Muslim protester’s stunt gets her booted from Trump rally; CAIR has hissy-fit

Typical of these Islamic supremacists and agitators, they provoke a confrontation and then pretend they are just innocent bystanders out to hear what a Presidential candidate has to say.

Rose Hamid

The first version of this story that came to my attention, said ‘oh how awful, Muslim woman was doing nothing to agitate at political rally, but thrown out anyway.’  But, in fact she was doing something.

***Update January 12***  No surprise! This was all staged with the help of that lawyer standing next to Hamid, here.  So much for her line that she wanted Americans to meet a Muslim (BS!).

When Trump spoke, she and a companion, who had strategically placed themselves where cameras would see them, stood in protest.  But I really think it was that yellow star she had pinned to her shirt that got her booted—how disgusting to invoke the yellow Star of David that Jews were required to wear in Nazi Germany with the word ‘Muslim’ emblazoned on the star.

How dare they!  There is simply no comparison!  And, it is an insult to Jews everywhere.

Here is the story at NBC:

GOP frontrunner Donald Trump said Syrian refugees are “probably” ISIS during a Friday rally that was disrupted by protesters who included a woman wearing a traditional Muslim head covering.

Refugees from Syria “could be ISIS … and by the way, it is turning out that they probably are ISIS,” said Trump in Rock Hill, South Carolina. “There’s so many men, they’re so young, they are very strong. Where are the women? Where are the children?”

Trump caused an international furor in December when called on Muslims to be barred from entering the United States.

During his speech, a woman wearing a hijab stood in silent protest and was soon removed by police, along with a few other anti-Trump hecklers. Some Trump supporters jeered and booed the woman, who was identified as Rose Hamid. She was wearing a T-shirt that read “Salam, I come in peace.”

What a coincidence! CAIR cried foul within hours!

Nihad Awad
Know the enemy! Nihad Awad of CAIR wants an apology from Trump. Awad, don’t hold your breath!

Within hours, leading Muslim advocacy group, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), condemned Hamid’s removal and called on Trump to apologize publicly.

“The image of a Muslim woman being abused and ejected from a political rally sends a chilling message to American Muslims,” CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad said in a statement.

Be sure to read this report where we learn the whole thing was a stunt orchestrated by a South Carolina Muslim political activist.

Rose Hamid said she just wanted Trump supporters to meet a Muslim. They did and she didn’t come across favorably!

Editor’s note:  We are gradually building an archive called ‘know the enemy’ because we want to identify all those who are working to change America by changing the people on both the Democrat Left and the Republican Right.  Go here to see who we have tagged so far.

12 thoughts on “Muslim protester’s stunt gets her booted from Trump rally; CAIR has hissy-fit”

  1. So glad they didn’t stand for their Muslim farce….I don’t hear anything from the Muslims on the shooting of the police ?

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  2. This is a disease that must be stopped in our Country. Stop our Government from permitting and promoting this disease.

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  3. “the whole thing was a stunt orchestrated by a South Carolina Muslim political activist”

    They are ALL setups by activists in the various factions of the UNIPARTY.

    When TRUMP was in Nevada last, a teacher was telling their students that they would get extra points if they got ejected from TRUMP’s Rally. There are some really SICK USERS out there. Pimping our children and grandchildren, and brazenly getting away with it.

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  4. re: > > We are gradually building an archive called ‘know the enemy’ >

    Are you thinking – especially should any lawyers (perhaps retired lawyers) are open to taking this on – of taking legal action against “know your enemy” people? Or is the goal – for the moment, anyway, just to identify and compile a list?

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    1. Just to identify, it is something we don’t do enough! As Alinsky said, organizations don’t hurt, people do. Best way to fight back is to go after the leaders personally, showcase them, make them household names!

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