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PostSubject: GO MONTANA!! COWBOYS vs muslims - 56-44 vote bill to prohibit state courts from applying foreign law over Constitution!! Yay!   Fri Mar 24, 2017 11:59 am

Montana Just Royally Pissed Off Every Muslim In Their State With What They Did To Them Today!

By Amanda Shea -
Mar 23, 2017






The world is watching as the horrific acts of terrorism in London and other parts of Europe unfold today, as now two groups of people have found themselves on the receiving end of Islamic hate. We can either learn or be doomed to the same here in the U.S., and Montana is taking measures into their own hands to prevent the latter from happening — royally infuriating every Muslim in the Western state.
It seems to be cowboys versus Muslims in Montana now after they just announced what they are forcing on them now, which is in citizen’s best safety and the sanctity of our constitution. The nature of the Islamic religion does not allow Muslims to assimilate into western culture — they want to dominate it since the Western culture is counter to their beliefs. Republican representatives in the state aren’t allowing that to happen with the huge move they just made.
Billings Gazette reports:
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After a lengthy debate, with Democrats and Republicans disagreeing on the intent of a Senate bill to prohibit state courts from applying foreign law, the legislation advanced in the House largely along party lines with a 56-44 vote.
The only kind of “foreign law” mentioned in the committees over this matter is Sharia Law, which this bill would ban, effectively halting any plans Muslims have to impose their unconstitutional ways on our culture. Democrats claim it’s meant to unfairly target Muslims, while conservatives speak up for what’s right for American people by pointing out that it will just ensure that our Constitution is honored rather than being run over by one religion.
“As far as being determined xenophobic, that’s an insult,” Rep. Brad Tschida said, who is bringing the bill to the House. “I’m not intolerant. This is not anti-Muslim.” Montana resident Sandy Bradford chimed in on that sentiment, driving the point home during a Senate Judiciary hearing:
“We have allowed legal immigrants, illegal immigrants and now refugees to take advantage of our law and culture to take up their own agendas,” Montgomery said. “They have no intention to abide by our laws, nor are they interested in assimilating to our culture.”


Had this been a law to prevent any other religion from gaining dominance over people, Democrats would be demanding that it pass and wreaking havoc on city streets if they were denied. The only religion they defend is the one who doesn’t care about their “bleeding hearts” and would allow for a man to consummate marriage to a child as young as 9, women who have been raped not to testify against their attackers, and the stoning of homosexuals who liberals say they stand up for, all under Sharia Law — just to name a few rules.
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