Joe Biden wants Muslims to know that he’s going to pack his administration full of them, the same way he plans to pack the Supreme Court with added liberals. Viral videos are making the rounds which originally started life as a taxpayer funded Urdu language campaign ad for Biden, which got Voice of America in big trouble back in July.
Muslims at every level
Joe Biden promised that Muslims will serve “at every level” in his administration and “reiterated his pledge to repeal President Donald Trump’s ‘Muslim ban’ on his first day in office.” If that wasn’t bad enough, four liberal contractors working for the Voice of America decided to make a sneaky campaign ad from Biden’s promises in a Muslim dialect with taxpayer money. That’s a huge no-no. Despite liberal pleas for mercy, they were fired instead of just suspended.
The entire effort is centered around creating the image that President Donald Trump’s tireless efforts at making America safe from foreign terrorists are really nothing but “hate” for Muslims. “Today, trust is ebbing,” Biden laments. “Hope seems elusive. Instead of healing, we’re being ripped apart and I refuse to let that happen. We have too bright a future to leave it shipwrecked on the shoals of anger and division.” Anger and division created by liberal progressives. “As president, I’ll work with you to rip the poison of hate from our society, honor your contributions and seek your ideas.”
Even the rabidly socialist fact checkers grudgingly admit that there is no “Muslim ban.” The ban affects “countries that cannot or will not provide adequate information about those who want to enter the U.S.” Nobody wants to mention the fact that it was the Obama administration who raised red flags about immigrants from the countries on the list, many of which, coincidentally, are nations where the population is mostly Muslims. That’s not hate or racism, it’s fact. Repealing the ban would be seriously bad for national security.
Supporters who are Muslims
Democrats don’t want you to know that President Trump has supporters who are Muslims. A recent pro-Trump Muslim event was Zoom-bombed so hard that it quickly “descended into chaos.” Of course, the network media buried that story. Biden’s blatant “islamopandering” was on full display at the presidential debate when he dropped the word “inshallah” or “God Willing” in Arabic in a carefully scripted off the cuff comment.
Because an unusually high percentage of violent criminals happen to be Muslims, Biden promises to overhaul the criminal justice system to keep them out of jail. After the police are gone, teams of well funded social workers will roam the streets, “focused on redemption, not retribution.”
Muslims aren’t happy one bit that the Trump Administration made a big shake up of the federally funded media outlets like Voice of America. Michael Pack is the new CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media, parent company for VOA. As soon has he took charge, he fired the heads of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Radio Free Asia, and other outlets. Amanda Bennett, the head of VOA at the time, resigned on his first day in the job.
Taxpayers funded a Biden ad
After investigating, the contractors weren’t just suspended, they were terminated because the violations were so obvious. On July 22, VOA’s “Urdu service” which provides news and information to “Urdu-speaking audiences in Pakistan, India and around the world” circulated a video on their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts which was nothing but pro-Biden propaganda aimed at Muslims. They weren’t expecting any Urdu speaking people would turn them in. After red flags were raised about it externally, top VOA officials found “it violated the network’s editorial policies and ordered it taken down.”
The video runs for two minutes. “Subtitled in Urdu and overlaid with music, Biden says: ‘Your voice is your vote, your vote is your voice. Muslim Americans’ voices matter. I’ll be a president that seeks out and incorporates and listens to the ideas and concerns of Muslim Americans on everyday issues that matter most to our communities. That will include having Muslim American voices as part of my administration.'”
It was soon chopped into clips. One of the spin-offs “included audio from a voice-over narrator. ‘Make no mistake people, 2020 is our year. Let’s dive into it with 20/20 vision,’ the narrator says in the video. ‘We can see clearly that America is fighting for its very soul.'” Biden’s soul sits in a jar at Black Lives Matter headquarters. VOA officials made sure to set the record straight by noting that “the Urdu video should have corrected Biden when he referred to the ‘Muslim ban’ by saying President Trump’s 2017 immigration action didn’t ban all Muslims from entering the U.S., but only selected Muslim-majority countries.” They also noted, “the Trump campaign is doing its own outreach to Muslim voters and that some Muslim organizations support Trump’s reelection.” CEO Pack promises, “USAGM staff members who attempt to influence American elections will be held accountable.”