And they're all coming together to discuss "Egypt and the Struggle for Democracy."
Congressman Keith Ellison, who went from Farrakhan Jew-Hater to Jon Stewart's favorite Muslim, and Dalia Mogahed, Obama's advisor on appeasing the Muslim Brotherhood, will join a founder of the Egyptian Nazi Party for an unforgettable evening.
And they're all coming together at the Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding in Georgetown to discuss "Egypt and the Struggle for Democracy."
I bet a lot of understanding will come out of this event.
The invite bills Ramy Jan as representing Egyptians Against the Coup (his name has already mysteriously vanished from the site's flyer, but appears on the original copy). Ramy however is better known for being one of the founders of the Egyptian Nazi Party.
But don't worry, they're not the bad kind of Nazis.
Egyptian Nazi Party member Sayyed Gamal: "We have adopted the positive aspects of the Nazi Party, not the negative. We will not carry out holocausts against the Jews, and we will not fight them. This has to do with the policies of the state, in which we do not interfere.
Egyptian Nazi Party member Ahmad Sayyed: "Sir, we do not want a full-fledged Nazi party. All we want is the statement that our country's race will rule.
Egyptian Nazi Party member Amr Fouad: "All we want to take from Nazism is the respect. That's it. We want to have supremacy over our world."
Egyptian Nazi Party member Rami Gan: "Several businessmen want to finance us, and we have to choose between them. We do not recognize the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel.
"We want to build an Egyptian nuclear reactor – a reactor that will be built by Egyptians and will have Egyptian components. All Egyptians will unite around this national project."
Egyptian Nazi Party member Ahmad Sayyed: "We have nothing to do with Hitler. The one and only thing we have adopted from Nazism is racial supremacy. That's it."
Whew. I was worried that they were the bad kind of Nazis. But they just want world supremacy, racial supremacy and nukes.
I'm sure Ramy will have a lot to discuss with the other participants, including Keith Ellison, Dalia Mogahed and a Muslim Brotherhood MP. But then again his name has been removed. And he may not be the last one to go.
Dardery is the Muslim Brotherhood MP with some issues entering the United States.
Before returning to Egypt, Dardery lived in the United States long enough to attain legal permanent residency, known as a green card. That status lapsed after he left the country for more than six months. The child pornography investigation took place during Dardery's time here and was noted in his immigration file. It surfaced when CBP officials learned of his pending visit.
The State Department issued a cable specifically barring Customs officials from carrying out any inspections of Dardery and the other members of the delegation on their arrival at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport. The immigration official described this action by the State Department as "extraordinary."
Struggling for democracy sure is hard.