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Thursday, June 14, 2018
Federal judge bows to CAIR, orders special nighttime Ramadan meals for Muslim inmates in Washington state prisons
By Christine Douglass-Williams / Jihad Watch
A federal judge on Monday ordered Washington state prisons to provide nighttime meals to Muslim inmates observing Ramadan….The ruling comes in response to a lawsuit from the Muslim advocacy group the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which accused the state’s corrections department of violating inmates’ constitutional rights. There have been similar requests, lawsuits and accommodations […]
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As I note in the tweet below, the enemedia’s reception of President Trump’s remarkable meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and North Korea’s agreement to end its nuclear program is in stark contrast to that same media’s ecstatic response to Barack Obama’s disastrous Iran deal. But in Iran, they were screaming “Death to America” even as the deal was being signed. This case is completely different: there is every sign that North Korea is ending its belligerence. But the enemedia is now suddenly crying for the verification that they couldn’t have cared less about in regard to Iran.
Their hypocrisy is stark and glaring.
Read entire article here: https://gellerreport.com/2018/06/kim-de-nuking-quickly.html/Laughable. The enemedia and leftwing goosesteppers CHEERED a catastrophic nuclear deal with an unrepentant, unremorseful murdering theocracy who spit in our eye as we doled out billions to them & continue to incite war against us. Kim groveled before us, Iran spit on us. #effoff https://t.co/UHppoOTXx8— Pamela Geller (@PamelaGeller) June 13, 2018
Developing now, Thursday, June 14, 2018, Flag Day - and President Trump's birthday
- New details on the Hillary Clinton email investigation are expected Thursday when the Justice Department’s inspector general releases his report
- Following the Trump-Kim summit, the Pentagon is expected to cancel the next scheduled joint military exercise with South Korea, a senior administration official says
- Republican lawmakers accuse Justice Department officials of trying 'to hide information' on the FBI's alleged 'spygate' scandal as the war of words escalates between the GOP and DOJ
- White House press secretary Sarah Sanders pushes back on a report that she plans to leave the Trump administration
- The 2018 FIFA World Cup begins Thursday as host Russia squares off against Saudi Arabia, one day after a U.S.-led coalition won the right to host the 2026 tournament in North America