Muslim Police Chief Refuses American Pledge

Some Muslims have ZERO desire to assimilate to our country and its laws.

Refusing to pledge to our American flag should have given Liberals a “heads-up” about Obama in 2007; but then again, most Liberals are as anti-American as they come.

So it comes as no surprise that a Muslim assistant police chief in Florida behaves like a typical America-hating Liberal.

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Outraged by Najiy’s action, Ortiz sent a letter to Chief Rodolfo Llanes suggesting appropriate discipline, including her removal from a commander position. He adds that he believes Najiy’s behavior might be because of her religious affiliation, which is Islam. While Ortiz says that he doesn’t care what her beliefs are, he is upset at her behavior.

“The flag is a symbol of our country,” Ortiz continued. “What is the difference if I decide to light a U.S. flag on fire in a police uniform?” he said, stating that any form of disrespect towards the flag while in uniform should not be tolerated.

The video also brings to mind what was said by Mustafa Carroll, the head of the Dallas-Fort Worth branch of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in 2013: “If we are practicing Muslims, we are above the law of the land.”

I think the comment by Mustafa tells us all we need to know about Muslims in America.

 

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