Undercover Operative in “Muslim Mafia” Headlines April 11 Spring Meeting

Friends: Our first general membership meeting of 2019 will take place Thursday, April 11, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Chattanooga Homebuilders Association meeting hall, 3221 Harrison Pike, Chattanooga, TN 37406 (Harrison Pike is just west of Highway 153 and the CHA building is about a ¼-mile south of Amnicola Highway).

We will present issues of national, state and local importance, along with opportunities for further citizen involvement.

Our featured speaker will be Chris Gaubatz, whose undercover exploits to infiltrate the heart of the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States is well described in the book, “Muslim Mafia,” by P. David Gaubatz, his father and a former federal counterterrorism expert, and New York Post columnist Paul Sperry. Chris will describe the current situation, particularly regarding the Muslim Brotherhood’s efforts to elect more members to Congress like Minnesota’s hard-leftist Ilhan Omar, and offer recommended actions we can take to help turn things around on this key national security issue.

Additionally, Patrick Hampton of Hamilton Flourishing will discuss the primary focus and actions thus far taken by this recently-launched local conservative activist group, and Hamilton County GOP Vice-Chair Dean Moorhouse will provide an update on the party’s priorities for building the conservative base locally.

We have a lot of information to share, along with the good fellowship of like-minded concerned citizens who want to remain involved in making sure our community remains a great place to live. Come join us!

The doors will open at 6:10 and we plan get the meeting underway on time. See you there!

#PatrickHampton #HamiltonCountyGOP #IlhanOmar #Islamism #MuslimMafia #MuslimBrotherhood #DeanMoorhouse #HamiltonFlourishing

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