At a public meeting with voters in Chattanooga, Tennessee on July 14, 2010, gubernatorial candidate and current Lieutenant Governor Ron Ramsey responded to voters who seek to oppose a planned expansion of an Islamic mosque in Murfreesboro.
At the July 14, 2010 Chattanooga meeting, Lieutenant Governor Ron Ramsey was asked by a voter (video 3:10) about a “national threat”… of “a threat that has been invading our country from Muslims, what’s your stance?”
Lieutenant Governor Ron Ramsey replied by referring to the situation in Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tennessee, “what happened is that they are trying to put a mosque into Rutherford County, I don’t know if you know this or not… now this mosque started coming up there… I have been trying to learn what is going on – it is not good, I will tell you that.” “Now, you could even argue whether that being a Muslim is actually a religion, or is it a nationality, way of life, cult or whatever you want to call it…”
When asked his views on the planned Murfreesboro, TN mosque facility, gubernatorial candidate Ron Ramsey, replied “You could even argue whether that being a Muslim is actually a religion, or is it a nationality, way of life, cult or whatever you want to call it?”
The voter continues to state to the Lieutenant Governor Ron Ramsey that “I think the number is 22 communities so far that have been established in the United States under Sharia law and it is expanding rapidly.”
Gubernatorial candidate and current Lieutenant Governor Ron Ramsey responded by stating “in Tennessee, when I am governor, we oughta pass a resolution, a law, whatever it takes…”
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