years. Democrats, in their fear to be seen as Islamaphobic, are allowing Islamization to occur in America.
Pastor Mulinde discourages that mentality, instead encouraging Americans to not be afraid. “If you know that what you are doing is right, stand boldly and proclaim it. Don’t be intimidated…Jesus knew we would be intimidated, and he told us not to run, not to fear.”
Pastor Mulinde’s message should be seen by as many Americans as possible. It is the wakeup call that so many of them need. Please spread this article as far as possible, before it’s too late.
Source: Bethany Blankley