SHOCK VIDEO: Minnesota Muslims Want Sharia Law And Would Rather Live In This Muslim Nation Than America! (VIDEO)

Our liberal friends are fond of reminding us that most Muslims aren’t terrorists, and obviously they’re correct. I don’t think anyone outside of their caricatures of what a conservative is ever claimed they were.

While most Muslims aren’t terrorists, most support the same end goal that all Islamic terrorists want: life under Sharia law. Just look at the statistics below, which were compiled by the non-partisan Pew Research Center.


Nearly all Muslims in Afghanistan (99%) and most in Iraq (91%) and Pakistan (84%) support sharia law as official law. But in some other countries, especially in Eastern Europe and Central Asia – including Turkey (12%), Kazakhstan (10%) and Azerbaijan (8%) – relatively few favor the implementation of sharia law.

So clearly there’s a divide between Islam and the West. Even when the majority of Muslims oppose groups like ISIS, they aren’t opposed by the barbaric rules they implement in their territory.

So what do the Muslims of America believe? As Truthfeed reports:

The state of Minnesota is home to a large number of Somali Muslims refugees.

It’s clear that these refugees have no desire to assimilate to our American culture.

As a matter of fact, when asked, these refugees actually would prefer it if there was sharia law – and abusive set of rules that demean women and gays.

Why are we allowing people into our country that do not share our values, and who hate gays and treat women like second-class citizens?

Watch below:

This is absolutely insane.

Barack Obama has brought in 10,000 Muslim refugees from Syria, and when she was still a Presidential candidates, she had plans to bring in another 55,000. Thank God she lost.

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