Ayaan Hirsi Ali used to be a Muslim, then she woke up. After coming to grips with the harsh realities of the religion, Ali turned her back on “the one who shall-not-be-drawn!”
Back in August 2020, Ali appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight. She told the Fox News host something very disturbing about then-presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Check this out, via Fox News:
Carlson played several clips from the July 20 remarks, in which Biden vowed to end Trump’s “Muslim ban on day one” of his administration and stated, “I wish we taught more in our schools about the Islamic faith. I wish we talked about all the great confessional faiths.”
According to Ali, elsewhere in his speech, Biden said, “‘If you see something wrong’ — and he quotes the Prophet Muhammad — ‘use your hand. If you can’t use your hand, use your tongue and if you can’t use your tongue, use your heart.'” What he’s basically doing from that point onwards is enforcing Sharia law and it is vigilantism on steroids.
“If you’re a Muslim, [if] you grew up within Islam trying to reform it, or [are] just a good American Muslim, you’re being confronted with … a candidate for a major political party who’s basically saying ‘Let’s enforce Sharia law,” Ali went on. “I’m with him on ‘Let’s fight [anti-Muslim] discrimination, we should not be bullying Muslim children’ … but I don’t know who puts these words in his mouth and I’m alarmed.”
And who could forget the time when Joe said guns have killed 150 million Americans since 2007?
Biden claims firearms have killed more than half of the U.S. population since 2007 pic.twitter.com/a679hcVbYg
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) February 26, 2020
The "Moderators" are as dumb and useless as the candidates.
It's clear they can't fact check in realtime or anytime for that matter.
— Elle (@GlentiesElle) February 26, 2020
I caught that and thought that I was mistaken, the lies are big on the stage tonight!
— kevin wood (@kevinatthelake) February 26, 2020
Between that and net neutrality it’s a miracle any of us are still alive.
— Kaiser Bill 🔰 (@WaivedSAP) February 26, 2020
There should be more houses for sale then. A lot of abandoned cars also.
— Rays Boom Boom Room (@rayhoyle) February 26, 2020
I wondered where all of those people went.
— Boomer Rube (@JCHawkins8) February 26, 2020
Did Joe mean to say 1.5 million? Still a lot, obviously, but not even kind of close to 150 million.