Skip to comments.Rep. King's Muslim Radicalization Hearing [LIVE THREAD]
Posted on 03/10/2011 7:23:38 AM PST by US Navy Vet
Post comments here please.
King used 5 minutes for opening comments.
Bernie Sanders used 10
Ellison used 15 and started crying.
Sheila Jackson Lee tried to appeal the rules to allow EVERY board member to speak, in other words, we’d be listening to Lee blab on until 2pm.
Keith Ellison bawling his eyes out. LOL
democrats staging their usual performance art. What’s next? Puppets!
First few minutes were commented on here. Live Thread good, thanks USN Vet.
Drinking words: demonize, McCarthy.
Is that the Sheila Jackson Lee we're talkng about?
It’s about time they got underway
Admin Mod please claose this thread out. I do not want to compete with other live threads on this topic.
I just put it on CSPAN 1 and CSPAN 2 (on my Direct TV sat.) and on the bottom of the screen it says “Muslim hearings on CSPAN 3.”
Problem is, I either don’t have or can’t find CSPAN 3.
As far as I know you can only watch this hearing online
Proves Ellison is a good Muslim, being able to cry while lying.
Thanks golas. That works.
Dr. Zuhdi Jassar is on now, excellent speaker for for this hearing being that he is muslim and is explaining the threat that Islam is being hijacked for a radical political movement. Saying that we’ve (society) become over sensitive about discussing the radicalization and threat of Islam.
Thanks for posting....anybody got a good email address for Rep King so we can send a THANK YOU for his courage to do the right thing?
Jasser is one of only a tiny handful of muslims I trust. Mostly its because he’s a muslim who says that we shouldn’t trust muslims till they earn it.
He’s JD Hayworth’s personal physician BTW.
Found the webmail link for Peter King....please join me in sending him a THANK YOU for his courage!
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