Earlier today, when I first posted about the people trying to tie Bachmann, the TEA Party and every other America-as-it-was-founded group to the Sikh shootings, we had some RNL readers question who was doing this because — they claimed — they couldn’t find anything more than a few tweets. Well, the disingenuousness of these readers aside, America had best start standing up to this blatant politicizing of every tragic shooting that happens for the purpose of going after gun rights. We also need to stand up to all the calls for shutting down the very needed and legitimate criticism of Islam and what it is up to in this nation. Alinsky is running wild in this nation and we are allowing political correctness to heard us toward the path of national suicide — and that aint “hate,” it’s the truth:
(Exclusive) Muslim Public Affairs Director on Sikh Shooting & Bachmann: ‘There Is Consequence & Responsibility‘ With ’What We Say’
Tarin was cautious in noting that we cannot make a direct link right now between the shooter and the Bachmann inquiry, which his organization is labeling as a ‘witch hunt‘, but did note that Americans should be more “reflective” on what they say:
“What we can say is that as a nation is that we have to be more reflective on how we speak on issues. […] We have to be responsible. We have this great first amendment and we have the right to say what we want and whenever we want and that’s what makes America great. But at the same time we have to understand that there is consequence and responsibility that comes with what we say.”
That is nothing more than an admission that he is making an unfounded, and thus, unwarranted attack against those who question the activities of Islam in America, and a veiled call for censorship of those same voices. This is a pattern that has already been established in Europe and is now being put in place here: the marginalizing of any sane voice that questions the activities of known Islamic terrorist groups inside this nation — especially those that are inside the White House and meeting regularly with this President.