Update April 30th: Well, this is strange. The little counter hasn’t moved since I signed the petition yesterday. I did see it moving up during the day as readers here (and elsewhere must have signed it). This morning I see it’s at 3,220! Could the White House be pulling a Marco Rubioand stopping its count? Are you getting that 3,220 figure today too?
Yesterday a reader (Joseline) commenting to the Laura Ingraham post, alerted us to a White House petition to Stop all Islamic immigration into the US.
Here is the text of the petition:
In the wake of the Newtown shootings, the Obama administration thought they should overstep their Constitutional authority to impose gun control. Now in light of the Boston bombings and the direct ties to Islam, I’m…
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Judge Jeanine Pirro’s opening statement on Saturday’s ‘Justice’ was a rant for the ages, and I suspect she speaks for a great many Americans, including me.
She didn’t pull any punches as she excoriated mama jihadi for her for having the audacity to complain about America after what her sons did, and the Obama Regime for their failures in the war on terror.
Transcript via Fox News:
In New York Harbor stands a mighty woman with a torch, beckoning the huddled masses yearning to breathe free, and the wretched refuse from tempest tossed shores to her as she lifts her lamp beside the golden door.
And they were by all accounts just that — a family fleeing a tyrannical government. A family seeking political asylum. The very people to whom that mighty woman holds out her welcoming torch.
This week, as America wakens from the nightmare visited upon…
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Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, the mother of Boston bombers Tamerlan and Dzhohkar Tsarnaev, told her sons to go to Palestine to fight the jihad.
Instead her sons planted bombs at the Boston Marathon.
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The Commentator reported:
The mother of the alleged Boston Marathon bombers spoke with her older son about going to “Palestine”, as reported by the Al Arabiya network.
In a conversation tapped by Russian authorities, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva suggested that her sons go to Palestine during a discussion about jihad. The Russian security service intercepted the 2011 phone conversation as part of a wider monitoring programme, the fruits of which have now been turned over to US officials.
Russia told the FBI in early 2011 that they believed Tamerlan, 26, and his mother were religious extremists. Following what the Associated Press called a “limited inquiry,” the FBI closed the case in June 2011.
Read more here.