In yet another shocking display of discrimination by the Biden administration, a Muslim Democrat mayor from New Jersey was denied a security clearance by the Secret Service just hours before attending a White House event for a Muslim holiday.
Mohamed Khairullah, who has been serving as the mayor of Prospect Park for 17 years, expressed his disappointment and shock at the unjust treatment he received.
“It’s disappointing, and it’s shocking that this continues to happen under our Constitution, which provides that everyone is innocent unless proven guilty,” Khairullah said according to NorthJersey.com. “I honestly don’t know what my charge, if you want to put it that way, is at this point, to be treated in such a manner.”
While the Secret Service confirmed that Khairullah was indeed denied entry, they were unable to disclose the reason for their decision.
Anthony Guglielmi, chief of communications for the U.S. Secret Service, stated that they regret any inconvenience caused, but that they are not able to comment further on the specific protective means and methods used to conduct their security operations at the White House.
It is deeply concerning that a member of the Democratic Party, who had been working with White House staffers to organize the event, was denied entry with no explanation given.
This kind of discrimination and mistreatment of individuals based on their faith or political affiliation is unacceptable and goes against the values of our nation.
As Republicans, we must stand against this type of injustice and ensure that all individuals are treated fairly and equally under the law. We cannot let the Biden administration get away with its blatant discrimination and abuse of power.
Source Fox News