If there is one thing that should scare the living heck out of you with Ilhan Omar being elected to Congress it’s that she doesn’t want to play by the same rules that we all have agreed to.

It’s hard to believe that someone has the best interest of America at heart when their so-called religion dictates that anyone that doesn’t believe the same things they believe should be terrorized to a maximum degree.

The mere idea that there is someone in Congress that fully believes that Sharia Law is the way to go and that she would do whatever the could to circumvent the Constitution is a scary thought.

The reason why we have one set of laws in the United States is so that things are a fair playing field for everyone involved, or at least that is the way it’s supposed to work.

Still though, you get people that every so often come to the United States and want to somehow apply the laws of their old homeland to where there are living at the moment.

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Some people just don’t understand that there are a lot of things that just don’t fly in the United States and the backwards laws of some countries are one of them.

It’s one thing to take pride in where you come from and tell folks about where you came from but to think that people from the United States are going to all of a sudden start using the customs of another country because a group is parading through the streets that’s just sheet lunacy.

A mob of up to 30 young Somali men paraded through one of Minneapolis’ more upscale neighborhoods last week, yelling disparaging comments and threats against homeowners.

A female resident of the neighborhood, obviously shaken in a TV interview, related how she was screamed at by a Somali man who threatened to kidnap and rape her.

“They were screaming at the house that they were going to kidnap you and they were going to rape you,” one Minneapolis resident told KSTP TV. “It was a very traumatizing experience.”

Somalis living in Minneapolis are almost all Sunni Muslims, and residents of the Lake Calhoun area say this isn’t the first time a group of Somali men has made an intimidating march through their neighborhood, which is filled with million-dollar homes.

No hate-crime charges are apparently being considered by either the Minnesota authorities.


Police were called to the scene on June 28 about 9:30 a.m. and are investigating the incident as a potential case of terroristic threats. No arrests have been made, and the Minneapolis media appear to be largely uninterested in reporting on the mob threats.

According to a Minneapolis police report, between 20 and 30 young Somali men showed up in front of a woman’s house about 9:30 in the morning and started shouting insults. “The comments turned to threats,” the report said.

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