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Republican Rep: “too many mosques” in US

Aren’t you sick of all these mosques everywhere lately? Representative Peter Frank (R-NY) certainly is. In an interview with Politico this week, he said that “there are too many mosques in this country.”

“There are too many people sympathetic to radical Islam,” King said. “We should be looking at them more carefully and finding out how we can infiltrate them.”

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King is the ranking Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee.

He also recently suggested that “85 percent of the mosques in this country are controlled by ‘extremist leadership.'”

Here at Never Sleep, we agree with Representative Frank. It seems like you can’t turn a corner these days without some swarthy dome leering at you. We snapped a few photos while we were out today, and damn if these things aren’t everywhere!

shoppin with mosque mosque at barmosque in trafficmosque at lolbrary

It makes you sick to your stomach, don’t it?

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About Justin Jacoby Smith

I’m Justin Jacoby Smith. Some people call me “hoosteen.” I live just outside Washington, DC. I like punk rock & country songs. I’m a data monkey. I Occupy DC, because a better world is possible. I’m a cohost & contributor for Voices of the 99%. I’ve served on the editorial board of the DC Mic Check. I briefly developed digital strategy for The Parley. I write poems. Sometimes I get published. Dig it.

2 responses to “Republican Rep: “too many mosques” in US

  1. thehmsunderscore ⋅

    i find it quite amusing that you were driving in Georgia today.

  2. hoosteen ⋅

    It’s been a long day, what can I say?

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