A woman wearing a burqa went into a rage when she saw a man wearing a shirt that supports a conservative politician. We have come to accept burqas even though some may be uncomfortable being around someone that wears one. As conservatives we also have the same freedoms to wear what we choose yet face opposition, outrage and at time violent confrontations. PLEASE TAKE NATIONAL POLLS AND PETITIONS. YOUR OPINION MATTERS Results Are Sent To Congress - Let Congress Hear Your Voice
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For example, a former Curtin University student on the Australian campus and told him to “f*ck off” and that he had no right to be there. Dennis Huts was only trying to make his way to his appointment when he was berated by the woman for supporting a conservative politician.
According to local reports, Dennis Huts was wearing a shirt to demonstrate his support for conservative leader Pauline Hanson, who outraged liberals everywhere when she proclaimed that, “Australia is in danger of being swamped by Muslims.”
The student accused Huts of “demonizing Muslims” and went on to call him a “fascist.”
“He is a proto-fascist. He has no right to be here,” she said to a camera. “All he wants to do is demonize Muslims. Muslims have had enough. Get off this campus, you’re not welcome here!”
Huts immediately pointed out that he had an appointment, and it was well within his rights to be at the school.
“Respect our rights,” the Muslim woman continued. “F*** off, move on.”