Cathy Hinners Speaks on Muslim Brotherhood
Cathy Hinners, a retired New York police officer, spoke to members of the Wilson County Tea Party about the threat of the Muslim Brotherhood, not only at the national level, but here in Tennessee at their most recent meeting. She has just published a book titled Muslim Brotherhood: The Threat in Our Backyard and is the founder of www.dailyrollcall.com, a website on the same subject.
She has served as a contract instructor to the Department of Homeland Security and provided mobile training to the Natinal Guard, the New York Police Department and other law enforcement agencies on weapons of mass destruction and bomb recognition.
Prior to Hinners’ presentation, former State Representative Joe Carr shared remarks about his candidacy for the 6th Congressional District currently held by Diane Black. He stressed the importance of being a true constitutional conservative citing the lack of results Republicans have been able demonstrate toward stopping President Obama’s agenda.
“The national debt has risen from 13 trillion to 19 million over the past eight years,” Carr stated. “And, Diane Black has voted to increase the debt ceiling. She also voted to reauthorize the ‘No Child Left Behind Act’ which is the legislation behind Common Core,” he continued.
Carr said he preferred a flat tax, or a national sales tax to the current system, which if enacted, could do away with 99 percent of the IRS. He also expressed opposition to recent legislation introduced by Diane Black that would require specific qualifications for tax preparers which would disallow individuals from helping family members or friends in the preparation of their taxes.
Chairman Menda Holmes spoke briefly after Carr’s remarks citing successes in legislative action that defeated the National Popular Vote and initiated the phase out of the Hall Income Tax in Tennessee. Protection of religious freedom for counselors and support of SJR467, which aims to curb refugee resettlement by allowing the State to file suit against the Federal Government, were other conservative victories outlined by Holmes.
Cathy Hinners began her presentation with a short video showing radical Muslim Brotherhood members speaking before large mosque audiences. One speaker questioned, “Why can’t we have a revolution in the US?”, and another talked about how the Muslim Brotherhood would defend the Constitution of the United States. Others sought to promote an alliance between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Black Lives Matter movement. Following the video, Hinners showed photographs that tied some of these national figures to residents of Murfreesboro.
“Political correctness,” she explained, “Is the driving force behind invitations being sent to Muslim Brotherhood members asking them to speak before various organizations.”
“The United States Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO) was the first political party formed by the Muslim Brotherhood in 2014. Their Inaugural Dinner was attended and supported by U.S. Congressmen Keith Ellison (MN) and Andre Carson (IN). The founding members are the original Muslim Brotherhood organizations operating within the U.S.,” she said.
Hinners continued her discussion with an explanation of some of the major Muslim Brotherhood organizations and their active agendas in the US. The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is headquartered in Plainfield, IN and seeks to spread Sharia law in the USA. The North American Islamic Trust (NAIT) is part of ISNA and is an Islamic Trust in the U.S. that holds titles to hundreds of Islamic properties and mosques.
The International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIIT) invented the word Islamophobia and has authored pamphlets and lesson plans to promote Islam in public schools. The Muslim Student Association (MSA) has active chapters at over 600 college campuses throughout the U.S. including MTSU, Vanderbilt and even Hume Fogg Magnet high school in Nashville. MSA is responsible for bringing radical speakers to campuses and is involved with promoting the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) claims to be the largest Muslim grassroots organization in America, Hinners explained. It is an un-indicted co-conspirator in our nation’s largest terrorism funding trial, The Holy Land Foundation for monetarily supporting Hamas. CAIR has members in law enforcement, city councils, and federal agencies with several members serving in the White House.
Other Islamic organizations include the American Muslim Advisory Council (AMAC) who is involved with Law Enforcement training. The American Center for Outreach is a lobbyist group while Connecting Cultures focuses on sensitivity training and education. At this point the audience was starting to saturate with information overload as Hinners revealed how organization after organization is pushing their Islamic agenda upon this country.
She moved on to the word Islamophobia. “People are fearful of what a word can do to them,” she explained. “Look at what happened in San Bernardino a few months ago. A neighbor witnessed strange behavior on the part of the two terrorists who shot and killed fourteen people but did not want to speak out for fear of being labeled an Islamophobe.”
Using her law enforcement background she offered clues to look for in local businesses that may be indicative of radical Islamic behavior. She questioned, “Does the business have big signs in the window so they can see our but you can’t see in? Do they sell used merchandise? Do they sell individual cigarettes? Are there solicitation boxes, especially for the Holy Land Foundation Fund? Does the store have any peculiar aromas such as Clorox or freshly mowed lawn inside the building? Is it dimly lit or not have the air conditioning running? Is there an absence of trash cans so no one can dig through the garbage to look for clues about what they are doing?”
Hinners cautioned the audience to observe repeated patterns of one or more of these clues at a particular establishment before contacting local law enforcement with their suspicion.
In closing, she offered suggestions to the audience on how to remain vigilant about Muslim Brotherhood activities that may be going on in their community. “Ask local law enforcement or your District Attorney what they know about Islamic groups? Talk to pastors and rabbis. Get to know your State Rep. and Senator. Host a movie night and invite your neighbors to view such films as Loosing Our Sons, The Grand Deception or The Third Jihad.
“And above all,” she stressed. “Don’t be afraid. Educate yourself and speak out.”