A House Resolution that threatens to impose some of the central tenets of Sharia law in America now has 115 co-sponsors in Congress. House Resolution 569 is dishonestly titled, "Condemning violence, bigotry and hateful rhetoric towards Muslims in America."
The resolution condemns anyone who speaks the truth about Islam as a bigot and declares their speech to be "hate speech" worthy of criminal punishment. The resolution even declares support for Islamic garb in the workplace, such as hijabs or head-to-toe burqas for female employees.
The big concern is that House Speaker Paul Ryan in his Islamomania will allow this pro-Sharia resolution to make it to the House floor for a full vote.
If this resolution is allowed to pass, it could later be resubmitted as binding legislation as part of a larger bill, such as one of the 1,000-plus page spending bills that no in Congress bothers to read.
This is the most dangerous resolution in Congress today.
Democrats are supporting this resolution because, let's face it, they are socialists and socialists want to control your speech and thoughts.
They are deathly afraid of Christianity which promotes freedom and therefore the Democrats will even support a resolution that favors Islam and Sharia law. The progressive leftists in America have fought tooth and nail to kill off the church and this resolution is just the latest example of that!
This resolution tramples on the First Amendment and sets up musselmen as a special privileged class in America - just as Sharia law does in all Muslim countries!
Paul states in 2 Corinthians 3:12, "Therefore, since we have such hope, we use great boldness of speech." The literal translation of this verse means "we use great freedom of speech."
Muslim countries deny all non-Muslims freedom of speech, just as House Resolution 569 does. You could face the death penalty in many Islamic countries for speaking the TRUTH about Islam, assuming that you are not stoned to death by an angry mob before the trial even takes place.
Americans must not allow this insane resolution to make it out of committee or to receive a full vote on the House floor.
By Charles Benninghoff