Patriotic America woman has gall to ban Muslims

A gun range in Arkansas decided to ban Muslims from the premises five months ago. Here’s how the free market responded.

Business has quadrupled!

The Council of American Islamic Relations (CAIR) contacted fellow terrorist, Eric Holder to complain.

The owner of the gun range is Jan Morgan. She has faced threats from the Muslim groups, and now faces a possible lawsuit.

Morgan stated that Nazis and members of the Ku Klux Klan are not allowed either. Let’s hope she includes other hate groups like

  • Liberals
  • The Congressional Black Caucus
  • The New Black Panthers
  • Hollywood
  • Obama’s administration

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CAIR said, “Given the recent spike in anti-Muslim rhetoric, including Islamophobic statements by government officials, community leaders and media outlets, death threats, and other bias incidents targeting Muslims, I urge you to investigate this matter soon.”

CAIR argued that banning Muslims from the shooting range “is a violation of federal laws prohibiting racial and religious discrimination.”

It’s not a violation, when Muslims are the people killing Americans.

Here’s a novel idea: Muslims can operate their own private gun ranges. Oh wait…they do! They’re called TERRORIST TRAINING CAMPS!

 

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