Saturday, September 27, 2014

VA Democrat For Congress John Foust Supported Radical Islamic Academy While Fairfax County Supervisor

As usual, when Democrats are running for office, they have to resort to lies and smear tactics in order to distract from their failed record over the last five and a half years.

In Northern Virginia, the Democrats want to pick off the district represented by retiring Congressman Frank Wolf (R-VA). In order to do that, their candidate, John Foust, is attacking Republican VA Delegate (and candidate for Congress) Barbara Comstock as an extremist and radical.  Foust even went as far as a low-blow attack on Comstock as never having held a "real job."

The fascists (who want Rush Limbaugh off the air) known as the Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee, have sent out the following tweets attacking Comstock with lies.

Too radical? Ever hear of the Second Amendment right to bear arms? That's right, Democrats want to get rid of that, as well as the First Amendment, because they cannot deal with criticism.

But we should thank the DCCC because they brought up an important distinction. Because the day they sent out that Tweet claiming Comstock is "radical" for supporting the Second Amendment, a man with a gun prevented a mass murder, after one of his employees had been beheaded by a convert to Islam, and another could have ended up with the same fate.

So, if a radical Islamist comes to your child's school or your neighborhood bar and wants to beahead people, the Democrats think it's radical and dangerous to want to stop it by force.  At least that's what it sounds like.

That's radical. Even more radical is what John Foust did as Fairfax County Supervisor a few years ago.

Back when I moved to the area in late 2007, news was breaking about textbooks at an Alexandria, VA private school known as the Islamic Saudi Academy. The textbooks taught, among other things (Campus Watch):
According to a 2006 study cited by Nina Shea, director of the Hudson Institute's Center for Religious Freedom and a USCIRF Commissioner, Saudi government textbooks used at ISA:
[A]ssert that it is permissible for a Muslim to kill an 'apostate,' an 'adulterer,' those practicing 'major polytheism,' and homosexuals. They promote global jihad as an 'effort to wage war against the unbelievers,' including for the purpose of 'calling [infidels] to the faith.' They continue to teach that 'the hour [of judgment] will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews and kill them,' that Shiite practices amount to 'polytheism' (see above), that the Christian Crusades never ended, and that the Protocols of the Elders of Zion are historical fact.

In 2005, the valedictorian of the ISA 1999 graduating class was arrested for an al-Queda plot to assassinate then-President Bush. In 2008, the school's director was arrested and charged with obstruction of justice for failing to report a sexual assault claim of a student.

In spite of the Islamic radicalism from the ISA, Foust followed the lead of then-Fairfax Chair of Supervisors "Jihad" Gerry Connolly and voted to approve the extension of ISA's lease for the Alexandria campus, which is owned by Fairfax County.

In 2009, the ISA wanted to build a madrassa on land off Pope's Head Road in Southern Fairfax County. The public hearings and vote by the supervisors brought out those supporting and opposing the expansion. Residents in the area opposed the project mainly because of the traffic and safety concerns.  But, the County Supervisors still voted to approve the project.

Including Democrat John Foust, who also took the time to tell the ISA that not only was he "impressed" with their presentation, the charges that had been made against the Saudi-funded school were "misplaced."

I think a lot of the charges that were directed at your school were misplaced,” Supervisor John Foust (D-Dranesville) said, speaking directly to academy representatives in the board auditorium. “We are fortunate in Fairfax County to have you as an educational alternative.”
Why are you afraid to confront Islamic radicalism, John Foust? Is it because, like most liberal Democrats (including now Congressman Connolly), you are willing to be an apologist for Shariah-style Islamists in the name of "multiculturalism" and "diversity"?  Are you and your party doing this just as a way of politically pandering for votes?

Don't let the DCCC distract you with their "SQUIRREL!" games of playing the war on women card. If anyone is radical in this race, it is John Foust, who will overlook bigotry and ties to terrorism in the name of multiculturalism.

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