…. and 72 percent are voting for Obama.
Sharia law is a fake issue manufactured by Islamophobes. It’s a complete non-issue for everyone but the 50 percent of Muslims who want blasphemy laws, the 40 percent who want to live under Islamic law and the 12 percent who want to murder blasphemers. Oh and another 9 percent are undecided on the question of whether we should be hanging blasphemers or not.
Now this is obviously a non-issue because we will never actually prosecute people for blasphemy, even though a man who made a movie that offended Muslims was sent to jail on the orders of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. We will never actually do it, even though Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer suggested that we could do it.
But we won’t, because it can never happen here… until it does.
Let’s run a little thought experiment here. Suppose that instead of a few million Muslims in America, there were 50 or 60 million Muslims. As there will eventually be if immigration and birth rates continue on track. Suppose we have Muslim majorities in entire states such as Illinois and Michigan. And since statistics for the Muslim diaspora show that 2nd and 3rd generation Muslims are actually more “radicalized” than their immigrant parents and grandparents, what happens when half of those 50 million Muslims vote based on Islamic law, rather on the Constitution?
In Egypt and Tunisia, Sharia voters brought Islamists to power. What happens when the Muslim Brotherhood Freedom and Justice Party dominates the Democratic Party in 5 or 6 states? What happens when no Democrat can win the presidential primaries without promising to “protect the right of Muslims to live under their own religious laws”?
What happens if we continue living in denial about the political consequences of Muslim immigration?
Nearly half of 600 Muslim-American citizens polled who plan to vote in the 2012 presidential election believe parodies of Muhammad should be prosecuted criminally in the U.S., and one in eight say the offense is so serious violators should face the death penalty.
The poll also found 40 percent of Muslims in America believe they should not be judged by U.S. law and the Constitution, but by Shariah standards.
“Even more shocking: One in eight respondents said they think those Americans who criticize or parody Islam should face the death penalty, while another nine percent said they were unsure on the question,” he said.
Wenzel said even the 9 percent “undecided” on that particular question is alarming.
It will become more alarming when that 9 percent or that 12 percent doesn’t represent hundreds of thousands of people, but millions.