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‘We’re not the enemy’: Muslim fans respond to Chicago Cubs patriarch’s emails

Online brokerage TD Ameritrade founder Joe Ricketts speaks at the company headquarters in Omaha, Neb., on Feb. 14, 2012. The patriarch of the family behind the Chicago Cubs has apologized after an online media outlet published emails in which he took part in racist comments and conspiracy theories. Some of the emails Splinter News published on Feb. 4, 2019, featured Ricketts making Islamophobic comments. Others included conspiracies about former President Obama’s birthplace and education. Ricketts apologized for the emails, saying he believes “bigoted ideas are wrong.” (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

(RNS) — Imran Shahbaz, a 40-year-old Chicago native, grew up watching the Cubs play baseball.

He and his father, a Pakistani immigrant, bonded by watching games on TV. His mother, a Mexican immigrant, used to get them standing-room tickets to games at Wrigley Field.

“It was our thing growing up,” he told Religion News Service. “It was our American thing to do together.”

So it felt a bit jarring for him to read Joe Ricketts’ emails.

A series of leaked emails from the billionaire patriarch of the family that owns the Cubs revealed that he had been sharing racist, anti-Muslim jokes and conspiracy theories with friends and family for years.

“It was a slap in the face,” Shahbaz, a Muslim, said. “We just want to watch the games without feeling alienated. I don’t think that’s a lot to ask for. But I guess this kind of Islamophobia and ignorance is just American life now.”

The emails, which Splinter News published on Monday (Feb. 4) and include messages from 2009 to 2013, call Muslims his “enemy” and refer to Islam as a “cult” that is a “dangerous element in our society.”

Several messages written or shared by Ricketts claim former President Obama was secretly a Muslim planted in the White House by Saudi Arabia, that Obama had a Shariah-driven jihadist agenda and that he favored Muslims at the expense of Christians and Jews.

“I feel like this is just a continuation of the assault on Christianity in America,” he wrote in 2010.

In one 2012 email, the billionaire wrote that “we must be constantly vigilant against the antagonism and aggression of Muslims against us,” and he said he was considering having a book written about how “Islam crosses the line from religion to a cult.”

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel issued a strong statement against Ricketts’ emails as “bigoted opinions,”  as did the Council on American-Islamic Relations’ Chicago chapter.

Both Ricketts and the Cubs management have issued apologies since the leak.

“I deeply regret and apologize for some of the exchanges I had in my emails,” Ricketts said in a statement in response to the public leak. “Sometimes I received emails that I should have condemned. Other times I’ve said things that don’t reflect my value system. I strongly believe that bigoted ideas are wrong.”

Ricketts, 77, is the founder and former CEO of TD Ameritrade. He is the father of Chicago Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts, civil rights advocate Laura Ricketts, Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts and Republican National Committee finance chair Todd Ricketts (now head of fundraising for Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign).

The family patriarch sold 34 million shares of TD Ameritrade to help purchase the Cubs a decade ago; all four of his children are co-owners of the team through their family trust. But Tom Ricketts was quick to distance himself and the team from his father in a statement denouncing the “racially insensitive emails.”

“Let me be clear: The language and views expressed in those emails have no place in our society,” Tom Ricketts said in his statement. “My father is not involved with the operation of the Chicago Cubs in any way. … These emails do not reflect the culture we’ve worked so hard to build at the Chicago Cubs since 2009.”

But Muslim baseball fans told RNS that the statement from Ricketts and the Cubs came across as insincere. They took issue with the team’s attempt to distance itself from Joe Ricketts.

“They’re trying to walk it back with a PR statement and say he’s not the owner, but it’s his money,” Shahbaz said. “His money paid for the team.”

Shireen Ahmed, a Toronto-based advocate of Muslim women in sports, agreed.

“Sorry, but he is the owner. He and his kids own the team,” said Ahmed, who co-founded the feminist sports podcast Burn It All Down. “And sorry, Joe, you can’t just give a non apology saying that you’ve said and done things that aren’t who you truly are.”

Rummana Hussain, a Muslim and Chicago native, questioned whether the apologies were sincere.

A Cubs fan since her early teens, Hussain says she probably will use her season tickets this year.

But she expects that “it’ll be hard to walk into Wrigley for the first game.”

“The fact that someone in this powerful, privileged position was writing about how Muslims are the enemy because of their bigotry toward non-Muslims while showing his own bigotry toward Muslims, is dangerous,” Hussain, who works as an assistant editor at the Chicago Sun-Times, said. “We’re not the enemy. Has he ever even met a Muslim?”

In September 2010, Joe Ricketts forwarded a story about a prison imam who said that Muslims must kill all non-Muslims. His son Pete responded, suggesting that his father check Snopes.com before passing such stories along.

Joe Ricketts dismissed him: “Thanks Peter. However, I think Islam is a cult and not a religion. Christianity and Judaism are based on love whereas Islam is based on ‘kill the infidel’ a thing of evil.”

In another email, he said he was “tired” of “Political Correct, Multicultural and Diversity aspects of our culture.”

“What he essentially said is that if you’re Muslim, if you’re not a white Christian, then there’s no place for you here,” Ahmed, the sports activist, said. “That goes against the spirit of America’s favorite pastime. Do Muslims have to put their identity in their pockets in order to love this team?”

One diehard fan says she’s long been with tussling with this question.

Photo courtesy of Rimsha Ganatra

“I spend most of my time as a baseball fan trying to keep the sport apolitical,” said Chicago native Rimsha Ganatra, who became an obsessive Cubs fan as a sophomore at Northwestern University. “But it’s like hit after hit. … When do I have to stop loving my team because of my faith and my identity?”

After the leaked emails were published, Ganatra wrote her own email to the Cubs challenging the organization to actively engage with Muslim fans. “My life as a baseball fan is intertwined with my existence as a Muslim American,” Ganatra wrote. “Before every game of the 2016 World Series I spent an extra 30 minutes praying for the Cubs to win.”

On Game 2 of the National League Division Series, Cubs versus the San Francisco Giants, the Cubs’ Twitter account reposted a photo she had taken of her — wearing the full niqab, or face veil — celebrating with her nephew. For her, that felt like “a personal holiday.”

Her computer background is still a photo of Wrigley Field, and her phone background is a photo of home plate. “If I were as passionate about something else as I am about baseball, I’d have a master’s degree by now,” she said. “But I’m sitting here spending all my hours watching every single game. And to know that this organization doesn’t love me the way I love it is kind of upsetting.”

Ganatra pointed to the New York Mets’ decision to host its first Muslim American Day at Citi Field Stadium in 2018, where over 800 Muslims were escorted onto the field in a pre-game ceremony. Organizers with the South Asian Sports Network provided a prayer space, offered halal food and announced the call to prayer.

“It’s a small thing that would mean so much,” Ganatra said. “It’s about getting that true baseball experience of eating a hot dog and ice cream, singing along to ‘Go Cubs Go’ and knowing that the organization sees you and recognizes you as a fan.”

And if the Cubs do decide to hold a Muslim night, “then I want to throw the first pitch,” Ganatra said.

About the author

Aysha Khan

Aysha Khan is a Boston-based journalist reporting on American Muslims and millennial faith for RNS. Her newsletter, Creeping Sharia, curates news coverage of Muslim communities in the U.S. Previously, she was the social media editor at RNS.

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  • Re: “Several messages written or shared by Ricketts claim former President Barack Obama was secretly a Muslim planted in the White House by Saudi Arabia, and that Obama had a Sharia law-driven jihadist agenda and that he favored Muslims at the expense of Christians and Jews.” 

    This is, of course, just a bunch of delusional, paranoiac bilge. But, it’s arguably GOP-majority thinking! For example, just over half of MS Republicans actually believed Obama (or, as they’d call him, “Barack HUSSEIN* Obama”) is a secret Muslim. Prominent Religious Rightists spewed all kinds of laughable garbage about Obama’s supposed “plan” to turn the country over to the Muslim Brotherhood. 

    In addition to laughing at, and condemning, Ricketts for his widely-trafficked but wacky Right-wing views, it’s time to understand that there are many, many millions of Americans who think exactly the same way as him. That should frighten the bejeezus out of anyone.

    * Yes, they like to spell his middle name IN CAPS, just in case someone might have missed how “Islamic” it is. 

    P.S. All of those sanctimonious, militant Rightists out there who somehow were so sure Obama would turn the country over to the Muslim Brotherhood and institute shari’a law … do any of you plan on explaining just how and why that effort never actually materialized? Just wondering if any of you have the courage to admit you were wrong. 

  • I never said it. Okay, I said it but I didn’t mean it. Okay, I meant it but I’ve changed. And so on and so on…

    Isn’t life interesting in a world where nothing you ever said or did ever goes away?

  • It never occurred because of the good men and women of the deep state….

    In all seriousness, Obama did attend school in Jakarta where he studied the Koran and went to classes on Islam against the wishes of his Catholic mother. I’m not saying it was some radical form of Islam; just stating a fact.
    His step-father was Muslim also.

  • Cute. But irrelevant. Secret Muslim screeds and birther jargon was just garbage to deflect from people being annoyed at having a black president.

    Just saying. 🙂

  • I still am not clear as to how or why any of that means Obama was a Muslim. The only way it could work is if some kind of Franklin Graham-esque “magical power” was at work … i.e. he went to a madrassa in his youth, therefore he is a Muslim and that can never change. 

    I’m not aware of how that kind of magical power works, and assume it doesn’t exist at all, but hey, Christofascists like Graham can’t possibly be wrong about it, right? Oramiright? 

  • “But I guess this kind of Islamophobia and ignorance is just American life now.” For that you can thank Hamas, Boko Haram, ISIS and the rest of the gang.
    “But she expects that “it’ll be hard to walk into Wrigley for the first game.” Try honey, I’m sure you can do it, we can’t all be victims

  • ” If they have nothing to lose or have an interest in appealing to a certain narrow base of support (i.e. right wing extremists)….” you said. Good thing there is no bigotry there. Thanks.

  • It’s not “old news” if it reminds us how sanctimoniously paranoid and delusional a large segment of the American public was — and, arguably, still is, since paranoiac tendencies don’t just vanish on their own. 

  • Nope. He was on fire last night:
    America first
    No to socialism
    No to killing babies
    Economy is strong
    79% of Americans had positive reactions; AND
    the saw the democrats NOT stand for anything pro-America.

  • Obviously his appeal is to those with low expectations and the veracity impaired.

    He sounded like a cross between rambling drunk and a gangster in a protection racket.
    “You don’t want your nice country to be wrecked by my inaction, right”
    “Why can’t they just ignore the criminal conduct of my staff and associates, so mean!”
    “Guatemalan children are hiding under your bed!!!! Be Afraid!!!”

  • Ricketts enjoys jokes about a world in which all Muslims have been murdered.

    Do you also find it amusing?

  • He went to a PUBLIC school in Indonesia that was majority Muslim, but was not a Muslim school. He went there when his mother (who was an atheist, not a Catholic) could not afford to send him to the Catholic school. His stepfather was also an atheist, although he was raised as a Muslim, he was no longer a believer by the time he was married to Obama’s mom. You don’t have any of your facts right. You are still just parakeeting birther conspiracy BS.

  • Nope. Everything I write was from the Australian Times.
    Anyway, who cares.
    Most worthless president ever is just a fleeting memory.

  • 79% of America approved.
    Yes to America.
    No to socialism.
    Yes to life.
    No to ILLEGAL immigration.
    AND, when he said no to socialism; the democrats sat on their hands.
    Shame.

  • That’s a cute dodge. Also, please dont call yourself a Christian. You’re ruining it for the rest of us.

  • Actually, that happens to be current news. And it’s no delusion: The Groper-in-Chief’s people did, in fact, deal with Russians during the campaign. 

  • Pffffft…..
    Wake me up when we start talking about the abuse by the FISA courts and the link to the DNC.
    Not to mention the conspiracy at the FBI with strock and his lover.

  • I know. Obama, the guy that spawned kaperdork and the hands up my pants fall down movement.
    That guy; right?

  • The speech drew a deeply republican audience. Of course they liked it. I can’t imagine why anyone would watch it no matter what party. Mere posturing.

  • Show me some scripture where Jesus laughs about genocide.

    You folks are twisted on the inside.

  • But Islam is the enemy. The reality one more time:

    Again and again and again, it all revolves around Islam’s Koran and how its dictates of horror
    continue to wreak havoc around the globe. USA citizens continue to die to keep
    this horror in check. And spend trillions of dollars in funding of our War on
    Terror/Islam to do the same.

    And the idiocy of it all is that Islam was founded by a warmongering, misogynist, ex-spice, literate
    trader who started his life of horror by conquering spice trading cities in an
    attempt to control the flow of spices such as frankincense and myrrh, two
    spices used routinely in those times to mask body and building odors. And today
    we have the stench of Islam covering the globe. Irony?

    He and his scribes eventually converted his crusade into a religion to keep his subjects bound to himself and a
    mythical god, Allah with his mythical angel Gabriel being the earthly connection. The absurdity of it all boggles the mind!!!

  • Who, but muslim, laugh about genocide.
    Are you so sheltered you haven’t seen the videos of them killing people?

  • Sandi, once again you’re showing yourself to be definition challenged. Bigotry is prejudice against an entire group (for example, Muslims). I have a bias against individuals who’ve exhibited certain behaviors, regardless of what group they might belong to. See the difference?

  • “Right wing extremists” would only be bigotry if I characterized them in a pejorative way as you do Muslims. But I didn’t. In fact, I didn’t characterize them at all. I simply stated that they exist, as do left wing extremists. That’s a political and sociological reality. Or do you believe there’s no such thing as right wing extremists?

  • Re: “Wake me up when we start talking about the abuse by the FISA courts …” 

    I can’t! There was none. 

    Re: “Not to mention the conspiracy at the FBI with strock and his lover.” 

    That, too, is non-existent. Peter Strzok never ran the FBI. Neither did his lover. 

    Go find some other whine to spew at me. Or better yet: Grow up, grow a pair, quit whining, stop throwing your whataboutery around, and just admit what your own people were up to, fercryinoutloud. The rest of us with brains would appreciate it. 

  • That was stupid.
    A number of high-ranking FBI officials have already been terminated for their unscrupulous behavior related to the Trump campaign.
    It has already been proven through the congressional investigations and documents released by the FBI that the FISA warrants were obtained illegally by using uncorroborated information that was based on DNC opposition research.
    It has already been proven that the wife of Bruce ohr helped facilitate the transfer of this information from the DNC to her husband at the FBI.
    It has already been proven that this information used to obtain a FISA warrant was not vetted through the appropriate channels at the FBI.
    You can continue to hate Donald Trump all you want; but the unethical behavior at the upper levels of the FBI should be a concern for all Americans.

  • Re: “A number of high-ranking FBI officials have already been terminated …” 

    Politically-motivated firings aren’t proof of wrongdoing or criminality. 

    Re: “It has already been proven through the congressional investigations and documents released by the FBI that the FISA warrants were obtained illegally …” 

    No, they weren’t. 

    Re: “… by using uncorroborated information that was based on DNC opposition research.” 

    That isn’t how it happened, but you should know that “DNC opposition research” was “Republican primary candidate research” before it went to the DNC. In other words, it was very bipartisan. 

    Re: “It has already been proven that the wife of Bruce ohr …” 

    Irrelevant. Several of the Groper-in-Chief’s campaign minions were already on the Feds’ watchlists; Carter Page and Michael Flynn by 2014, in particular. And George Papadopoulos got noticed when he bragged about what he was up to, to an Australian diplomat. Bruce Ohr and his wife had precisely nothing to do with any of that. 

    Re: “It has already been proven that this information used to obtain a FISA warrant was not vetted through the appropriate channels at the FBI.” 

    No such thing was ever “proven” because no such thing ever happened. 

    Re: “You can continue to hate Donald Trump all you want …” 

    “Hate”? Really? I don’t respect the infantile dolt enough to “hate” him. He’s just a walking train wreck.

    Re: “… but the unethical behavior at the upper levels of the FBI should be a concern for all Americans.” 

    First, there was no “unethical behavior” at the FBI. That’s your Groper-in-Chief’s “witch hunt” lie talking. Second, even if there had been, this objection would be nothing more than whataboutery, and thus (by definition) contemptibly irrelevant. 

    Just to be clear, whataboutery is what crooks and imbeciles throw around when they know they’re guilty of something but can’t come up with anything else to get out of it. By playing your whataboutery card, your GiC (and by extension, you!) just provided evidence of your own guilt. 

    Thanks for playing. It’s been fun … but your GiC and his minions are crooks, and you’re a crook-lover. 

  • Right. Irrelevant and whataboutism.
    No unethical behavior yet heads have rolled
    Facts and public knowledge yet you choose to ignore.
    A fools fool you are.

  • And the idiocy of it all is that Islam was founded by a warmongering, misogynist, ex-spice, literate
    trader who started his life of horror by conquering spice trading cities in an
    attempt to control the flow of spices such as frankincense and myrrh, two
    spices used routinely in those times to mask body and building odors. And today
    we have the stench of Islam covering the globe. Irony?

    He and his scribes eventually converted his crusade into a religion to keep his subjects bound to himself and a
    mythical god, Allah with his mythical angel Gabriel being the earthly connection. The absurdity of it all boggles the mind!!! Especially when you add the The Great Kibosh of All Reilgions.

  • Re: “Irrelevant and whataboutism.” 

    That’s right … all you and your GiC have, are irrelevant whining and laughable whataboutery. 

    Re: “No unethical behavior yet heads have rolled” 

    … because of your GiC’s childish fury. 

    Re: “Facts and public knowledge yet you choose to ignore.” 

    You’ve provided no “facts.” Come back when you feel like doing so. 

    Re: “A fools fool you are.” 

    You’re a Groperphile, which is the ultimate kind of fool. 

  • Poor Obama the haunting shadow of a conspiratorial Muslim made him in some ways to act more white than a white man. He did nothing memorable for the Muslims or the Blacks . Yes he did sign off the largest military aid to the zionist state of Israel as a parting gift throwing a hefty spanner into the roadmap for Peace in the Middle East ! A closet Muslim – Nuh. More Grey than Black, yup.

  • Your posts are getting “stupider” by the reply.
    You now agree that people were fired because of their unethical behavior.
    You again choose to ignore the facts that demonstrate misbehavior within the FBI and FISA court process.
    You seem to know that there is a link between the DNC, a British spy and anti-trumpers within the FBI; and yet, you are more interested in name calling.
    Please save us both time and just shut it down.
    Just admit you hate Donald trump and in your world, anything that destroys him and reverses the 2016 election is fair game.
    You are one sad little lady.

  • Re: “You now agree that people were fired because of their unethical behavior.” 

    I don’t “agree” with that at all. In fact, I said the opposite: They were fired because your Groper was furious. 

    Re: “You again choose to ignore the facts that demonstrate misbehavior within the FBI and FISA court process.” 

    You’ve presented no such “facts.” I can’t “ignore” something that already doesn’t exist. I’ve already linked to reporting about how George “Coffee Boy” Papadopoulous triggered the investigation, not anything else you’ve cited. You have yet to show this wasn’t true. 

    Re: “You seem to know that there is a link between the DNC, a British spy and anti-trumpers within the FBI; and yet, you are more interested in name calling.” 

    That “link” was widely reported. The oppo research that’s got yours and the GiC’s knickers in knots actually was launched during the GOP primary by a GOP donor. The company that ran it, continued it after your Groper won the nomination under the DNC’s patronage. 

    It’s both simpler and a lot less nefarious than you want to portray it to be. But the truth is on my side, not yours, and certainly not your Groper’s. 

    Re: “Please save us both time and just shut it down.” 

    You first. You’re the one who can only resort to a lot of whiney kvetching and whataboutery, which together implicate your GiC rather than exonerate him. 

    Re: “Just admit you hate Donald trump and in your world …” 

    I can’t “hate” him. I don’t respect him enough to do that. 

    Re: “… anything that destroys him and reverses the 2016 election is fair game.” 

    What I “want,” is irrelevant, and your accusations aside, isn’t even under discussion here. Facts, however, are. When you get around to presenting some, let me know. 

    Re: “You are one sad little lady.” 

    … says the pathetic, ignorant, infantile Groperphile. I consider myself complimented. Thank you! 

  • why yes, the FBI trying to undermine a duly elected official. Is irrelevant.
    By the way, the IG and FBI fired their own – a fact seemed to be lost on you.
    I’m fine with trump.
    I like a president who gets a little action.

  • Huh?
    Why would that be? Not very impartial for a SCOTUS judge.
    I think she should resign due to health issues.

  • Re: “the FBI trying to undermine a duly elected official …” 

    Except they didn’t do that. At all. 

    Re: “By the way, the IG and FBI fired their own …” 

    And to whom do you imagine they both report? The Groper-in-Chief. 

    Re: “I like a president who gets a little action.” 

    Well, yeah, we know all about that, and it came from his own lips: https://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/08/us/donald-trump-tape-transcript.html

    But you and I are talking about something else. BTW you have yet to cite any objective “facts” in support of any of the claims you’ve made. When you grow up enough to try that, let me know. OK? 

  • Sandi, you really ought to write your own dictionary. It would be creative to say the least. Enjoy your day.

  • I note you haven’t summoned the courage to cite even one fact supporting any of the assertions you’ve made. What a whiney little crybaby you are! Waaaaah wah waah! Go run to your precious Groper. 

  • Everything we’re talking about is public record.
    You have conceded points along the way with many, “so, what…doesn’t matter”.
    And you finish it off with a dismissal and name calling.
    If I wasn’t sure it wasn’t true; I’d say your the mother of spuddie.

  • Re: “Everything we’re talking about is public record.” 

    No. Everything I talked about, is “public record.” All of your claims are Right-wing delusions you’ve refused to back up with any facts. 

    Re: “You have conceded points along the way with many, ‘so, what…doesn’t matter’.” 

    Yes, because your whataboutery is illogical and childish. 

    Re: “And you finish it off with a dismissal and name calling.” 

    Waaah wah waaaah! 

    When you act like an infant, I’ll deride you as such. If you want me to treat you like a grown-up, you first must act like one. A great way to start would be to cite facts to back up your claims. 

    Re: “If I wasn’t sure it wasn’t true; I’d say your the mother of spuddie.” 

    I know Spuddie only here. Nowhere else, and not IRL. Put away your idiotic paranoid fantasies. 

  • A little pedantic note: “I never said it. Okay, I said it but I didn’t mean it. Okay, I meant it but I’ve changed.” 

    You forgot “That’s not who I am” and “That’s not how I remember it.” Both of which have also become standard responses in the face of wrongdoing.  😉 

  • According to Revelation all humans with the exception of a small number of True Christians will be destroyed at Armageddon. So Muslims will be included in God’s genocide. There will likely be rejoicing afterwards.

  • It’s really important to recognize work in the use and republicans work, certain groups associated with the middle East work like Americans and they should be welcome in the USA. Muslims is a religion that’s practical and includes work, there’s also a lot of welfare in the middle, there alternative groups some problematic real Muslims vs people who participate in Muslim culture for welfare vs mixed race arabs and tribes.Muslims have a race that’s more Mediteranians, brown. Hopefully the devout workaholic Muslim is welcome and not confused with groups on welfare some very disfuctional and mixed race the black yellow, vs the red beige yellow.

  • BI racials is not encourage, mediteran ethnic groups have a race, they are naturally a little bronze. Various looks and differences can also be environmental, Mediterian is sunny and semi arid some people look brownish to beige to a beige red or green. For health reasons participate in culture and ethnicity marry and take care of children within a race. a yellow look can be natural from parts of Africa, but biracial also look yellow and often being biracial effects your intellect.

  • No I don’t wonder why people compare me to the Taliban or ISIS because I’m not aware that they do or for what reasons they could have.

    My comment was a barb against our Muslim-hating Sandi.

  • If you are not Jewish i m surprised that you equate zionist with being anti – semite. That is a zionist mantra!

  • Well, Islam is a 1,400 year-old barbaric geopolitical “theory of conquest and domination” (Ayaan Hirsi Ali), masquerading as a “religion of peace”, or, CLAIMING falsely to be a religion of any sort, and hiding behind OUR U.S. Constitution and OUR Bill of Rights for cover and protection, while engaging in their CULT-like activities, and ENDLESS mischief, and “LITIGATION JIHAD”..

    ..Just try to publicly denounce Islam, as a former Muslim.. Just try to disavow The Muslim Brotherhood, MAS, CAIR, or any of the hundreds of iterations of the same barbaric club membership, and see what happens to you.

    ..YOU CANNOT LEAVE A CULT.. You may choose to leave any religion, and expect to live in peace..

    “Ignorance and fanaticism are forever busy”.. CAIR proves that axiom every day..

    The Chicago Cubs organization should tell CAIR to “stick it where the sun don’t shine”, as they say..

    In Minnesota, CAIR filed, proudly, 360 law suits in Minnesota alone in 2017, with the brazen proclamation, that they expected to EXCEED THAT RECORD NUMBER IN 2018.. It’s like a NOT-SO-LITTLE CLUE..

    Islam IS A 7th Century CULT! It always has been such..

    Please pass this message on to the Chicago Cubs organization..

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