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Now, the Regime, the Obama administration has colluded — and I’m bouncing off Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The Obama administration has colluded with the 57 Muslim governments in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation on UN Human Rights Commission Resolution 1618 which calls on member countries to make speech that could incite hostility to religion illegal.

Now, follow me on this. The Regime, the Obama administration, has colluded with 57 Muslim governments in something called the Organization of Islamic Cooperation on UN Human Rights Commission, which had a resolution. The resolution calls — and the Obama administration colluded in this resolution — calls on member countries to make speech that could incite hostility to religion illegal.

Now, Islam prohibits homosexuality. I give you as example A the sultan of Brunei, who just announced the institution of Sharia law in Brunei, which has led to a massive boycott here in Los Angeles of the Beverly Hills Hotel, which is owned by the sultan of Brunei. Now, I just wonder here if Justice Ginsburg just incited hostility to Islam by complaining about religions that ban homosexuality.

Let me read to you Toobin’s transcript again. “In fact, you know, she points out that there are religious owners of companies who believe in the separation of the races.” By the way, does anybody know which company that is? I don’t. I mean, not denying. I’m just… What company believes in separation of it races, today? “Should their religious beliefs be honored? There are people of conviction and faith who believe that homosexuality is evil and immoral and don’t want to engage in business with gay people.”

Well, the Regime has colluded with 57 Muslim governments in stating that speech that could incite hostility to religion is illegal, and did she just do that? I ask. It’s an ironic question. Did she just incite hostility to Islam because Islam prohibits homosexuality? So has Justice Ginsburg just incited hostility to Islam by complaining about religions that ban homosexuality? I’m just asking. I don’t expect to get an answer. I’m just asking.

“There are people of conviction and faith who believe that homosexuality is evil and immoral and don’t want to engage in business with gay people.” Are they going to have the right to be able to do this now? So she’s quite properly concerned that this is somewhat broad and not narrow.

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