Travelers landing at the Dallas Fort Worth Airport arrived on a horrifying scene in the terminal they weren’t expecting when a swarm of disgusting Muslims decided to take over. Before anyone could stop them, they began forcing a foul Islamic ritual on these innocent people who wanted no part in it.
While mostly peaceful protests took place at airports around the country over the weekend, what happened in Dallas wasn’t like the rest. The media actually refused to show the reality of what happened since it would destroy their narrative that Muslims are great and should be allowed into the U.S. no matter what terrorist-tied country they come from.
The mayor of Dallas announced that Muslim travelers were welcome at his airport and apologized profusely to those who had been detained at DFW, in a complete show of defiance to our president’s executive order on the matter. No sooner did he fall all over himself and shower these detained Muslim travelers with gifts, that hundreds of Muslims swarmed where he just stood to profess his appreciation for their culture and displayed their dominance.
Filling the area in and around the baggage claim, Muslims from all over Dallas began participating in a loud Arab call to prayer as a form of protest against President Trump’s ban. Although they called it a protest, it was a really a show of power as they forced everyone around them to listen to this obnoxious ritual and blocked them from getting around them. They are clearly trying to take over America with their beliefs and liberals are trying their hardest to let it happen.
— DMN Photo (@dallasnewsphoto) January 29, 2017
Christians or Jews would never be able to religiously gather in an airport in an Islamic country because Muslims wouldn’t allow it. Even in America, it wouldn’t be allowed without the left losing their minds over it, but yet they think this massive public prayer is acceptable. The revolt against Trump’s ban is empowering to Muslims who are laughing at us and taking advantage of the situation for their ultimate gain.