Frank Gaffney Shares Why Tolerating Sharia Law Can Lead To The Problems Europe Now Has

Frank Gaffney is a senior policy adviser to presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and hails from the Center for Security Policy. He recently spoke with Breitbart News Daily host Stephen K. Bannon about Cruz's call to execute the highly successful “demographic unit” employed by NYPD chief Ray Kelly under New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg. Gaffney explained:

"It shouldn’t be the case that there are some areas of cities, or other parts of our country, that are off-limits to authorities, that are places that are known to… well, primarily to be dominated by folks who are engaged in a practice that is anti-Constitutional and hostile to the values of our country. Specifically, those who are seeking to impose a program they call sharia."

In addition, Gaffney shared that the movement to impose various aspects of Islamic law on the Western world was no longer a “hypothetical construct.”

Gaffney warned, “This is what we are seeing now – tolerated, ignored, accommodated for years in Europe, and now there are parts of the United States where it is beginning to manifest itself as well." Gaffney said his Center for Security Policy was interested in “ensuring that communities, irrespective of whether they’re Muslim or they’re non-Muslim, are assured the basic rights of our Constitution, and the safety that our law-enforcement authorities are assigned to provide for all of us.”

With regard to Cruz's successful win in the Wisconsin primary on Tuesday, Gaffney stated, "I have the feeling that, as he said, this is a turning point. Others now recognize this is a two-man race, effectively, and the alternative isn’t very attractive. I believe that the more they see of Ted Cruz, the more they hear of his views, the more likely it is that, as in Wisconsin, the people will opt for Ted Cruz for the Republican nomination."

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