Guess who’s marching in Tulsa’s Veterans Day parade … and why Tulsans are outraged

Guess who’s marching in Tulsa’s Veterans Day parade … and why Tulsans are outraged

Veterans Day — the day when Americans say thank you to past members of our military, some of whom made the ultimate sacrifice — is nearly upon us. This year, like most American cities, the city of Tulsa will honor its veterans with a parade. And this year, one group has decided to march alongside the patriots, even though it has ties to the very radical Islamists that continue to chant “death to America.”

Joe for America explains:

Unbelievably, the group “CAIR” [Council on American-Islamic Relations] has obtained a permit for [the parade] and plans to have a float in this most honorable and important American institution…

CAIR … is trying to shroud itself in the American Flag and tradition of honoring our Veterans, but this town isn’t being fooled and it’s spreading across the Internet like wildfire – even spawning a movement called “Turn Your Back on CAIR” – which is what many people plan to do during the parade and any event moving forward where CAIR rears their ugly head.


Do the residents of Tulsa think it should be illegal? No, we’re a freedom-loving country. But they damn sure are going to turn their backs on them. The question in most people’s mind seems to be, “What is the enemy doing in our victory parade?”

CAIR’s infiltration of the city’s Veterans Day parade quickly inspired a rally on Sunday, Nov. 8th on the tarmac outside the Dan Howard hangar at Richard Lloyd Jones Jr. airport in Tulsa and attracted hundreds of participants from Tulsa and Oklahoma City.


Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles is a freelance writer and regular contributor to "Liberty Unyielding."


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