Note: This post is an update to this one from earlier today.
You can’t make this stuff up. We say that a lot, but that’s America in the age of Obama. Earlier today, we reported on the sexual assault over the weekend of a mentally-disabled woman by Mohammed Hussein Ibraheim Eldai, described by local media agnostically as a “Twin Falls man.”
As usual, the local media, besotted with political correctness, refused to mention whether he is a “refugee” or asylum seeker. Now, we learn that they actually featured him in a recent story as an example to teach locals how wrong it is to misjudge Muslims.
A Muslim Twin Falls man arrested over the weekend and charged with sexually assaulting a mentally retarded woman was quoted by local media in June as representative of Muslims opposing “bad things” and bemoaning the fact that the “picture of Muslims is getting worse.…
On June 14, in the wake of the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting — the deadliest Islamist terrorist incident on US soil since 9/11 — the very same TV station KMVT did a piece aiming to put a good face on the local Muslim community.
The TV segment and corresponding written piece titled “We do not agree with those people doing bad things” was an attempt to put a positive spin on the local Muslim community.
The segment showed an on-air interview with now jailed Mohammed Hussein Ibraheim Eldai and quoted him as saying:
“These bad people they do this stuff in the name of Islam, and Islam doesn’t say it like that,” said Mohammed Hussein Ibraheim Eldai. “Now the picture of Islam is getting worse because, I don’t know. I… hope these people are going to give up.”
The positive June piece about Muslims that quoted the now arrested Eldai was hosted by reporter Amy Reid.
Reid is the same reporter who was called out by Breitbart News for her dishonest reporting branding those questioning the Muslim refugee influx as racist.
Reporter Reid recently did a segment about the local activists supporting the American girl who was raped by three refugee boys in early June. Reid’s story completely ignored the actual substance of the press conference that called on Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to come to Twin Falls to see the impact of immigration to this local community themselves.
Emails to TV station KMVT from Breitbart News about their biased reporting in that story have received no response.
This story is one of two today by Lee Stranahan, and I definitely recommend that you read the 2nd one, “Twin Falls Refugee Rape Special Report: Why Are The Refugees Moving In?” It exposes the truth about why this community, and other small towns inside real America, are being destroyed by what is effectively colonization from within. As you suspected, it’s all about the money.
From the article:
The two sides of the new Twin Falls are a product of the city’s food-processing industry, which has has been on the upswing because of various partnerships between business and government. As Food Engineering Magazine reported in 2014:
Since December 2012, food-related companies announcing or opening locations in Southern Idaho include:
Chobani which opened the world’s largest yogurt manufacturing plant in December 2012 ($450 million)
Monsanto, which announced a new wheat technology center for R&D opening in 2014 ($9.2 million)
Clif Bar & Company, which announced the construction of a new facility in October 2013 ($160 million)
Frulact Group, which announced a new $30+ million plant to open in 2014
Glanbia Foods, which opened a new headquarters and cheese innovation center in 2013 ($15 million)
McCain Foods, which invested $100 million to expand its potato processing facility in 2014, and
Calva/Brewster Partnership, which announced new infant animal formula plant in 2013 ($9 million).
In 2014, Ireland-based Glanbia announced an $82 million local expansion, which was hailed by Idaho’s Republican Governor:
This is yet another exciting announcement for the Magic Valley to see one of its own home-grown companies expand and create new jobs,” said Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter. “We are particularly thrilled that we were once again able to leverage the Tax Reimbursement Incentive to support the growth of an existing Idaho company.”
Glanbia Foods has been headquartered in Southern Idaho for 25 years and processes over 12 million pounds of milk per day, one third of all milk in Idaho. Over that time, Glanbia has experienced significant growth, with the total workforce in Idaho projected to exceed 800 for the first time in 2015.
This corporate investment has brought more federal money into the state. In 2015, local TV news station KMVT reported that the Commerce Department designated Twin Falls as a “top 12 US manufacturing community.”
Because of this federal designation, the Southern Idaho region will receive a number of direct and significant benefits.
Including: preferential consideration for federal funding; food–related talent attraction and training opportunities; direct access to federal economic development resources; and national branding opportunities, just to name a few. (emphasis mine)
Given that the importation of these Muslims is one part of Barack Obama’s strategy to “remake” America by changing its demographics, it’s hardly a surprise that the federal government is bending over backwards to facilitate this colonization.
And, the piece points out, these jobs aren’t going to Americans. They are going to immigrants and refugees.
As the corrupt media continues to breathlessly celebrate the “surprising” endorsement of Hillary Clinton by numerous RINO’s and amnesty enthusiasts, I submit that these endorsements are no surprise at all. They are not news. Of course, the RINO’s, beholden to their donors, who benefit from the crony capitalism described here, and the emotionally-driven lovers of amnesty like the various former Bush cabinet members and consultants who have become media stars overnight by their condemnation of Donald Trump, aren’t going to support a candidate who has vowed to put a stop to this madness.
I think it’s worth considering stories like these, and the many other stories of “refugees” wreaking havoc in our country when you hear people lament the “tone” and “mean-spiritness” of the statements of Donald J. Trump.
As for me, I am done with Chobani yogurt.