Former Minnesota Rep. Michelle Bachmann said President Donald Trump is right when he said that the migration of Muslims to America is a threat to our country’s way of life.
She even said that the cozy, quiet environment of Minnesota that she used to know has dramatically changed since the massive influx of Somali refugees.
In an interview with WND, the one-time U.S. presidential candidate said, “Minnesota is no longer the state I moved to in the mid 1960s. Then, we were a well-ordered society with a high-functioning population.”
In a keynote speech at the American Legion post in Waconia on Wednesday, Bachmann said that the U.S. government needs to stop accepting immigrants from Muslim countries and step up its deporation efforts.
She also urged the people to not fear being called as racists, bigots and Islamophobes, instead have the courage to talk about the actual problems that are going on in the state.
Minnesota is seeing a rapid rise in its black population, fueled by the arrivals of immigrants of Somali heritage, according to the Minneapolis StarTribune.
The Angry Patriot reports:
More disturbing is the fact that Minneapolis, which is home to hundreds of thousands of Somali immigrants and Somali-Americans, has become a hotbed of jihadist terrorism. The problem first came to light in 2007, when more than twenty Somalis from Minneapolis traveled to Somalia in order to fight for al-Shabaab.
The Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington, Minnesota has been at the center of Minneapolis’s infamous export, and some experts believe that the mosque is still producing ISIS terrorists.