Recently a woman went to a Trump rally wearing a shirt that read “I Come in Peace” and wearing a head scarf. She sat behind Trump and said that she was going to stand up whenever he said anything that she found offensive.
Eventually, she stood up and was then escorted out of the rally. She claimed she was not there to disrupt the rally. If she wasn’t there to disrupt, why did she wear the shirt to draw attention to herself? If she didn’t want to disrupt, why did she choose to sit behind him where the vast majority of people would see her standing up in protest? Her actions conflict with her statements and therefore show her motives not to be what she claims.
Following her peaceful removal from the rally the group CAIR issued a statement demanding that Trump apologize to this Muslim woman. What is CAIR? CAIR is the Council on American-Islamic Relations. CAIR was by its own admissions supporting terrorist organizations in the past and may still be doing so. CAIR has been identified as The United Arab Emirates as a US based terrorist group.
This group supports a religion that demeans women and considers them at best third or fourth class citizens. This religion that allows ‘honor killings’ and stoning of women who are accused, not proven to be guilty, but accused of infidelity to their husband. Yet, they want Trump to apologize to this woman and other Muslims.
I have no love for Trump and would not vote for him if he was the only candidate, but I also dislike this type of untruthful propaganda.
I would not doubt that this woman was prompted by the democratic party as it is a common tactic, although if someone demonstrates at a democratic rally they media labels the demonstrators as haters, but in this case, the media is trying to make this woman a victim or martyr.