America is finally starting to fight back against the Muslim invasion, even if it is only one state at a time.
Montana is spearheading legislation to keep Sharia Law from being implemented within its borders, this time FOR GOOD. Senate Bill 97, which was proposed by Sen. Keith Regier, prohibits state courts from using foreign laws, just advanced in the House with a 56-44 vote. (via Billings Gazette).
It is truly astonishing how the Democrats have such little respect for our founding fathers, that they were able to muster up 44 votes to ensure the savage ideals of Sharia Law remaining an option for U.S judges to force on the American people.
The fact that even “moderate” Muslims view Sharia Law as being superior to our American common law system is not only disturbing, but also nightmarish. Liberals can’t even concede to the notion that foreign laws should not be used in the American court system, ever!
Democrats are still hanging on to the idea laws such as Senate Bill 97 are “anti-Muslim,” but that is far from the case. Sharia is beyond extreme — just ask any woman who has been disfigured “legally” by her spouse because she merely glanced at another man.
The fact is these migrants have no respect for our way of life, period. They are blatantly trying to turn America into an extension of the Middle East, and We the People will not allow that to happen.
Putting the Islamic religion aside for a second, how arrogant does one have to be to literally get “upset” that a country who accepts them with open arms will not just willingly accept them imposing THEIR ridiculous laws on our people?
As a self-proclaimed patriot and staunch supporter of the Constitution, I had to take a moment of solitude to reflect on the men and women who risk their lives every day to uphold the rights we as Americans often take for granted, and I will NOT let the left use the same old guilt-trip tactics to coerce my feelings and try to convince me Sharia Law is anything but barbaric, third world, utter nonsense.
You know your position is garbage when you are forced to use and exploit the whole “think about the children” argument — as Democrat Rep. Laurie Bishop so clearly demonstrated. “Let’s not forget the roots of this bill,” she said. “Let’s not forget that our children are watching.”
Yes, I agree, Ms. Bishop: our children ARE watching — and the last thing I want them to see is someone getting stoned to death in the local park because they decided to draw a cartoon which had a slight resemblance to Islam’s prophet.
A final vote on the new legislation will take place on Tuesday, and will then head to the governor’s desk for his signature or veto.
For the sake of judicial precedent and the preservation of American rights we have fought to uphold, let’s pray Governor Steve Bullock makes the right decision and that we can all view Montana as a leader in taking a stand on what is fundamentally right.
If the bill passes and it is signed into law, Montana will be setting the example every state in our republic needs to follow.
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