As World Crumbles From Islamic Terror Attacks – CAIR Hands Out Chewing Gum at RNC to Treat ‘Islamophobia’

You know – I thought a “phobia” was supposed to be an irrational fear?

Is there really anything irrational in fearing Islam as a political ideology? Given its track record, I can’t say I see what’s irrational about it.

So why does the term “Islamophobia” continue to be hurled around as an insult? Because it can be used to shut up any argument against Islam without having to actually make an argument. It’s the religious equivalent of shutting someone down by merely calling them a “racist” to automatically invalidate anything they say.

The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), which is designated as a terrorist organization by the United Arab Emirates, made a trip down to Cleveland for the RNC, to try to treat the non-existent problem of Islamophobia.

Via The Gateway Pundit

As the world reels from shocking Islamist terror attacks in the U.S, France, Turkey, Iraq, Belgium, Malaysia, Somalia, Saudi Arabia and sex assaults by Muslim ‘rapefugees’ just about everywhere in recent months, the Hamas/ Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR (Council on American Islamic Relations) is handing out chewing gum at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio that mockingly purports to treat ‘chronic Islamophobia’.

The text on the front of the packaging reads:

Multi-symptom relief for chronic Islamophobia
Maximum Strength Formula Treats
Blind Intolerance
Unthinking Bigotry
Irrational Fear of Muslims
U.S. Presidential Election Year Scapegoating
Take Two and Call a Muslim in the Morning
WARNING: May result in peaceful coexistence”

CAIR Gum RNC Twitter Dale

According to inside sources, this ploy was effective in curing a total of zero people of their “Islamophobia.”

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