Update: Ms. Sina wasn't alone in sharing the suggested resolution, according to a Facebook post by gun rights activist and Republican Rob Doar
It never ends. Candy Sina, wife of CD4 Republican chair Dave Sina, and a candidate for State Senate (CFB data here), urged Republican caucus goers to adopt an anti-Muslim resolution. Screenshot above. Senate District 42 is represented by Jason Isaacson, DFL-Shoreview, who beat Ms. Sina in a 54.3 percent to 45.7 percent vote in 2016. Ms. Sina's committee remains active, according to CFB records.
The screenshot is from Minnesota gun rights advocate and Republican activist Bryan Strawser:
I’m so tired of this from activists and others in my party who don’t understand how this hurts us across the state. This resolution is wrong - and I’ll do everything I can to stop it. pic.twitter.com/tWCE3aa2YG— Bryan Strawser (@bryanstrawser) February 6, 2018
A friend shared the image before Strawser tweeted it. We thank him for his resolve in protecting the civil rights of Minnesotans, which don't stop at the Second Amendment for him.
For a timeline on anti-Muslim sentiment in the Republican Party of Minnesota, check out our post: Resolution: Coon Rapids Republican activist wants to "eliminate the influence of Islam within the Minnesota Republican Party or its subunits".
Ms. Sina tweeted about the infamous "infiltration" cut-and-paste statement on Monday, January 29, 2018, linking to a now-deleted Facebook post on her campaign Facebook page:
Muslim American Society has been holding training sessions for Caucus night the past few months in a Mosque. I... https://t.co/jTTvnoRbhe— Candy Sina (@CandySinaMN) January 29, 2018
We have a screengrab in case that tweet disappears as well.
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