July 12, 2010, - 12:20 pm
Islam is not (about) extremists. They’re not who we are.
–Rima Fakih, Miss Hezbollah USA, last week in Dearbornistan (quoted in the Detroit Free Press by resident Muslim propagandist “reporter” Niraj Warikoo).
Miss Hezbo USA Rima Fakih Gets Ready to Appear w/ Fellow Affirmative Action Airhead and Pan-Islamist, University of Michigan Prez Mary Sue Coleman
I warned you about Muslim Miss USA, Hezbollah supporter Rima Fakih, and that she would use her beauty pageant title for Islamic propaganda. But I was roundly criticized by both those on the left AND the right, who can’t read between the lines and do their homework.
When she was first picked as the beauty pageant winner, she shied away from descriptions of herself as Muslim and stressed claims about having been exposed to Christianity and celebrating Christmas. But it was all baloney designed to deal with fallout from my report and those who echoed me. Fakih spent this past week in the Detroit area, primarily in Dearbornistan, empowering Muslim and Arab kids, and being very open about it. And she dropped all of her pretensions and phony claims about celebrating Christian holidays and having Christian family (both of which are lies). Now, she’s openly spreading the Islam is peace baloney throughout the world, as I warned you she would do.
And I’ve been told by several sources that Fakih’s Miss USA handlers grant interviews with Fakih only on the condition that interviewers not ask her to denounce Hezbollah (because she won’t) or ask her about her many close relatives who are both top Hezbollah officials and Hezbollah terrorist martyrs. Such has been the case with Fakih’s interviews on FOX & Friends, where the bimbo and himbo hosts declined to ask Fakih those questions, on the Voice of America, and in local interviews, such as the gushing, pandering interview conducted by pan-Islamist host Paul W. Smith–who hosts the morning show on Rush Limbaugh’s Detroit affiliate WJR. (It sounded like he took his pants off for that one and was trying to get in hers.)
Hilariously, the airheaded Fakih claims, “My secret weapon is education.” That’s interesting because she has a degree from the less than rigorous University of Michigan-Dearbornistan, a lesser satellite school of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. U of M-Dearbornistan has a reputation for its giant Muslim cheating ring, in which she likely participated, given her moronic, giggling responses to every question she’s asked. Pretty much every contestant in Miss USA has a college degree, most of them from schools far more prestigious than U-M Dearbornistan. Her dumb answer at the Miss USA Pageant makes it very clear, she’s not very educated.
Sorry, habibti, but your “secret weapon” is that you’re an Arab Muslim, and Donald Trump and his sponsors got you an affirmative action slot. And that ain’t such a secret (except to you).
And here’s another tip: Islam is, indeed, about extremists. That is, indeed, who you are. It’s who your family is. And it’s the basis of preconditions for your deceptive interviews.
Parading around in a bikini won’t change that. But, sadly, it’s fooled enough idiots. You know what they say about the birthrate of suckers. To me, one a minute seems far too conservative an estimate.
Tags: Brian Kilmeade, extremists, family, Fox & Friends, FOX and Friends, Fox News Channel, Gretchen Carlson, Hezbollah, interviews, Islam, Miss USA, Muslim, Niraj Warikoo, Paul W. Smith, preconditions, Propaganda, Rima Fakih, Steve Doocy, WJR