Allen West: This sign I just saw in DC takes the cake for “virtue signaling” 

Former Congressman Allen West was driving through Washington, DC the other day and saw this Christian ethics sort of sign. He pondered on it a while and then wrote this missive about what is missing here. Why is this sign not needed in this nation and why do you not see the reciprocal of this sign in Muslim-led nations? Let Mr. West explore these thoughts with you.

As Written By Allen B. West:

I just had to share with y’all this yard sign here in the neighborhood where I stay in Washington D.C., in the Capitol Hill district.

The Holy Scriptures tell us to love thy neighbor as yourself — you know Judeo-Christian faith heritage principles. So here in America this yard sign is really unnecessary.

However, how many of these kinds of yard signs are in Mecca, Medina, Riyadh, Egypt, Ramallah, Gaza City, Mosul, Raqqa, those Muslim no-go neighborhoods in Europe…

You get my point, how many express similar sentiments towards Christians and Jews?

There are sixteen Muslim countries that refuse entry to Israeli citizens or those who have an Israel stamp in their passports. Therefore one is driven to surmise that it’s only Western Judeo-Christian values that advance equality and love.

Perhaps this organization would be better served to export these signs, replacing Muslim with Christian and Jewish.

Then again maybe we could use them in Dearborn, Michigan and the Somali community in Minnesota…….


This sign I just saw in DC takes the cake for “virtue signaling” – Allen B. West –

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