Does New Jersey Governor Christie Pander to Muslims?

Posted by Bridgette

CAN THIS POSSIBLY BE TRUE?

 

As the former New Jersey U.S. Attorney, Chris Christie, supported an Iman with Hamas ties.  As the Republican Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, has  nominated the attorney that defended that Iman terrorist to the N. J.  Superior Court.  He even went to bat for him when he was to be deported by the Department of Homeland Security.

Does  one of the shining lights of the Republican Party, and a person backed by the Tea Party,  have unscrupulous ties to Muslim terrorists?   I have listened to Gov. Christie  and enjoyed his forthright approach in speaking and actions.  I   liked how he has handled the unions, his opposition, and was impressed as to how he is tackling New Jersey’s  financial problems.  Yet, the  information that follows certainly  has me wondering, as it will you.   If true,  he can no longer be considered presidential material.   Thus far, very little has been written about this topic since it was first reported, but we certainly know how the  information will be used by the Left.

Which party does Gov. Christie really represent?    The Left  sided with the Muslims and the building of the NY Mosque at Ground Zero,  so did Gov. Christie.  He has a huge constituency of Muslims, but is he  expressing his views or is he pandering and caving to his constituents?   Now this is disturbing.

“Governor Christie’s Dirty Islamist Ties”

By Daniel Greenfield
January 16, 2010

New Jersey, the Garden State, has just taken its first step toward becoming the Sharia State, with Governor Christie’s nomination of Sohail Mohammed, an attorney to detained terrorist suspects, to a Superior Court judgeship in Passaic County.   The Sohail nomination continues Christie’s unfortunate pandering to the American Muslim Union and the Islamic Center of Passaic County.

Passaic County has the second largest Muslim population in the country. And the Islamic Center of Passaic County is the state’s largest mosque, and it’s the only one run by an an Imam who was a member of the Hamas terrorist organization. But when the United States government attempted to deport Mohammed Qatanani, New Jersey’s pols and wannabe pols like Christie, quickly came to his aid. Despite the fact that Mohammed Qatanani was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, the organization that is behind both Al Qaeda and Hamas, despite his own guilty plea to being a member of Hamas, and despite the fact that even in the United States, he had defended a charity that provided funds to children of suicide bombers (this is done as an incentive to reassure terrorists that if they die their families will be taken care of),   Qatanani was not deported.

This is less a sign of his innocence, than of the power and influence wielded by Qatanani and the American Muslim Union. There was hardly a top New Jersey public official who did not come out for Qatanani. And that included both of the major candidates in the governor’s race, Governor Jon Corzine and Chris Christie.   Christie called Qatanani, “a man of great goodwill” and “a constructive force” and allowed Charles McKenna, one of his associate attorneys to testify on behalf of Qatanani.   Afterward Christie tapped McKenna to head New Jersey’s Department of Homeland Security. McKenna had spent a good deal of time on Muslim “outreach” and made numerous statements echoing their talking points.

The pioneering terrorism researcher, Steve Emerson called it, “a disgrace and an act of pure political corruption”.   He stated, “I know for certain that Christie and the FBI SAC had access to information about Qatanani’s background, involvement with and support of Hamas.”   Defending Qatanani required Christie to pit himself against the Department of Homeland Security, which wanted him deported.   But the Department of Homeland Security wasn’t running for office in New Jersey.   Christie was.

The first Imam of the Islamic Center of Passaic County, Mohammad El-Mezain, was convicted of funneling money to Hamas.   El-Mezain had actually boasted of raising almost 2 million dollars for Hamas.   And his replacement, Qatanani, actually was a member of Hamas. An ordinary politician might have been forgiven for not knowing this,  but Christie was the US Attorney for New Jersey.   It’s absolutely impossible that he would not have known the background of the Islamic Center of Passaic County.   Yet Christie attended a Ramadan dinner, in the same place where terrorists had fund-raised, and kissed Qatanani on the cheek.

Now Christie has nominated Sohail Mohammed, Qatanani’s former lawyer, to a Superior Court judgeship.   Sohail Mohammed is a board member of the American Muslim Union, [aka The Muslim Brotherhood] an organization that has interlocking leadership with groups that have fund-raised for Hamas and hosted a Hamas speaker.   The American Muslim Union is closely interlinked with Qatanani’s Islamic Center of Passaic County (ICPC).

Iman Qatanani

When five Muslims were convicted of plotting to murder US soldiers at New Jersey’s Fort Dix, American Muslim Union (AMU) president, Mohamad Younes, came out in their defense. When El-Mezain, the original Imam of the Islamic Center of Passaic County, was convicted, Younes claimed that he had only been convicted because he was a Muslim. The ICPC and the AMU shared five members in their leadership, which essentially makes them one and the same. Nominating an AMU board member is an indirect payoff to the Islamic Center of Passaic County’s own leadership… and to Mohammed Qatanani.

Sohail Mohammed defended suspected terrorist detainees and was the go-to man for local and national media looking for a good quote.   He lobbied against the use of both ‘Islamic’ in descriptions of Islamic terrorists, condemned the television show “24” for depicting Muslim terrorists and made an appearance outside the Qatanani trial. After the massacre of a Coptic Christian family,   Sohail Mohammed tried to have some Copts investigated for opposing Muslim attendance at their funeral. And most importantly, Sohail Mohammed was Qatanani’s original lawyer when the government began its case against him.

So after helping Mohammed Qatanani escape deportation, Christie then nominated his lawyer to a Superior Court judgeship.   Sohail is the second Muslim Superior Court judge in New Jersey after Hany Mawla.   And if you want a preview of New Jersey’s future, you can see it in Judge Hany Mawla conducting the swearing in ceremony for Mayor Mohamed T. Khairullah in Passaic County’s Prospect Park borough.   And the opening prayer for the event is delivered by none other than Imam Qatanani, leading a prayer in the name of Allah.

There’s still an American flag in place and the pledge of allegiance is recited, but those are symbols masking the hijacking taking place underneath the red, white and blue.

There have been setbacks.   The Democratic party had to dump Sami Merhi, when some of his comments sympathetic to terrorists came to light. But his friend Mohamed T. Khairullah made it through.  A critical flyer mailed out to local households was described as a hate crime and exploited by the media for the sympathy vote.    Corzine and the local Democratic machine moved Hawla from a civil rights commissioner to a superior court judge.   They put Sohail Mohammed on the same track. Christie could have stood up to the Democratic machine, but instead he sucked up to Passaic’s Islamists, first by aiding Qatanani and then by nominating his lawyer to a Superior Court Judgeship.

Some might compare the situation in Passaic County to France with its “no go zones” where the local authorities and non-Muslims cannot enter, but it’s actually a good deal worse. The government and the judiciary is being taken over, small pieces of Muslim ruled territory are being carved out and expanded with the support of the state’s leading politicians, who trade political support and campaign contributions for something dangerously close to treason.   It’s not just New Jersey.   America is being carved up this way, piece by piece. The areas with the highest Muslim population like Illinois,  Michigan and New Jersey are ground zero for the Islamist hijacking of America, using front groups, media friendly spokesmen, lawyers, leadership training and the slow climb up the ladder.

Imam Qatanani

If you wondered why Governor Christie intervened in the Ground Zero Mosque issue or why a New Jersey state employee who participated in a protest against the mosque by burning a few pages from the Koran, lost his job– you were only seeing the tip of a very large iceberg. In Muslim heavy states such as New Jersey, politicians and law enforcement have been largely suborned. In their attempt to co-opt Muslims, they instead have been co-opted by them. Who is really working for whom? Decide for yourself.

When American Muslim Union president Mohamed Younes was detained in Dubai, he knew exactly whom to call. The deputy director of New Jersey’s Office of Homeland Security who offered to vouch for him. Now remember Younes was a member of the board of trustees of a mosque that had conducted fund-raising for terrorists and whose Imam had been convicted of raising money for terrorists. But none of that mattered. No more than the IPCC’s history mattered to Christie. The very same Sohail Mohammed boasted that the deputy director of New Jersey’s Office of Homeland Security is “someone we can call 24/7”.

Is this what the people of New Jersey really want in their officials? It doesn’t matter, because they’re not being given a choice. And that’s the worst part of it. Whether you voted Corzine or Christie, you still ended up with a politician who was in bed with the IPCC and the AMU and who was going to nominate Sohail Mohammed to a Superior Court Judgeship. And that denotes a profound level of corruption that should cause intense scrutiny for any elected official from the Garden State who tries to run for national office. That includes Governor Christie who fought one brand of corruption, but surrendered to another, who was willing to stand up to the teacher’s union, but not to the terrorist’s union.

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This was so disheartening to read.   We are concerned and we should be.

Are there no unsullied people  running for office anymore?

The Left apparently went on the attack to the author’s article, so he has written an update to the article above dated January 23, 2011.

Responding to the Left on Sohail Mohammed

Additional Reading: According to the above articles, the Muslims are infiltrating our government at all levels as directed to do in their Goals to Destroy the U.S.

WTPOTUS:   Muslim Goals to Infiltrate and Destroy the U.S.





 

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15 responses to “Does New Jersey Governor Christie Pander to Muslims?

  1. Facts do matter, and I for one, will withhold judgment until all the facts are in about this matter. The author backed up his words with many citations from multiple sources, yet it is so hard to believe.

  2. Government Documents
    Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review
    Immigration Court: Newark, New Jersey
    In the Matter of Mohammad Qatanani in Removal Proceedings
    July 29, 2008

    The respondent is not admissible because:1) he has by fraud or willfully misrepresenting a material fact, sought to procure a visa, other documentation, or admission into the United States or other benefit provided under the Immigration and Nationality Act, …..and 1) because he has engaged in terrorist activity, see….The fact that the respondent has not been charged with being deportable from the United States pursuant to …is of no consequence to his inadmissibility under INA….since deportability has been established as charged in the Notice to Appear, and therefore the respondent bears the burden of proof as to eligibility for the requested relief.

    In addition to the two above grounds of inadmissibility, the respondent is ineligible for adjustment of status because he is deportable under INA…

  3. It is so hard to believe that I believe the guy has an agenda. He writes for a Canadian outlet. He has a blog. I find nothing about him on Wikipedia. He seems to be very pro-Israel and thus understandably anti-Muslim, but he seems to paint with a broad brush and ignores nuance. Some Jewish leaders apparently spoke in favor of this imam, too.

    We also have to be wary that the left will try to use our issues against anybody (like Palin and Christie) who seems to be a threat to their candidates. They hate Christie nearly as much as Palin. Why? Because he’s a HUGE threat to them.

    He doesn’t take guff. He speaks his mind. People like him and relate to him. He’s not afraid of the media. He defends his decisions and lets the chips fall where they may. This is everything we need in a politician and everything the left despises because they don’t want politicians who are responsive to the people and who can’t be cowed by the media and activists groups into supporting their progressive regime.

    They believe that we’re all rabid bigots. They believe we are Islamophobes. How better to tar one of our rising stars than to try to taint him with an accusation that he’s for sharia, the Ground Zero mosque, etc.? I’m not saying that’s this particular writer’s goal; as I said, he seems to be pro-Israel and anti-jihadist (aren’t we all) BUT he takes things to extreme. This will give the left ammunition to use against Christie. Remember how the left tried to connect Sarah Palin to George Soros through some guy who worked for her but happened at one point in the past to have worked for some entity somehow connected to Soros?

    Did this guy report this? (By the way, his links don’t work. AP story missing.)
    “As a prosecutor, McKenna developed the U.S. case AGAINST Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, accused of murdering Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.” http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2010/02/post_143.html
    McKenna is the lawyer that Christie “allowed” to testify in favor of the imam.

    More missing nuance from http://njjewishnews.com/njjn.com/091108/njImamPraisesJewish.html

    “In an interview with NJJN, Christie acknowledged the ‘paradox’ of his offering praise for Qatanani while another branch of the U.S. government involved in law enforcement was doing its best to have the cleric deported. ‘Yes, there is an apparent paradox, but these are two different branches of the U.S. government,’ said Christie. ‘My office is not involved in the immigration dispute.’ Christie said his comments at the annual Ramadan dinner, delivered before the judge’s decision, ‘were in no way a commentary on the dispute between the imam and DHS.’ Rather, he said, ‘they were a reflection of my office’s experience with the imam over the past seven years. After I came in, in the immediate aftermath of 9/11, we were looking to have a dialogue with the Muslim community, and we found Imam Qatanani to be a constructive force in attempting to strengthen our relations with that community.’ Christie noted that Charles McKenna, an assistant attorney in his office, was CALLED TO TESTIFY during Qatanani’s trial and stated that the imam has cooperated closely with law enforcement officials. Responses from local Jewish community leaders were decidedly less heated than Emerson’s. ‘I don’t think this decision is bad for the Jews as long as Qatanani is a good guy and promoting peace, as a number of grassroots leaders say he has,’ said Allyson Gall, NJ area director of the American Jewish Committee. ‘The court has made a decision and we have to abide by it.’ Rabbi Joshua Finkelstein, chair of intergroup affairs at the Jewish Community Relations Council of UJA-Federation of Northern New Jersey, said the decision was ‘good for all Americans, including our own community, when people who are accused are given an opportunity to go before an impartial judge and present evidence.'”

    So this author distorts a little. Christie didn’t speak out to ensure that the imam could stay in the US. He spoke at a Ramadan event and gave his honest opinion of his interactions with the imam. He’s a straight talker; he told the truth as he saw it. HE wasn’t advocating for the imam. The lawyer was CALLED to testify. He also seems to have given his honest opinion of what he knows about the imam. What’s he supposed to do on a witness stand, testify to something he doesn’t know? Lie and say that he knows or suspects that this imam is a radical? He was under oath. He probably was asked specific questions and carefully answered to the best of his ability. Since he prosecuted the Pearl case, I doubt that he’s a pro-Muslim attorney.

    Here’s another story: http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2008-09-04-Qatanani_N.htm?csp=34

    Being USA Today, it’s expected that the story would be pro-Muslim, anti-government, pro-let the Muslims stay. It characterizes Christie as a “supporter” of the imam and also IMPLIES that he testified, but I don’t think that he did. McKenna did, but he was subpoenaed, it sounds like. Isn’t that what “called to testify” means? “The judge found no credible evidence linking him to terrorism and wrote that family ties to a convicted terrorist do not make someone a terrorist.”

    Unfortunately, in some cases, that’s true. Our justice system requires the prosecutor (I know, not a criminal case, but this is an analogy) to make a case beyond a reasonable doubt and presumes that a person is innocent until proven guilty. We can’t deport someone just because of what someone else he knows, is associated with, or is related to MIGHT be guilty of. Guilt by association? If that becomes a crime or a deportable offense, we’ll be next. Dr. Kate is already an example of that horrible injustice. I’m not saying that this imam is NOT a practitioner of taquiyya. He may be. He may be like so many of these imams (Rauf, etc.) who pretend to be moderate and who use our own justice system against us. In this case, I’m happy that DHS was on the case (note that this happened pre-BO).

    That author does have a lot of sources and I didn’t check every one. But he seems to mischaracterize too often and he’s building a house of cards, “six degrees of Kevin Bacon-like”, if you know what I mean.

  4. I have friends in NJ and they told me last summer that Gov Christie attends their (Catholic) church and has for years. He sort of takes up a whole pew by himself, which is why they were telling me this. I am not Catholic but have noticed that the heirarchy seems to take the Muslim side in discussions having to do with Israel and European immigration. I find this disappointing. The Pope and the rest of the church’s leadership should show more concern for the safety of ALL Christians in the formerly Holy Land who have been living and worshipping there for hundreds of years before Mohammed made his presence known on the Arabian Peninsula and conquered his way north.

  5. Hi guys, …I read your articles all of the time. Great work being done here!

    OT. Do you ever feel a little unsecure by the ways of the ones in political power?

    For those who would like see their state provide for state presidential eligibility laws, please read the following article. Some states already have enacted eligibility laws, some states are in the process of enacting eligibility laws and some states have done nothing. The states with eligibility laws and proposed bills need refinement also. ‘jbjd’ has worked on this project for a while to provide a guideline for lawmakers to strongly consider. Please review, understand and send the information to your state representatives and senators. Why? The same thing could happen in 2012 and beyond. Thanks everyone!

    http://jbjd.org/2011/01/24/write-smart-eligibility-laws/comment-page-1/#comment-3597

    For those from Arizona, the newest eligibility law, HB 2544, came out today and only allows for what happened in 2008. They are taking the wrong route in trying to get an eligible presidential candidate.

    • Sorry, I meant to leave a link to the newest Az. eligibility bill.

      http://www.azleg.gov/FormatDocument.asp?inDoc=/legtext/50leg/1r/bills/hb2544p.htm

      • Hi, azgo. Welcome. Thanks for reading our articles. Thanks for that link. We do always follow jbjd. Sometimes, though, I need it short and sweet–bottom line–because I’m not a lawyer so don’t understand the nuances like jbjd does. Anyway, I read the AZ eligibility bill and I don’t see how it’s the same as in 2008. This part seems specific to me and is something not done in 2008:

        B. The affidavit [that they SHALL provide] prescribed in subsection A shall include references to and attachment of all of the following, which shall be sworn to under penalty of perjury:

        1. An original long form birth certificate that includes the date and place of birth, the names of the hospital and the attending physician and signatures of the witnesses in attendance. [Of course, it should be sent directly to the “ballot police” from the issuing agency. This could be a problem if they allow anybody to provide it and there’s no authentication of it.]

        2. A sworn statement attesting that the candidate has not held dual or multiple citizenship and that the candidate’s allegiance is solely to the United States of America.

        3. A sworn statement or form that identifies the candidate’s places of residence in the United States for the preceding fourteen years.

        C. If both the candidate and the national political party committee for that candidate fail to submit and swear to the documents prescribed in this section, the secretary of state shall not place that presidential candidate’s name on the ballot in this state.

  6. oh please, I can’t take it.
    Please, no.

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    http://cafr1.com/WebView/3/B/HealthandFreedomConference2010.html

  7. I was singing Christie’s praises for months after his election. It was all based on his handling of the Unions and the way he speaks. I loved watching all the videos out there of him, as well as his visits to Morning Joe.

    There is a reason why my name is Cynic! All of a sudden, every time I turned on my t.v., there he was. I’d like to know how many times he’s visited MSNBC. Joe Scarborough (a Republican???) sings his praises daily, and he did again this a.m.

    HMMM, let’s not get sucked in too quickly. Listen, watch, and learn. I just mentioned to my husband this past weeked that my radar has gone up on the guy. Actually, it went up a few months ago with this:
    http://hotair.com/archives/2010/09/03/oh-my-chris-christie-endorses-mike-castle/
    Then, Chris shows up at the State Dinner honoring Hu.
    Let’s watch/listen closely. What’s the difference between a Blue Dog Democrat and a RHINO?

    I wonder how many times Christie has visited the White House?

    • Welcome, Cynic. Thanks for your opinions and especially for that link. At least the HotAir story has links that work, unlike Greenberg’s. We have to take into account the state that Christie’s from, which explains the careful answers. But as a lawyer, he would be particular in what he says and try to be unbiased. There’s probably NO person in the world that all of us would agree with at all times. I like Christie because he speaks his mind and isn’t afraid of the media. And he’s certainly a fiscal conservative who’s willing to go up against the unions. I don’t watch MSNBC, ever, so I can’t say anything about Morning Joe (he WAS a Republican, swerved to the left when he got THAT job). The story you linked links to this:
      http://www.politico.com/blogs/maggiehaberman/0810/Christie_Both_sides_playing_politics_dont_paint_all_Muslims_as_radical_.html
      And there you have the probable reason why Christie was invited to that State Dinner. The Ground Zero Mosque falls under Christie’s authority because the Port Authority includes New Jersey, so Christie has a say in what happens to the Ground Zero site. My guess is that despite their political differences, Obama’s doing a full court press on Christie to get him to help approve that mosque. Christie’s opinion on the mosque is that it shouldn’t be a “political football”. I agree, but it shouldn’t be built at Ground Zero. Case closed.

      The other criticism of him is that he supports, apparently, “comprehensive immigration reform” where people, if they are illegal, may get a path to citizenship but have to go to the back of the line and may even have to go home first. He’s wrong on that.

      NOBODY who came here ILLEGALLY should EVER be rewarded with citizenship. NEVER. If they want to give them residency, fine. I don’t care. But they should NEVER be citizens, unless they NEVER are allowed to vote. There’s a penalty that I could live with if they insist on being “compassionate” by allowing illegal aliens to stay.

  8. Can this be true?
    There is a lot that is orchestrated that you never hear about.
    I’ll spare the Lame Cherry story about Deep Pineapple,
    adult language,
    instead I submit the Canadafreepress story:

    From Washington, DC: The Advent of the Pocket Messiah
    By Judi McLeod Tuesday, January 25, 2011

    imageFresh from the Chairman Hu Jintao State Dinner where Americans were played out on the ivory keys of a piano as “jackals”—but only because the music was beautiful—comes President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address.

    China and the US have so much more in common other than one once having been the other.

    In China, dissidents are sent to prison for criticizing the State on the Internet. In the U.S. dissidents smeared with accusations of their rhetoric having caused assassinations, are sent to Hell.

    One month after Christmas Eve to the day, tonight marks the advent of the Pocket Messiah.

    Raw emotion will be pumped from the omnipotent teleprompter and the message will go forth and multiply, courtesy of the mainstream media and the gullible in perfect concert.

    When the last sodden emotion has been drawn about how Obama saved the day and lives in the Tucson tragedy, the words “competitive” and “investment” will dominate the message to be taken out onto the street.

    How to be competitive in an environment where every means to compete has been taken away from entrepreneurs is something only a self-styled Messiah can do.

    If only one month ago was Christmas Eve, only one day ago, it was the news that General Motors Co. sold more cars and trucks in China last year than it did in the U.S. for the first time in the company’s 102-year history.

    Only conspiracy theorists would make something of Toyota losing its 2008 title to last year’s string of “embarrassing safety recalls” as global sales leader.

    Government Motors spokesman Tom Henderson said nothing had anything to do with Toyota.

    “A financially healthy and sustainable business that benefits our customers, stakeholders and employees takes precedence over any ranking. Our motivation is to be the best global company and let the numbers speak for themselves,” he said. (AP, Jan. 23, 2011).

    There’s no room for American competitiveness in a pre-styled global market that gave China all the advantages.

    For all of his glitter and statesman teleprompter perfect speech, the Messiah can only mouth America’s lesser place in the coming Brave New World.

    That world and China’s dominance in it was already arranged by One World Order advocates, UN Poster Boy Maurice Strong and Obama bagman George Soros.

    When no one was listening back in the days when Obama was a senator with nothing but a ghostwritten book to recommend him, Strong and Soros were working on a plan to have China replace the United States of America as the new economy.

    While Soros was on the scene trying to retire then-President George W. Bush, Strong had been off the public radar scene for more than a year after his alleged links to the UN Oil-for-Food scandal.

    It was a business partnership from Hell with the deadly duo vowing to flood the American market with cheap Chinese made cars.

    Hundreds of millions of dollars were poured into a Communist China automaker that was manufacturing the “Chery”.

    Marketed as “The Poor Man’s Wheels”, the Chery was said to have originated from yet another copycat China endeavour: “The Chery is a knockoff of the South Korean Spark, sold in the U.S. in partnership with General Motors. (WorldNetDaily, June 12, 2006).

    Indeed back in the days when GM was still General Motors and not Government Motors, it filed a lawsuit against Chery Automobile Co. for piracy of the car developed by its South Korean Daewoo. The company’s investigations concluded that the two vehicles “shared remarkably identical body structure, exterior design, interior design and key components.”

    Tonight the Messiah would have you believe that China came to the fore by the natural order of things.

    You do not have to watch. You do not have to listen.

    Meanwhile, may the real one protect freedom lovers everywhere from the Pocket Messiah.
    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/32498

  9. If Steve Emerson says it’s so, it’s so. I was a big proponent of Christie for a long time, but started getting suspicious when he refused to condemn the Ground Zero mosque. BTW, Miri, he has absolutely no say whatsoever in any capacity with regard to the mosque. NJ is not involved at all. The mosque is not on any property that the NY/NJ Port Authority runs. It’s a done deal anyway, with NYC approving it.

    Another suspicious thing is when he refused to join the 26 (?) states in the law suit against Obamacare. His excuse was NJ can’t afford it. It turns out that it would barely cost anything for NJ to join.

    Then he’s invited to honor a communist thug in the WH last week. Why would Obama even invite him? Does he feel a kinship toward Christie due to their mutual love of islam? After the State Dinner Christie’s comment was something to the effect that it was a wonderful State Dinner and it benefits all Americans. I’m sorry, I can’t find the exact quote, but I heard it earlier on the radio, and was shocked.

    There is a photo of Christie at a Ramadan dinner with the imam that Homeland Security is trying to deport.

    I’m afraid Christie is not who he seems. Yes, he’s against the teacher’s union, but he’s obviously for the American Muslim Union.

    I live right accross the river from NJ so I’ve been hearing about him for years and have liked him for a long time. His true colors seem to be surfacing. I feel so duped.

    • Welcome here Truth. Duped seems to be fashionable now…we are all wearing it lately…..

    • Thanks for the info. I said that about the Port Authority and Christie because that’s what the person at Politico wrote. I haven’t a clue if what she wrote is true; I just assumed she knew what she’s talking about and it did seem to give a possible reason why Obama invited Christie. Otherwise, your guess is as good as mine. It is QUITE suspicious that Christie was invited. His wife, too. Why them? When I posted the link to the guest list, I remarked on his inclusion because to me it seemed odd.

  10. Action Alert Against Sharia In New Jersey
    June 26, 2011

    Please immediately call, fax, or write Governor Christie to express your opposition to his appointment, and ask that, out of respect for 9/11, to withdraw his nomination of Sohail Mohammed to the Superior Court of New Jersey – NOW.

    On the Tenth-Year Anniversary of the murderous, Islamofascist terrorist attacks of 9/11, Governor Christie has seen fit to dishonor that day of infamy, and its still grieving nation, by continuing to actively and personally promote *his* appointment to the New Jersey Superior Court of a Passaic County Muslim attorney, who defended not only detainees of 9/11, but also the imam of a Passaic County mosque, the second largest mosque in the country, who is subject to deportation by the Department of Homeland Security due to his terrorist ties.

    The prior imam of that mosque was previously deported for such ties. Mr. Mohammed’s curious activity in defense of those with terrorist ties in other matters is highlighted in articles below that were previously distributed across the nation in January 2011. (See below.)

    It is unfathomable to think that Governor Christie could find no other well-qualified attorney from Passaic County, without such unacceptable ties, to nominate to the Superior Court of New Jersey. The question is: Why? Not only have the citizens of New Jersey actively opposed and/or questioned this nomination in the past, but also media commentators such as Mark Levin, Rush Limbaugh, Steve Malzberg, and many more. This is not just a New Jersey concern, but a national one. Our entire nation was attacked on 9/11.Our scars have not healed.

    http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/legislativepub/calendar/062111.htm
    http://www.patriotactionnetwork.com/forum/topic/show?id=2600775%3ATopic%3A4453836&xgs=1&xg_source=msg_share_topic

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