Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said she supports Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s call for a ban on admitting Muslims into the U.S. “Herd mentality [is] running rampant with hypocritical and/or naïve pundits trying to crush Donald Trump because he’s committed to clobbering the bad guys, and putting the good guys first,” she wrote on her Facebook page. “Trump’s temporary ban proposal is in the context of doing all we can to force the Feds to acknowledge their lack of strategy to deal with terrorism,” she added.
“Because, let’s face it – our country is being overrun by Muslims, many of which are terrorists working for ISIS. And the sooner we admit to ourselves that we’ve made a mistake by letting Muslims back into the U.S. after 9/11, the better. That means we’ll be able to start rounding them up and stop them from doing God knows what else on our soil. Take black Muslims, for example – it’s much easier for them to blend in because we have African-Americans here. So, they don’t even have to pretend, they can walk the streets freely and just set off a bomb without anyone suspecting it,” she told media outlets while commenting on her post.
She added, “Like, you’ve got Muhammad Ali. As a fan of boxing and athleticism, I was very saddened by the news of his death. But on the other hand, as a political figure and former governor of a U.S. federal state, I have to admit I was also slightly relieved. Because, he was black and he was a Muslim – those are two qualities one should not be having in America today. Plus, he was also a boxer. It’s a known fact that people with plenty of muscle are endowed everywhere except in the head. Having lived such a violent life, he would have been the perfect recruit following recent events in this country.”
“And that’s another thing – Muhammad Ali is, and I’m sorry to say it, but he’s a symbol for black, Muslim men. Again, not something you want to be these days and in this country. Some say he symbolized courage and sportsmanship. In my book, the only thing he symbolized was unnecessary violence and aggression, two traits commonly associated with all black Muslim men. Coincidence? I don’t think so. Black Muslims are traditionally violent, they’ve just gotten good at hiding it over time. And now that their symbol is gone, they have nothing left to hide behind.”
“You remember how he used to talk trash about each of his opponents before getting in the ring with them? Sound familiar? That’s the same thing Al-Qaeda used to do, and the same thing ISIS is now doing with the public beheadings and all that. It’s called psychological warfare, and Ali did it in the past just like today’s terrorists have adopted the technique from him. They’ve been studying us for years, and they’ve done their homework quite well. So I say, beware of black Muslim people. If you see them walking down the street, cross over to the other side or change your direction. Better safe than sorry. I fear dark clouds are looming in the sky,” Palin concluded.