Of course most American Muslims vote Democrat. That’s why the Democratic party and Obama are so friendly to them. They call Republicans Islamophobes, racists and bigots for calling out Muslim terrorists. But that’s always been political posturing. And they’re very careful not to ever associate terrorism with Islam or Muslims in America. They don’t want to offend Muslims, because Muslims are a pretty significant voting bloc. The Washington Examiner reported:
Muslims are the fast growing religious group in the world, with 23 percent of the global population, and will take over Christianity as the top religion by the end of the century, according to Pew Research Center.
A review of Muslims by the nonpartisan organization also found that the share of Muslims immigrants with permanent residency status in the United States doubled, from about 5 percent in 1992 to 10 percent in 2012, representing 100,000 immigrants a year.
Muslims are far more likely to identify with or lean toward the Democratic Party (70%) than the Republican Party (11%) and to say they prefer a bigger government providing more services (68%) over a smaller government providing fewer services (21%).
There’s lots of money to be made and votes to garner by pandering to the Muslim community. Politicians do this to other groups as well. They pay lip service to Hispanics, women, blacks and homosexuals. And what do you know, most of them vote Democrat.
This is why they’re fine with illegal immigration. They don’t want to have to deal personally with taking care of illegals coming across the border. They want everyone else to deal with it and get the illegals’ votes in the process.
They have to pander to these groups, because so many liberals either have too small of families or no kids at all (often thanks to abortion), and they need more voters. They’ll take anything they can get their hands on. They’ll take illegals coming over from Mexico or Muslims coming in from overseas, and it just so happens that those groups’ numbers are growing. And they both happen to be known for having large families. It’s all about politics.