Obama’s Muslim Friend Announces Run For Congress and Has 1 Chilling Goal For America

It concerns many in America when we see the huge surge in Muslim’s getting jobs in positions of power and political leadership roles, and this should concern us all. A former Obama appointee to the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inter-governmental Affairs, Fayrouz Saad, is now running for Congress.

The DHS has been infiltrated by many who would have sought to use their position to harm Americans if they had been given enough time. One of the most troublesome people who was appointed to positions within DHS by Obama was Mohamed Elibiary, who believes that the U.S. is an Islamic country and that the return of the caliphate is “inevitable.” Elibiary was appointed by Obama to the DHS Advisory Council and was later promoted to Homeland Security Senior Adviser.

For quite some time, his twitter profile incorporated the pro-Muslim Brotherhood hand signal, “R4BIA.” Only a few years ago, he was one of the speakers at a December 2004 conference in Dallas named “A Tribute to the Great Islamic Visionary.” The visionary in question was none other than the founding father of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Ayatollah Khomeini. Elibiary was openly supportive of terrorism organizations during his career with DHS. He has since resigned.

According to Creeping Sharia :

She’s a former Obama appointee who has worked to bring more Muslims to Michigan and give them more taxpayer dollars. Her platform includes expanding Medicaid and granting amnesty to illegal aliens. Source: Fayrouz Saad announces run for Congress, plans to challenge Dave Trott

Born and raised in Dearborn, Michigan, Northville resident Fayrouz Saad is the product of hard working parents who immigrated from Lebanon more than 40 years ago. “It really starts with my parents,” Saad said. “Moving to Michigan for the American Dream. They started a small business in Detroit’s Eastern Market. A very typical story. And I learned a lot from what they were able to accomplish. Really saw how hard work can make a difference for families.”

On Thursday, Saad, the director of Detroit’s Office of Immigrant Affairs announced that she is running for Congress in Michigan’s 11th Congressional District in 2018. Saad said she feels that the American Dream her parents had access to is at stake; she wants to ensure that citizens have a way to thrive and not solely get by.

Saad, 34, earned undergraduate degrees in political science and psychology from the University of Michigan in 2004 and a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government in 2015. “After college, I started off as part of the Kerry presidential campaign,” Saad said. “And that was a really great experience because I got to understand the district better.”

Saad’s work as a field organizer in the 11th District for Democrat John Kerry’s 2004 campaign for president gave her an initial taste for public service; she went on to work for the late Democratic State Rep. Gino Polidori in 2005. He passed away in 2014. Saad added that she feels strongly about the fight to protect and expand Medicaid by ensuring Americans have reliable healthcare and that citizens shouldn’t be worried they might be among the millions left without care.

She has watched the change in the nation since President Trump’s administration took office and she has deeply felt how his immigration ban has affected many people. “I believe we need immigration reform,” Saad said. “I believe that part of that should be a pathway to citizenship. The way to do it is not the way the Trump administration is doing it. It’s not by leaving people guessing what is going to happen next. Not by living in fear or tearing families apart; we aren’t going to play into a narrative that divides.”

In 2009, Saad accepted an appointment by President Obama to the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. There, she worked on relationships with the immigrant population and the government by being a liaison between them and elected officials; she also worked on issues regarding cybersecurity, national security and law enforcement. “It was a great experience,” she said. “I had spent my entire career in Michigan. It allowed me the opportunity to understand how federal government works on the inside.”

Saad’s most recent work in public service began in 2015 when Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan appointed her as the city’s first director of immigrant affairs. She recently ended her appointment to prepare for her run for congress. Another of Obama’s Muslim appointees to the Department of Homeland Security – despite having absolutely no experience other than being Muslim. They likely contributed significant finances to Obama and were repaid well.

Judicial Jihad is well on its way to fruition in America, and something has to be done about it, or we will loose our country just as so many others have.

H/T [ Creeping Sharia ]

 

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