Muslim State Rep. Calls GOP Lawmaker’s in House Christian Prayer “Islamophobic” – Demands Censure (VIDEO)


Democrat Muslima State Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell

Democrats in the Pennsylvania General Assembly are attacking a Christian GOP lawmaker who prayed to “Jesus” before the swearing-in of a fellow Muslim State Rep. as “blatantly Islamophobic.”

On Monday, a member of the Pennsylvania House offered a prayer before the swearing-in of the chamber’s first Muslim woman, Movita Johnson-Harrell.

Republican State Rep. Stephanie Borowicz  praised Jesus about a dozen time during her prayer and thanked God that President Trump “stands besides Israel.” — this triggered the Muslim lawmaker and other Democrats in attendance.

 

Rep. Borowicz delivered the prayer shortly before Movita Johnson-Harrell, a Muslim woman elected to the Pennsylvania General Assembly — was sworn in.

Borowicz’s Christian prayer ‘offended’ the Muslim lawmaker and her guests – but Movita Johnson-Harrell is allowed to wear a hijab which is an outward profession of compliance to Sharia law and Americans are supposed to bow to her requests.

The Muslim lawmaker called for Borowicz to be censured over her Christian prayer.

A Christian being punished for praying to their Savior is a form of Sharia law — and this Muslim lawmaker is pushing for the Christian lawmaker to be punished.


“There should definitely be censure because we need to be promoting inclusion, not division,” state Rep. Movita Johnson-Harrell, told reporters.

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Watch Borowicz’s prayer below.

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