If this is November, it must be time for another assault on Americans from the TV by CAIR.
This time it is a Henry Ford college professor that CAIR is accusing of abusing a student with an Islamophobic rant.
CAIR is able to get TV coverage of their press conference where Amy Doukoure describes the professor has having “no place in academia”. Meanwhile, the school cannot comment on an ongoing investigation,
CAIR will continue to pressure for the professor’s termination by enlisting support from the Muslims in the student body, faculty, and trustees.
There are dozens of examples of not only CAIR doing, but TV stations helping them. ABC affiliate WXYZ is carrying the story. This is the same station that brought us the lynching of Bill Larion for typing the word “camels”.
In fact, ABC is the worst of the networks when it comes to helping CAIR pressure people out of their jobs.
ABC affiliates around the country have brought us pressure campaigns against:
This is not a one off, or a case of playing gotcha’. This is a well-established pattern extending over months into years. CAIR is currently in the process of hunting Americans to persecute on TV.
And, they are not going to stop until there is a massive popular outcry saying “Enough!”
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Henry Ford College professor accused of subjecting Muslim student to Islamophobic rant
(WXYZ) — A Michigan Department of Civil Rights Complaint was filed on behalf of a Muslim student against Henry Ford Community College.
According to a news release from the Michigan chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations, there was allegedly a lack of action taken against a professor who reportedly subjected the student to an Islamophobic rant in front of other students.
The student was allegedly publicly accused by his professor of supporting terrorism because of his Muslim heritage. Additionally, the professor also allegedly made comments about Arab-Americans living in Dearborn being “radicalized” and on the government watch list.
Henry Ford College says they are aware of the complaint and are “taking all allegations seriously.”
“We are following our due-process procedures, which include a full investigation of the alleged incident,” the college said in a statement. “When the investigation is complete, we will take any actions that are necessary and appropriate in accordance with the College policies and mission, as well as state and federal law.
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