Judge Herman Berstlewing of the 22nd District Court of Appeals has ruled that US Representative Abdu el Alamin (D-Michigan) cannot perform the duties he swore because he refused to place his hand on the Bible as required by law when he took his oath of office.
Since el Alamin has taken opffice, he has participated in more than 90 votes on the House floor. Judge Berstlewing says that while there is no way to remove a voting member’s tally from official House logs that those votes will count, but he has forbidden the 34-year-old Muslim from Detroit from participating in any further Congressional activities.
That means that the Republican margin just got a little bit higher on three different committees. If the Congressman doesn’t take the proper oath before the Christmas break ends, he won’t have the opportunity until after summer when the 162nd Congress will be sworn in.
This is a huge step forward for the truth in this country. If a man is unwilling to put his Godly soul on the line just because he worships a different religion than the rest of us, he has no business serving on a Christian nation’s legislative body.
That isn’t just an opinion; it’s legal precedent. Thank you, judge Berstlewing