Pakistani Immigrant Elected In Wisconsin
Muslim Pakistani immigrant, Syed Mustajab Abbas was recently elected as the Vice President of the City of Madison Common Council. Abbas was first elected as a member of the Madison Common Council in June 2019.
Abbas took to Facebook to announce his win:
Tonight, I am honored and humbled to be elected as the Vice President of the City of Madison Common Council. Thank you to the alders who gave me their support, and to my constituents who motivate me every day to do more for our community. I will work hard to bring the Common Council together in policy making decisions, to listen to each other more, and to try to understand each other regardless of our differences, for the betterment of the city.
Abbas is one of many muslims running for office in 2020.
2 thoughts on “Pakistani Immigrant Elected In Wisconsin”
Ignorant people are voting these muslims in. Give them an inch and they will take a mile.. Wisconsin had better wake the hell up now.
Are you freaking kidding, what the fuck is wrong with you Americans in Wisconsin.
The United States of Islam is not far off. This election has definitely determine the path this country is on. How do you expect to maintain our constitutional rights and liberties. By voting a Pakistan Muslim into our government system. Specially one that is at war with Israel. Idiots
Any American that votes Muslims into our government are distroying the constitution of the United and should be ashamed and considered traitors and criminals. Islam is not compatible to our society and constitutional liberties and freedom.
DO NOT VOTE FOR THE ISLAMIC DEMOCRATS MUSLIMS INTO OUR GOVERNMENT SYSTEM, DO NOT BE A STUPID IGNORANT ASSHATS