Recycle America Radio Show

Watching Americas Back 2018
Do you really know the truth?

Will you know it when you see it?

If the enemy does not wear a uniform, can they be identified ?

When the allies are no longer allies who will you turn to?

Muslim Influences within Americas Political Arena

Nihad Awad – National Executive Director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations
André Carson – Congressman from Indiana
Robert D. Crane – former foreign policy advisor; author
C. Jack Ellis – former mayor of Macon, Georgia
Keith Ellison – first Muslim congressman from Minnesota
Ilhan Omar - Member of the Minnesota House of Representatives from the 60B district
Ibrahim Hooper – Communications Director for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
Mansoor Ijaz – hedge fund manager and venture capitalist involved in Pakistan–United States relations
Zalmay Khalilzad – former US Ambassador to UN; former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq and Afghanistan
Edina Lekovic – Communications Director of the Muslim Public Affairs Council
Farah Pandith – Special Representative to Muslim Communities for the US Department of State
Zainab Salbi – co-founder and president for Women for Women International
Elias Zerhouni – Director, National Institutes of Health
Huma Abedin – aide to United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
Saqib Ali – served as delegate to the Maryland House of Delegates
Tahir Ali – first Pakistani American elected as a National delegate-at-large (R) from Massachusetts
Arif Alikhan – former appointee to the Obama Administration
Shamila N. Chaudhary – US government policy adviser
Sada Cumber – first US envoy to the Organisation of the Islamic Conference
Dr. Gholam Mujtaba – chair of the Pakistan Policy Institute
Haroon Saleem – former Mayor of Granite Falls, Washington
Saghir "Saggy" Tahir – New Hampshire State Representative; the only elected Pakistani American
Shirin R. Tahir-Kheli – Senior posts in the executive branch and the State department 

This is not a complete list and will change throughout administrations, however, it appears to be a trend worth watching. This list DOES NOT INCLUDE ALL city, county, state and federal level seats.  

When the enemy influences policy, is it really policy?

When you are dealing with an enemy, can anything be trusted?

When your neighbor is flying this flag, should you call the police? YES, absolutely YESSSSS!!

When you honor the enemy, aren't you serving the enemy?

Political Correctness Dies At The Mic