Michigan’s most conservative candidate for Governor, Republican Senator Patrick Colbeck is no stranger to running against the liberal media, the intolerant Democrat Party or the RINO’s in his own Party. In 2012, Patrick Colbeck, an aerospace engineer, and newly elected MI Senator came under fire by the media and the Democrat Party, as he led the fight to make Michigan a right-to-work state. Colbeck stood up to angry, and sometimes violent union members, as he fought to give Michigan workers the right to join or to decline membership in unions that almost exclusively support Democrat politicians and leftist policies. His fight against the Democrat Party and the swamp didn’t end with right-to-work, however.
Fast forward to 2018, and Colbeck finds himself in the middle of another high-profile battle. This time, the fight is against the intolerant Democrat Party and their friends in the media, who are attempting to destroy his gubernatorial campaign, for having the audacity to reveal his Democrat opponent’s ties to CAIR.
Last week, The Detroit News reported that Buzzfeed, a liberal activist publication, first reported on Colbeck’s comments, highlighting video of a presentation he told The Detroit News was made this month during a “see something, say something” forum with retired Homeland Security Officer Philip Haney.
The second-term state senator from Canton Township alleged a “civilization jihad” plot by Muslims to “change our system of government” in America by implementing Sharia law. The effort includes obtaining “positions of influence,” he said, noting Hamtramck now has the first Muslim-majority City Council in the country.
“But we also have somebody I will also likely be running against in the general election, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, whose parents apparently have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood back in Egypt,” Colbeck said in one clip. “This is scary stuff.”
Colbeck clarified his remarks by saying, “I’m not casting aspersions on all Muslims, just those affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood.”
Watch Colbeck’s very important remarks here:
So, who is CAIR, and why should we care about a claim by MI Senator Patrick Colbeck that Democratic Party candidate for governor, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed has ties to this group?
Here’s how the Center for Security Policy describes CAIR: Since its founding in 1993, the Council for American Islamic Relations (CAIR) has presented itself publicly as a benign Muslim American “civil rights organization.” From that time to this, however, the United States government has known that CAIR actually is an entity founded by the Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestinian franchise: Hamas, a group officially designated since 1994 as a terrorist organization.
Evidence of CAIR’s true character as a U.S.-based instrument for political warfare and fundraising for Hamas – and the federal government’s certain knowledge of the truth – did not come to light until the largest terrorism financing trial in the nation’s history: the 2007-2008 Holy Land Foundation prosecution. In the course of that trial, FBI Agent Laura Burns testified about, and helped explain, the transcripts of wiretap surveillance conducted in the course of two planning sessions leading up to the organizational meeting of CAIR held in Philadelphia in October 1993 and during the meeting itself. Specifically, she presented proof that CAIR’s mission was to assist “Sister Samah,” its founders’ hardly opaque code-name for Hamas, as the prospect of its terror designation loomed.
Watch this short video explaining the ties to CAIR and terror group Hamas:
“Of course, I knew that in choosing to run for governor as an unapologetic, proud Muslim and American, I was going to contend with the ugly face of white supremacy that Donald Trump and his friends have sanctioned,” El-Sayed said Wednesday in a statement. “But I know that every day I serve this state and this country by holding us to our ideals and our constitution which empower and inspire me to serve every single person in our state, regardless of my ethnicity, color, or faith.”
Michigan GOP spokeswoman Sarah Anderson said she had not read reports about Colbeck’s claims, “but if they are correct as to what Sen. Colbeck said, the party isn’t interested in peddling any conspiracy theories and anything he said was not on behalf of the party.”
“We categorically condemn any sort of hate speech, regardless of the source,” Anderson said.
The Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamic organization that has fought against secular law, is often used as a “boogeyman to make all Muslims look suspect,” Walid said, calling arguments the group is going to overtake America is a “scare tactic.”
“Mr. El-Sayed has openly supported legalized recreational marijuana as well as LGBTQ rights,” Walid said. “These aren’t things that extremist Muslims would necessarily support or part of the Muslim Brotherhood agenda. … What I’m trying to do is point out the ridiculous nature of the claims that are being made by Mr. Colbeck.”
Colbeck said Wednesday his earlier comments were accurate and told The News his presentation was based on an “explanatory memo” discovered in 2004 that purportedly outlines the Muslim Brotherhood’s strategic objectives in America.
“If there’s anything inaccurate in anything I said in any of those tapes, I’d be glad to go off and issue a retraction,” the senator said.
Asked to support his claim that El-Sayed’s parents have ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, Colbeck said the Democrat’s father-in-law sits on the board of the Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, whose parent organization was identified by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as an “unindicted co-conspirator” in a Texas terrorism case.
Colbeck also noted El-Sayed was a member of the Muslim Students’ Association at the University of Michigan, alleging the student group is a “friend” of the Muslim Brotherhood.
“I’m not going to say he’s part of the jihadi or anything, but he’s been in those organizations that have followed such beliefs,” Colbeck said.
El-Sayed is competing for the Democratic nomination with former Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer and Ann Arbor entrepreneur Shri Thanedar.
“Patrick Colbeck is a pathetic, bigoted fool,” Michigan Democratic Party Chairman Brandon Dillon said late Tuesday. “Michigan is blessed to have a thriving Muslim community, and my party is glad that Dr. El-Sayed is a Democrat.”
Colbeck said Wednesday that critics are trying to “silence” him from telling people about the Muslim Brotherhood memo, “and I will not be silenced on this issue.” For entire article, go to: Detroit News
The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that almost 97,000 Michigan residents were born in Middle Eastern countries, including about 47,300 born in Iraq, the single largest group. That’s about 1 percent of the state population. And southeast Michigan is home to one of the largest concentrations of Arab Americans in the country.
Instead of considering the seriousness of the threat a state governor with potential ties to a terror group might pose to residents of Michigan, the media instead, chose to attack Senator Colbeck.
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Here is Patrick Colbeck’s official statement in response to the liberal media and Democrat Party attacks against him:
Still not convinced that CAIR is a threat to our nation? Watch this stunning video of Steven Crowder interviewing Chris Gaubatz, a Christian, who faked a conversion to Islam in order to do an undercover internship with CAIR: