Huma Abedin & Tea Party
Huma Mahmood Abedin (born 1976) is a deputy chief of staff and aide to US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. A tea party is a formal, ritualized gathering for afternoon tea./5
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Obama has gone so far as to allow a known extremist group— the Muslim Brotherhood –to infiltrate the White House. They've been given access to everything, putting our national security in harm's way. It'll send chills down your spine to learn that one of them, Huma Abedin, is Hillary Clinton's chief of staff. Another, Mohamed Elibiary, is a member of the Department of Homeland Security's Advisory Council. Both have intimate ties to the extremist group. America I encourage you to get involved, join your local Tea Party, we are definitely making a difference, remember there is strength in numbers, and if you do join a $ 5 dollar donation will go a long way, we have to stop the traitor Obuma!!!
Michele Bachmann, a three-term House member and erstwhile 2012 GOP presidential candidate, is closely associated with the Tea Party movement and right-wing social activism. She founded the Tea Party Caucus in the House, and her most fervent supporters tend to be right-wing conservatives. Bachmann stoked controversy in the summer of 2012 when she and four House Republican colleagues sent letters to various federal agencies alleging that the Muslim Brotherhood may have “penetrated” the U.S. government. Citing allegations first leveled by Frank Gaffney and the hard-line neoconservative Center for Security Policy, the authors demanded that the agencies “conduct an investigation of the extent to which [Muslim Brotherhood] influence operations may have contributed to a fundamental misunderstanding of the Muslim Brotherhood by U.S. intelligence” and made the intelligence community “susceptib[le] to subversion.” Echoing another Gaffney charge, Bachmann specifically accused Huma Abedin, a Muslim Ame ...
Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) suggested Monday that the family of Huma Abedin -- a top aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton -- is "deeply entrenched" in the Muslim Brotherhood, echoing a controversial crusade launched by his Tea Party allies in the House. Earlier this summer, Rep. Michele Bachmann ...
Michelle Bachmann needs to be locked up in an insane asylum. How stupid and flatout bigotrd do you have to be to accuse Huma Abedin of ties to the Muslim Brotherhood??!! She is married to Anthony Weiner, a Jewish, pro Israeli left winger and she is a Muslim. Death threats anyone???. Oh wait, the Tea Party doesn't know she had death threats for marrying a non Muslim man.because they aren't really anti Shariah, they're just anti brown people
Another week is almost gone and another storm brewing due to Tea Party arrogance. It can be Michelle Bachman's attack on Huma Abedin, a loyal american. It can be Joe Arpaio's birther allegations. It can Be Russel Pierce's insinuation that the Colorado movie shootings were the work of an anti judeo- christian fanatic. From wherever you watch the ongoing scene it seems that the Right wing/ Tea Party/ Gop is bent on destroying someone's good name.
Michele Bachmann has made a career out of inflammatory comments, but this time she’s gone too far. Last week, Bachmann baselessly attacked Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin and Democratic Congressman Keith Ellison, accusing them of having connections to the Muslim Brotherhood. So far, Congresswoman Bachmann is showing no sign of relenting with her McCarthy-like attacks against these public servants. You would assume that such a strong accusation against a standing U.S. Congressman and top State Department official would be backed by some strong evidence. Instead, Bachmann has only given us a bumbling, shameless account by six degrees of separation. Outrageous conspiracy theories may exist in the dark corners of the internet, but they don’t belong in the halls of Congress. Even the Tea Party deserves to have smarter representatives than Michelle Bachmann.
When Rep Anthony Wiener defends his wife Huma Abedin and nobody laughs, you know Michelle Bachmann and the Tea Party has screwed up.
"These attacks on Huma have no logic, no basis and no merit. And they need to stop now," said McCain, the 2008 Republican presidential nominee and its top voice on defense policy. "I have every confidence in Huma's loyalty to our country, and everyone else should as well. All Americans owe Huma a debt of gratitude for her many years of superior public service. I hope these ugly and unfortunate attacks on her can be immediately brought to an end and put behind us before any further damage is done to a woman, an American, of genuine patriotism and love of country." Senator John McCain regarding the Tea Party's vicious Mc Carthy like attacks on Huma Abedin a patriotic American.
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