June 18, 2013, - 4:28 pm
Jeb Bush’s “Fertile Immigrants”: Egyptian Muslim Raped Seattle 12-Year-Old For “Dressing Provocatively”; UPDATE: HAMAS CAIR-Washingon Bigwig
UPDATE: Child molester and rapist Omar Abdelbadie is on the HAMAS CAIR-Washington Team and Vice Prez of the U-W Interfaith Council. Hmmm . . . . “Interfaith” or Intercourse (with kiddies)? Looks like it was hard for him to tell the difference. ****
Meet yet another of Jeb Bush’s “more fertile” immigrants to America and one of Marco Boob-io’s sparkling candidates for a “path to citizenship,” Omar Abdelbadie.
Egyptian Immigrant Rapist Omar Abdelbadie: Jeb Bush Praises Him for Being “More Fertile”; Rubio Wants to Give Child Rapist Path to Citizenship to Get Him Out of the Shadows
The Egyptian Muslim immigrant is a Dean’s List student at the University of Washington, majoring in neurobiology and minoring in Japanese. He’s also a child molesting rapist, who got a 12-year-old girl high and raped her because, he said, she was “dressed provocatively.” Shouldn’t America make “pathway to citizenship for him,” so he no longer has to “hide in the shadows,” like Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Rand Paul, and Jeb Bush keep tellin’ us?
Why is this only second-degree child rape, and why did the judge give this child molester, who is a danger to society, bond? He’s out on bond now, and will probably flee the country.
A 22-year-old University of Washington senior is accused of raping a 12-year-old girl he met in Seattle’s University District. Court documents say Omar Abdelbadie, who is on the University’s dean’s list, saw the girl walking on “The Ave” Sunday and talked to her because she was dressed provocatively. According to CBS affiliate KIRO-TV, the victim told investigators that she disclosed her age to Abdelbadie. Read the rest of this entry »
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