It’s always challenging attempting to figure out the convoluted motivation behind the absurd bluster of progressive politicians. Take for example the current mayor of Minneapolis who gave her “Annual State of the City” address not in a city facility but rather in a Muslim Mosque devoting much of her speech not to the issues regarding her city but instead bashing President Trump’s agenda in securing the homeland against radical Islamic extremism.
Obviously, Mayor Betsy Hodges wasn’t concerned regarding the thorny issue within our Constitution regarding the separation of church and state when it came to giving an officially sanctioned speech within a Mosque.
And almost immediately began attacking President Trump claiming “his agenda of oppression, and regression and suppression has no place in Minneapolis.”
However, the loony mayor has apparently taken her delusional message even further by specifically targeting “anyone” who publicly speaks out against this barbaric doctrine known as “Shariah Law.”
The leftist loon has apparently created a “city website” including a “hotline” for residents to actually monitor the speech of individuals they come into contact with who speak out against this Islamic doctrine.
Obviously the mayor's embrace of Islamic culture seems to have put her at odds with “our” First Amendment” regarding “our” right to engage in free speech, even in gruff speech, which is definitely in stark contradiction to a doctrine that promotes “stoning, honor killings”, and the “molestation of children.”
According to local reports, “the announcement comes amid signs of a recent surge of such incidents affecting Muslims and Jews across the country, many of which go unreported.”
The cities Department of Civil Rights states on the website that it only enforces hate crimes against certain “protected classes,” which begs the question “don’t we already have those laws within our federal court system?
Moreover this chilling written overview on the cities website authored by Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights Director Velma Korbel should worry every “normal individual” residing within the city limits; “Since the general election, many of us have experienced, witnessed firsthand or heard of actions of: racism, xenophobia, sexism and bigotry directed at people here and in cities across the United States, in no uncertain terms, hate-motivated speech and actions have no place in Minneapolis nor will they be tolerated.”