Crazy Shelia Jackson Lee: Hey, We Need To Worry About Christian Militants, Too!
Someone forgot to include the Prozac in her coffee cup again
(CNSNews.com) — At a congressional hearing on Muslim radicalization in U.S. prisons, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) said that investigators needed to analyze Christian militants in America because they too might try to “bring down the country.”
In an exchange with witness Patrick Dunleavy, the former deputy inspector of the criminal intelligence unit, New York Department of Correctional Services, Rep. Jackson Lee mentioned the case of a man who blew up an abortion clinic and proposed that this perhaps was an attempt to undermine U.S. law that allows a woman to procure an abortion.
Rep. Lee then said, “As we look to be informational, we should include an analysis of how Christian militants or others might bring down the country. We have to look broadly, do we not?”
Dunleavy answered: “I don’t know that Christian militants have foreign country backing or foreign country financing.”
But, but, but, they’re Christian militants! They hang out in their own mini-fortresses deep in the mountains and woods, and want all government to just leave them the hell alone, as they wait for the country to collapse.
Sadly, Lee wasn’t just using this as a way to deflect from the investigation into Islamist radicalization in US prisons, but, something she truly believes. Because one guy blowing up an abortion clinic is trying to bring down the whole country, in her world view, which is just like Islamists hijacking planes to take down the US economy and attempting to kill 50,000+ Americans. Perhaps if someone told Jackson Lee that the Islamists are 100% against abortion on demand, think (and use) rape as a weapon, and are misogynists, she’d finally realize how dangerous Islamist radicalization is.
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