COALITION OF MUSLIM GROUPS LAUNCH $1 MILLION CAMPAIGN TO GET MUSLIMS TO VOTE IN 2020
COALITION OF MUSLIM GROUPS LAUNCH
$1 MILLION CAMPAIGN TO GET MUSLIMS
TO VOTE IN 2020
BY CHRISTINE DOUGLASS-WILLIAMS
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational and research
A new coalition of Muslim groups is launching a Democrat 2020 campaign to influence the Muslim vote. The “Million Muslim Votes campaign,” is described as “an unprecedented $1 million effort to find and persuade Muslims to participate in the 2020 general election.”
These groups are expectedly unsavory: CAIR, the Illinois Muslim Civic Coalition, MPower Change, and the Muslim Public Affairs Council.
- CAIR is an infamous propaganda pitcher and an unindicted co-conspirator to Jihad terror.
- The Illinois Muslim Civic Coalition partners with CAIR. CAIR Chicago’s Census Fellow, Nevarez Azdar works “with CAIR-Chicago and the Illinois Muslim Civic Coalition on 2020 Census related matters, namely building community awareness through workshops, presentations and events.” Azdar has “a particular outreach focus on college students and building strategic partnerships with similar peer civic engagement organizations.”
- MPower Change was co-founded by Linda Sarsour, the “proud socialist” who has “compassion for Saddam Hussein”; defends and honors “known convicted terrorists”; “supports BDS and its Hamas agenda”; makes no secret of her “contempt Israel, Zionism, and Jews”; portrays America as “racist” and “Islamophobic,” and much more. “MPower Change aims to build political power online and offline for Muslims across the U.S. Combining cutting edge digital tools with years of field experience, organizing know-how, and an extensive network of supporters, MPower Change is redefining the ways that our communities build, maintain, and exercise power.”
- The Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) “has followed a consistent pattern of defending designated terrorist organizations and their supporters, opposing U.S. counterterrorism efforts and spouting anti-Semitic rhetoric.”
These groups have combined forces to influence the Islamization of America, and are being aided and abetted by political players who will always “stand by Muslim brothers and sisters” no matter what.
“Coalition of Muslim Political Groups Launches $1 Million Campaign to Get More Muslims to Vote In 2020,” by Steve Friess, Newsweek, March 12, 2020:
A coalition of prominent Muslim-American advocacy groups this morning are launching the Million Muslim Votes campaign, an unprecedented $1 million effort to find and persuade Muslims to participate in the 2020 general election.Led by Emgage, a Washington D.C.-based group aimed at increasing Muslim-American political literacy and civic engagement, the campaign will focus on increasing turnout in several states with sizeable Muslim populations, Emgage CEO Wa’el Alzayat says.“We believe getting the community to vote in a consistent manner and not just voting in presidential elections but for local, state and national offices, is a crucial ingredient to build political power,” Alzayat says. “In 2016, we saw that the scapegoating, demonization of the Muslim community was part and parcel of the electoral strategy of Trump. He was rewarded at the polls. We want to make sure that the Muslim community steps up and votes and gets its voice heard to let the country know how it feels about that.”Emgage will be joined in this effort by EmPower, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the Muslim Public Affairs Council, MPower Change and Illinois Muslim Civic Coalition, among others. They will target Muslims in Michigan, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida, Georgia, New York, Illinois, Texas and California.A Tech-Driven EffortMore sophisticated than a simple get-out-the-vote public awareness campaign, the groups have developed an algorithm “to determine likely Muslim voters, and we overlay it on top of other identifiers like ethnicity models” in voter data purchased from the progressive data trust Catalist, Alzayat says. It’s not an exact science; many Muslims don’t have stereotypical Muslim-sounding names and some who do are not Muslim……