Just when you thought the “War on Christmas” was destroying America’s Christian Values™, in 2011 we found out that Muslims had declared a “War on Thanksgiving.” You may be wondering what those nefarious non-Christian people did, but the deadly secret was so shocking you’d better sit down…
The turkey you’re about to consume today is probably a sharia bird dead set on the destruction of apple pie and football nationwide.
Ayn Rand acolyte (and defender of xenophobes and birthers nationwide), Pamela Geller, filled us in on Butterball’s nefarious deal with Al Qaeda and Muslim housewives.
A citizen activist and reader of my website AtlasShrugs.com wrote to Butterball, one of the most popular producers of Thanksgiving turkeys in the United States, asking them if their turkeys were halal. Wendy Howze, a Butterball Consumer Response Representative, responded: “Our whole turkeys are certified halal.”
Non-Muslims in America and Europe don’t deserve to have halal turkey forced upon them in this way, without their knowledge or consent. So this Thanksgiving, fight for your freedom. Find a non-halal, non-Butterball turkey to celebrate Thanksgiving this Thursday. And write to Butterball and request, politely but firmly, that they stop selling only halal turkeys, and make non-halal turkeys available to Americans who still value our freedoms.
Yes, that’s right. The religiphobic right was originally boycotting Butterball turkeys. Of course, AFA’s Bryan Fischer joined the bandwagon, tweeting “Be advised: every single Butterball turkey sold in America this Thanksgiving has been sacrificed to Allah first.”
Maybe someone should have told those staunch defenders of Israel that kosher birds are killed the same way. Why do Pam Geller and Bryan Fischer hate the Jews? Then again, maybe someone did since they shifted the “war” a month later to a more Christian holiday.
And for the record, Republican president Lincoln made Thanksgiving a national holiday in an attempt to bring the North and South together. The racist Southerners rejected the day originally as an assault on their traditional values. I guess somethings never change, eh?