Fox News: ‘The Muslim Brotherhood Comes To The White House’

Fox News claims that “The Obama White House has finally released the names of the fourteen Muslim ‘leaders’ who met with the President this past week.”

The article states the group included a comedian, along with a hijab-wearing basketball player and a handful of left-wing activists.

Fox states that “the White House confirmed that Azhar Azeez, President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), was one of the Muslim leaders that met with President Obama.”

Fox claims that The ISNA was founded thirty-four years ago by members of Muslim Brotherhood. Oddly, Fox also states that the group was listed as an “unindicted” co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terrorism financing trial.

(“Unindicted” would mean that there was not enough evidence to bring them to trial or the government prosecutor refused to bring them to trial.)

The ISNA denounces terrorism, claiming in a statement that “(a) grave threat to all of us nowadays is the scourge of political and religious extremism that manifests itself in various forms of violence, including terrorism.”

Did President Bush ever meet with members of the Muslim community?

On November 19th, 2001, President Bush hosted an “iftar dinner” at the White House and gave remarks. Ambassadors and representatives from the Muslim world joined the president for dinner in the White House State dining room.

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Breitbart Reports On The Wrong Loretta Lynch

Barack Obama will be nominating Loretta Lynch for Attorney General.

Right-wing publication Breitbart reported on the wrong woman.

Majority Report video.

The original Breitbart article now gives a 404 Not Found message:

Is A U.S. Catholic Group Going ‘Liberal?’

According to the right-wing publication Breitbart, the Sisters of Mercy of Silver Spring, Maryland, have released a 2014 midterm election guide that urges voters to favor candidates who support amnesty, climate change, gun control, and Pentagon budget cuts.

The election guide states:

“As sisters, associates, companions, co-workers, students, volunteers and friends of the Sisters of Mercy, we have an opportunity and a responsibility to vote for those candidates who share our concern for people who suffer from poverty, sickness and lack of education; candidates who share the Sisters of Mercy’s Critical Concerns of Earth, immigration, nonviolence, racism and women. While this is not a presidential election year, the voice of Mercy is needed to inject compassion into conversations on policy and on national priorities during Senate, congressional, state and local races that will shape our nation for years to come.

“We are called to vote for those who are equally scandalized by these ills and who have a vision for addressing them,” the Sisters write. “And we are called to help shape that vision.”

The nuns’ election guide is geared to “U.S. residents,” rather than “U.S. citizens,” and it features a series of questions that the nuns say “will help those U.S. residents listen to candidates with an ear attuned to the Sisters of Mercy’s over-arching mission.”

The Sisters’ questions address how candidates address the “need for poverty reduction programs,” or welfare programs, what they refer to as “the wealth gap,” and the federal minimum wage. They also emphasize the Obama administration’s talking point that 8 million people have enrolled in the healthcare exchanges created by the new law.

Regarding climate change, the Sisters of Mercy suggest voters should note whether candidates speak about the issue with “urgency.”

“How will the candidates work with the world community to address climate change, the impact of mining, the loss of important ecosystems and biodiversity, and the human right to safe food, safe water and sanitation?” the nuns ask.

According to Breitbart, “the Sisters list as a ‘fact’ in their guide:”

“Climate change is already affecting the American people in far-reaching ways. Certain types of extreme weather events with links to climate change have become more frequent and/or intense, including prolonged periods of heat, heavy downpours, and, in some regions, floods and droughts. In addition, warming is causing sea level to rise and glaciers and Arctic sea ice to melt, and oceans are becoming more acidic as they absorb carbon dioxide. These and other aspects of climate change are disrupting people’s lives and damaging some sectors of our economy (2014 National Climate Assessment).”

Writing that their order recognizes “an urgent duty and challenge to stand in solidarity with immigrants seeking fullness of life,” the Sisters are critical of what they believe to be “President Obama’s record mass deportations…”