ACT! for America held a rally in support of Tulsa Police Captain Paul Fields yesterday. Tulsa World staff writer Bill Sherman apparently counted every protester and every supporter, but carefully used the word “about” in his estimates, claiming that the protesters out numbered the supporters 115 to 100. Give me a break!
Captain Paul Fields refused to order the officers under his command to attend a “police appreciation” ceremony at a Tulsa Mosque, Masjid al-Salam, The Islamic Center of Tulsa (IST). He was suspended for that failure. (I’ll have more about this extremist mosque in a post later today)
Across from City Hall in downtown Tulsa ACT! for America stood in support of Fields, and across the street stood The Say No to Hate Coalition, wearing t-shirts and the little masks you might use when you sweep out your garage with the word “Hate” in a red circle with a red slash-mark across it.
In an earlier ACT! rally Tuesday at the H.A. Chapman Centennial Green, at Sixth and Main streets, Rodgers said his organization came to Tulsa to show support for Fields, to urge the city to reinstate his lost pay and position, to clear his record and to serve notice to cities across the nation that such violations of rights will be resisted. Source: Tulsa World
On any other day, Lefties would be shouting “separation of church and state!” “separation of church and state!” Where are they now? Where are the atheists? Where is the ACLU?
This is America and if a Muslim is threatened by a crime, the police are obligated to come to help. Fields would enter a mosque if that were the case. It is not.
The Muslims, who practice the same religion as the radicals who attacked America on 9/11, invited the police in to thank them for protection. The strategy of the Islamic movement in America, whose stated goal is to make America a Muslim country, is to convince Americans that it is just another religion and not a socio-economic movement bent on taking over the world.
Instead of letting each officer decide if he should attend the indoctrination meeting, the police chief ordered certain officers to attend…
Imagine if the Tulsa Police Department ordered a Muslim officer to attend a prayer meeting at First Baptist Church. The liberals who cry for separation of church and state – including the left-wing Tulsa World – are strangely silent about Fields’ right to not attend a purely religious event.
David Blount at RightWingNews quotes CAIR’s Ibrahim Cooper on the Fields news: [Update: I had a repeat of the quote above here. It was a mistake and I’ve now corrected. Sorry!]
Ibrahim Hooper, the spokesman for the [terrorist-affiliated] Council on American-Islamic Relations, called the incident an example of “anti-Muslim bigotry.”
“It’s a symptom of the unfortunately rising level of anti-Muslim sentiment we have in our society,” Hooper said. “It sends a message of marginalization that somehow Muslims aren’t part of American society.”
Visit ACT! for America and find a local chapter near you. In Tulsa, contact Chris at crisusapatriots(at)aol(dot)com.