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Texas Rep. Chip Roy warns of a ‘massive Muslim takeover’ and fears for the country’s future: “Coming to America”

Recently, Texas Rep. Chip Roy gained public attention when he publicly criticized the Biden administration and DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas for spearheading the controversial government program that flooded the states of Texas and Florida with migrants from four South American countries. Roy, a staunch conservative and supporter of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s migrant policy, said that the impact of the DHS migrant flight program is severe and will drive huge frustration among Texans.

Roy has become increasingly vocal lately

Rep. Roy’s name has recently appeared more frequently in the media. As the presidential campaign heats up, Roy has become increasingly vocal against the Biden administration and their policies, indirectly supporting the Trump campaign’s efforts to win the support of Republican voters. In March, Roy introduced a bill aimed at giving millions of Americans the power to sue COVID vaccine manufacturers, something that has been forbidden since the vaccines were authorized for emergency use under the Biden administration. Now Rep. Roy warns the public of the growing number of Muslims taking over America.

Roy’s warning

Representative Chip Roy (R-Texas) expressed apprehensions about Sharia law potentially being imposed on Americans during his address on the House floor on Tuesday. He cited a “massive Muslim takeover of the United Kingdom” and voiced strong concerns about individuals “who want to see Israel destroyed,” who were “happy about October 7,” and who were elected in the U.K.

“Well, I’ve got some pretty strong concerns about Sharia law,” Roy said while discussing his broader worries about border security and foreign aid. “And whether that’ll be forced upon the American people.” Some might say that we’ve seen that here in the United States,” Roy continued, echoing criticism of pro-Palestinian protesters on college campuses. “What are we gonna do about that?”

Comparing the situation with England

Drawing a comparison to the situation in England, Roy’s comments echoed a post he made on the social media platform X on Sunday. In response to criticism of Mothin Ali, a newly elected city council member in Leeds, England, Roy pointed to a video of Ali in front of a Palestinian flag, proclaiming “Allahu Akbar” and calling his victory “this is a win for the people of Gaza”.

Roy’s post warned, “Coming to America.”

Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) expressed strong concerns about Sharia law potentially being imposed on Americans citing campus protests concerns
Student protests, Courtesy of Hillingdon PSC (X: @hillingdonpsc)

The comment that started everything

Ali faced backlash over his October 7 comments on social media, coinciding with Hamas’s attack on Israel. He expressed that Palestinians have the right to “fight back.” After criticism following his election, Ali apologized for any distress his comments caused but attributed the negative reaction to Islamophobia, according to The Guardian.

Campus protests in the focus

Meanwhile, Roy remains a staunch critic of the campus protests that have emerged across the country in recent weeks. He expressed that the House bill passed last week did not adequately address antisemitism, which, according to critics, the protests have aggravated.

“It is not good enough to merely ask the Department of Education to consider a definition of anti-Semitism in discrimination investigations; rather, we should cut off taxpayer funding to the supposedly ‘elite’ institutions that are poisoning the minds of our children and propagating this despicable behavior,” Roy said in a statement on the bill.

Immigration a huge problem

Roy has been one of Congress’s most vocal advocates for sealing the southern border to immigrants. In a Tuesday speech, he asserted that the foreign-born population in the U.S. posed a danger to “Western values.

“We have 51.5 million people who are foreign-born in the United States, they have about 20 [million] to 25 million kids. That puts that well over 20-something percent of our population, it’s the highest such number in the history of our country,” he said. “People say, ‘Well isn’t that great?’ Is it?”

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