Can you believe this..?

mosque-apThe Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is urging mosques and Muslim institutions nationwide to consider applying for funds available through the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP).

The program is designed to assist nonprofit organizations that are vulnerable to terrorist attacks with procuring and installing security equipment to enhance safety.

Anyone who follows this masterful piece of writing will openly admit that it was I approximately three years ago that wrote to my congressional officials Elijah Cummings, both senators Barbara Mikulski and Ben ‘Hopeless’ Cardin, as well as President Obama, and none other than his trusted comrade-in-arms, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder that if they continued to grant Protected Status to every asylum seeker or refugee, or especially illegal’s from other areas of the world, then it would not be long until they went after the funding for grants from US taxpayers to protect their things.

Any individual that migrates to this nation and then uses the very system to strike out against us – primarily religiously and receive millions of dollars for it is pseudo-law suits should be being watched for whatever they desire when it comes to funding.

It seemed very, very logical to me that (A) It is our State department that originally finances their operations with taxpayer funds. And (B) that if we provided funds for their very special interest group standing, then why not go after DHS for more?

This certainly goes to what the Founders of this great nation termed human nature. Please make it a point to spend a little time at Discover the Networks site this week. Thank you.


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