Muslim Black Woman Sworn In on the Quran, Sings Black National Anthem

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The first woman judge was sworn in on a book that is antithetical to our founding documents and Constitution. Is she swearing to uphold the word of the Quran which encourages crimes against non-believers and promotes the real war on women?

Since she is a civil court judge, it will be interesting to see if she allows sharia law when Muslims come before her court.

“All is praise is indeed due to the Most High! I am humbled that my community has entrusted me with the immense responsibility of ensuring that EVERYONE has notice and a FAIR opportunity to be heard in the halls of justice,” Walker wrote on her website.

The US constitution was founded on Christian philosophy, not the Quran or sharia.

They also sang the National Black Anthem instead of the traditional anthem.

The black anthem is a poem by James Weldon Johnson put to music.

For many African-Americans, the song shows patriotism and hope for the future, considering the  racism they’ve suffered. The symbolism speaks against racial bigotry. It is usually performed in African-American venues.

The third stanza was sung at Barack Obama’s inauguration and there is a video of him singing it but it has been made private.

She is affiliated with the terror-tied organization CAIR.

She is a supporter of restorative justice, a system of criminal justice that focuses on the rehabilitation of offenders through reconciliation with victims and the community at large. It claims there is no crime against the state, only the individual, while our laws say the opposite.

It’s social work justice, not criminal justice. It’s humanistic and Marxist. It allows for sanctuary cities. It arose out of the 1960s student revolutions in this country. The general disrespect for the rule of law was translated into numerous communist humanist laws such as restorative justice that distorted the concept of American Jurisprudence so much as to make it unrecognizable.

Sanctuary States have a communist, humanist, rehabilitative, “restorative justice” system that insists rights of criminals are equal to or superior to those of their victims “to benefit society.”

There is no US justice under this system. The punishment is less than what has been suffered by victims. It protects prisoners and criminal rights and is upheld by a left-leaning Supreme Court. It does not allow retributive justice and does not follow the rule of law.

On all matters, including interaction with law enforcement, landlord/tenant issues, consumer debt concerns, immigration matters, Walker-Diallo is a leftist.

She is pictured below with Assemblyman Charles Barron who is a revolutionary who admires third world dictators.

Barron

“All my heroes were America’s enemies,” Mr. Barron has said. He hates the Founding Fathers and won’t say the Pledge of Allegiance.

N Y Assembly Seat Will Go to a Revolutionary Who Admires Third World Dictators

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  1. “Qur’an… an accursed book… So long as there is this book there will be no peace in the world” == William Gladstone

  2. A very confusing article. You claim “Christian Philosophy” formed your constitution yet slam restorative justice which is an entrenched Biblical principle? Yes, it goes against US legal principles but decided what your issue is – Biblical values or your constitution

    • You don’t believe in separation of church and state? I said philosophy, not religion, and restorative justice is not part of the philosophy. I don’t see it as part of Christian religions either. It’s a far left ideology and goes against our constitution.

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