by Jed Babbin
The Muslim activist organization CAIR was attempting to plant Musli interns in the offices of congressmen who are on committees affecting US national security, a CAIR memo dated 13 January 2007 reveals.
The CAIR memo says, in part:
“We will focus on influencing congressmen responsible for policy that directly impacts the American Muslim community. (For example, the judiciary, intelligence, and homeland security committees.) We will develop national initiatives such as a lobby day and placing Muslim interns in Congressional offices.”
The memo, revealed this morning in a press conference held by Reps. Sue Myrick (R-N.C.), John Shadegg, Paul Broun (R-Ga.) and Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) can be read in full here (pdf).
The members joined in demanding that the Justice Department and the IRS investigate CAIR (the IRS because CAIR is a Section 501 (c ) (3) tax-exempt organization which is prohibited from lobbying.) They also
asked the Congressional Sergeant of Arms to investigate and report
whether any of the CAIR interns were actually planted in the House.
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