Some right-wing conservatives think Sharia law is a danger to America — do you?
There are communities under Sharia law right now in our country. Up in Illinois. Christian communities; I don’t know if they may be Muslim communities.
But Sharia law is a little different from American law. It is founded on religious concepts.
Which American communities are under Sharia law? When did they fall under Sharia law?
Well, there’s Sharia law, as I understand it, in Illinois, Indiana — up there. I don’t know.
That seems like an amazing claim for a Senate candidate to make.
Well, let me just put it this way — if they are, they are; if they’re not, they’re not.
That doesn’t matter. Oklahoma tried passing a law restricting Sharia law, and it failed. Do you know about that?
I’d like to learn more about the communities in America you think are under Sharia law.
I was informed that there were. But if they’re not, it doesn’t matter. Sharia law incorporates Muslim law into the law. That’s not what we do. We do not punish people according to the Christian precepts of our faith — so there’s a difference.
I’ll just say: I don’t know if there are. I understand that there are some.
Well, let me just put it this way — if Roy Moore has sex with goats, he does; if not, he doesn’t. I understand that he does.
Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate, is impressive — he was able prosecute two of the Birmingham church bombers. If Moore wins the runoff, he is overwhelmingly likely to beat him anyway, because the neoconfederacy. (Although, admittedly, Jones would surely win if he would only offer full communism on a well-designed website.)