Font Page Magazine does article on the suspicious arrest and treatment of the alleged movie maker

Last night I made a short video with my own suspicions on this matter.

H/T Fjordman

Front Page Magazine:

President Barack Obama believes his re-election gives him a mandate to continue on his path to “fundamentally transform” America. He is well on his way to fundamentally transforming the First Amendment’s protection of freedom of speech to a more Sharia-friendly version.

The transformation is playing out before our eyes in the persecution of the producer of the anti-Islam video blamed by Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other top administration officials for the Benghazi murders that took the lives of Ambassador John Christopher Stevens, Navy Seal Tyrone Woods and two other brave Americans.  The day after Obama’s re-election victory lap, the video producer, Mark Basseley Youssef, was sentenced by a federal district court judge to one year in prison for violating the terms of his probation. The Obama administration had gone after Youssef relentlessly, using probation violations as a convenient pretext to arrest and prosecute him.  The real goal was to punish Youssef for blasphemy against Islam – a crime under Sharia law.

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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