Fox & Friends Will Not Let Muslim Girls' Swim Class Destroy America With Aquatic Sharia
Here is Fox & Friends' Heather Nauert on the teevee yesterday, explaining how "sharia law" is taking over, because a YMCA in Minneapolis-St. Paul is going to hold a girls-only swim class one hour a week, providing Somali refugee girls the chance to learn to swim. BUT! Since men won't be allowed in the pool area and the only lifeguards and instructors will be women, this is obviously evidence of, as Nauert puts it,
"the minority becoming the majority at one community pool. Sharia law is now changing everything."
Oh, mercy -- what do you want to bet that during that hour of swimming classes, they're going to learn underwater bomb-making, too! Because in Fox Math, a class for girls aged 5 to 17 is now, somehow, the tyrannic "majority."
Of course, out in Reality-Land, this is what could have been reported as a nifty story of a community organization reaching out to an immigrant community and offering a cool service that will help their kids -- you know the whole "coming to America" angle. Oh, hey, and that's pretty much how the Star-Tribune covered it:
One evening last week, the din of girls’ laughter and splashes filled the windowless, humid pool room of the St. Paul downtown YMCA.
“Anybody want to try jumping in one more time?” asked an instructor.
“Me! Me! Me!” shouted a chorus of eager beginners, who wore mostly shirts and pants with their heads uncovered.
The group of about 25 girls, who were quiet and reserved earlier in the evening, seemed to come alive while in the water. With each jump, kick and splash, their confidence appeared to grow.
Come on, you liberal media hacks, did you even notice that these happy girls are Muslim? That kind of feel-good hippy dippy nonsense would never fly on Fox, which instead explained that
during the one-hour class, the pool is being shut down, the men's locker room is being locked, and female lifeguards are being brought in. Similar classes are now starting at towns across the Midwest.
Spreading like a dangerous waterborne terror virus! Happily, Nauert assures us, "We'll keep watching this story for you."
Stay scared, America. It starts with an hour of swimming classes, and before you know it, Muslim girls aged 5 to 17 are running everything.
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