Don't say we didn't warn you, US!
CHICAGO - According to the Center for Security Policy, the U.S. Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO) has begun building the framework for a political party. According to reports, the USCMO party would be the first political party in the U.S. to be openly connected to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Sources claim the party arose right after Sabri Samirah, a Jordanian Brotherhood member, was allowed into the U.S. by President Barack Obama in 2014 following an 11-year ban. Once in the country, he galvanized Muslims to form the party, which is now recognized as the UMMA, an offset of the United Muslim Americans Association (UMAA).
To help promote the UMMA, the political party has taken to social media to spread the word. One of their Facebook pages describes UMMA as a registered, non-profit, nonpartisan, grassroots organization dedicated to promoting the public and political empowerment of the American Muslim community as well as serve its interests. They also endorse candidates in which the percentage split is 85 percent Democrat and 15 percent Republican.