Joe Biden Supports 'Enforcing Sharia Law' in America, Expert Warns
Hoover Institution Fellow Ayaan Hirsi Ali issues warning about Democrat nominee
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden supports "enforcing Sharia law" in America, a leading Islamic expert has warned.
In a recent speech, former Vice President Biden was caught making statements that would appeal to “the Muslim Brotherhood,” according to Hoover Institution Fellow Ayaan Hirsi Ali.
"What [Biden’s] basically doing from that point onwards [in the call] is enforcing Sharia law," Ali told Fox News’s Tucker Carlson in a bombshell interview.
"And it’s vigilantism on steroids,” she warned.
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Ali was referring to a speech in support of Islam that Biden delivered online for Emgage Action’s virtual “Million Muslim Votes Summit,” during which, the former vice president expressed his wish that “we were taught more in our schools about the Islamic faith.”
But Ali said Biden went much further, telling Carlson that Biden, perhaps unwittingly, endorsed “Sharia vigilantism.”
"In this video, what he has done is he has put himself, at least these people who I think of the Muslim Brotherhood, radical Islamists —they have him endorsing and enforcing Sharia vigilantism,” Ali said.
"He quotes the prophet Mohammed, ‘then use your hand and if you can’t use your hand, use your tongue and if you can’t use your tongue, then use your heart’,” she said.
"What he’s basically doing from that point onwards is enforcing Sharia law.
"And it’s vigilantism on steroids."
Ali warned Biden could be feeding Islamic extremism with his words that she said are “basically saying let’s enforce Sharia law” when he referenced the Muslim concept of “commanding right and forbidding wrong.
"I absolutely cannot believe that in the year 2020, Joe Biden is commanding right and forbidding wrong: meaning he’s enforcing Sharia law.”
She suggested that “Biden probably did not understand the impact of his words” or the theology behind them.
Justin Baragona, who is a contributing editor for The Daily Beast, said on Twitter: “After claiming Biden is advocating for Sharia Law, Ayaan Hirsi Ali suggests the Muslim Brotherhood is secretly writing Biden’s talking points.”
This was inevitable.— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) August 12, 2020
Tucker Carlson's guest claims that Joe Biden is "enforcing Sharia Law." pic.twitter.com/HnOtjQtYWz
After claiming Biden is advocating for Sharia Law, Ayaan Hirsi Ali suggests the Muslim Brotherhood is secretly writing Biden's talking points. pic.twitter.com/G0DPSRejUQ— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) August 12, 2020
“Here’s one thing I would say Joe Biden should come out and apologize and apologize profusely to the American people, especially to those American Muslims who have adopted and embraced the foundational principles of America,” Ali said, adding that “radical Islamists” might find justification for violent acts in his words.
Praising Islam as “one of the great confessional faiths,” Biden told attendees of the Million Muslim Votes that he wished U.S. schools taught more about Islam.
“One of the things I think is important, I wish we taught more in our schools about the Islamic faith,” he said, blaming President Trump for “fanning the flames of hate.”
The Hoover Institution fellow said she believes Biden’s words are ultimately about improving his chances of winning the November presidential election.
“He’s trying to harvest every single kind of vote he can get,” she added.
"But if he is so desperate as to want the vote of the organized Muslim Brotherhood, then I think we are in big trouble."
Biden also claimed he would overturn the president’s “Muslim ban.”
The only problem is, Trump has no ban on “Muslims.”
“If I have the honor of being president, I will end the Muslim ban on day one, day one,” the 77-year-old Democrat candidate pledged.
Denouncing Trump’s allegedly poor treatment of religious minorities, Biden also promised to appoint “Muslim personnel” in his would-be administration.
He also vowed to work with Congress to pass so-called hate crime legislation if elected to the Oval Office in November.