Thursday, September 19, 2019

The question is why do these people flock to Democrats/Nasty women

Anti-Israel Activist Voted Off Women’s March Board After Two Days

She has repeatedly denigrated Memorial Day, U.S. Troops

  • Sen. Bernie Sanders and Zahra Billoo/ Twitter Screenshot
    Zahra Billoo, who has been outspoken about her hatred of Israel and Memorial Day, was voted off the board of the Women's March Wednesday night after serving only two days.
    Billoo, the executive director of the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, took to Twitter early Thursday to announce the Women's March severed ties with her. In her 25-tweet thread, she blames an "Islamophobic smear campaign" and "right-wingers" for the scrutiny she and her colleagues have received.
    "This followed an Islamophobic smear campaign led by the usual antagonists, who have long targeted me, my colleagues, and anyone else who dares speak out in support of Palestinian human rights and the right to self-determination," Billoo tweeted.

Birthright citizenship must be abolished


The woman has earned herself a trip to federal prison

When the State can determine your religious beliefs, you know you're in the Communist workers paradise..


Even if it violates their beliefs



California lawmakers passed a resolution this month telling "religious groups" — including Christian pastors and churches — to "embrace" the LGBTQ worldview, even if it contradicts the moral values of those religious groups.

Assembly Concurrent Resolution 99, introduced by Democratic Assemblyman Evan Low, also mentions what many believe are problems with so-called "conversion therapy," or counseling for people struggling with same-sex attraction.
The resolution calls on "all Californians," including religious groups, to "embrace" the "individual and social benefits of family and community acceptance" of LGBTQ people.
"[T]he Legislature calls upon religious leaders to counsel on LGBTQ matters from a place of love, compassion, and knowledge of the psychological and other harms of conversion therapy," the resolution states.
The resolution also blames "religious groups" for causing high rates of harm and isolation among the LGBTQ community.
"The stigma associated with being LGBTQ often created by groups in society, including therapists and religious groups, has caused disproportionately high rates of suicide, attempted suicide, depression, rejection, and isolation amongst LGBTQ and questioning individuals," the resolution declares.

The resolution overwhelmingly passed the California Senate and House this month. It did not require Gov. Gavin Newsom's (D) signature because it has no legal force. Instead, the resolution simply states the position of the California Legislature.
While Democratic lawmakers do not believe the resolution amounts to religious discrimination, Republican lawmakers have a much different perspective.
Republican state Sen. Andreas Borgea said the resolution's passage should "concern all of us" because it is "treading into freedom of speech territory."
"When an individual seeks therapy or guidance before a religious leader, whether it be a mosque, a temple, or a church, that's a private setting. … To disallow or create the pathway where we tell individuals they cannot say certain things should give us pause," he said, according to the Christian Post.
Indeed, Greg Burt of the California Family Council told the Epoch Timesthe resolution gives the government power to "coerce" people who disagree with the LGBTQ lifestyle.
"We believe in free speech. They [the legislators] have every right to criticize our position, but the state government does not have the right to use its power to coerce us to change. And that's where we believe this resolution is heading," he said.