Muslim Rep Predicts 30 Muslims in Congress and Muslim President By 2030


Rep Andre Carson, a Muslim has now predicted that there will be 30 to 35 Muslims in Congress and one in the Oval Office by 2030. But, we just-just finished 8 years with a Muslim, didn’t we?

Carson gushed over foul-mouthed Rashida Tlaib and brother marrying Rep Ilhan Omar in his speech. And where was Carson speaking at? The CAIR convention. Nuff said? He was forgetting on thing though. He doesn’t have Obama in the Oval Office filling districts with Muslims refugees that swept those two women into office.

Carson said he can envision Tlaib being sworn in as a Senator or Speaker of the House.

From The Gateway Pundit

“She’s the kind of sister you take to a debate with scholars with you, because she’ll rock the house. She’s also the kind of sister you take with you if you’re about to get jumped, because she’ll fight too. That sister’s tough.”

Although Carson said that it was important to have three Muslims in Congress so far, it’s not enough — he wants more Muslims in power.

“In 2030 we may have about 30, 35 Muslims in Congress,” Carson said.

“Then we’re talking about Madame Chair Rashida. We’re talking about Madame Chair Ilhan,” Carson continued.

“Hell, we could be saying Speaker of the House Ilhan, Speaker of the House Rashida, Senator Rashida, Governor Ilhan, President Fatima, Vice President Aziza.  Inshallah [Allah willing].”

Carson described Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar as “powerful” and “smart.”

“They’re ready. They represent the next generation of Democratic leadership. They’re unapologetic about who they are, and they won’t bow down and they’ll never, never sell you out.”

 

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