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On His Way Out The Door: Adams Rubs Elbows With Racist

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Dateline Portland Oregon, November 16, 2012:  It’s as if his trist with Beau Breedlove, lying to his constituents to cover it up, and presiding over Occupy Portland‘s $2M+ violent destruction of the downtown area wasn’t enough.  Finishing up his tour as Mayor, Sam Adams has apparently decided that rubbing elbows with racists is the right way to head out the door.  At  a “Regional Homelessness Summit” held today at First United Methodist Church in downtown Portland, Sam can be seen yucking it up with Irabrahim Mubarak, also know as Portland’s “Duke of Dignity Village.”

Mubarak you may recall, was a leader in the violent, racist, anti-American, anti-gay mob at Pioneer Square on April 15, 2011.  The mob was organized Democratic Party officer Jamie Earl, to “Trash the TEA Party.”  Earl has ties to Multnomah Democratic Party Chairperson Carla “KC” Hanson.

Left: Adam’s chums it up with Mubarak. Right: Mubarak yelled slurs at Blacks in the TEA Party – “… You’re an Uncle Tom! There’s the one black guy! The token black man! “

Here’s the transcript from the video where Mubarak was caught on tape as a part of the mob:

“Come on brother show your face!  [Show your face] Show your face brother! Be a proud black man.  Solidarity!  Show your face!  Show your face!  Show your face!  Show your face!  There he is!  You’re an Uncle Tom! There’s the one black guy!  The token black man! You’re a token!  You’re a house black! You’re the kind that says when massa say sing you say ‘we sing ‘massa!’” 

Here’s the nationally televised video which was brought to Sam Adam’s attention on multiple occasions and ignored by him, thus tacitly promoting what the Left refers to as “Hate Speech.”  On one occasion Adams lied about knowing about it live on the air on The Victoria Taft Show.

You can read more about Mubarak on my previous report on the event which summarizes material from Willamette Week.

“What do we know about those who hurled the racist slurs?  Mubarak has been written about extensively in the Willamette Week for previous encounters with the law.  According to Bryan Pollard, editor of Street Roots, he now avoids Mubarak’s Dignity Village entirely. “The stories that I hear coming out of the village are much the same as the stories I heard in the beginning,” he says. “Donations going into the hands of a few, drugs, drinking, people fighting and beating each other up.” Mubarak was born Keith Jackson in 1956, he grew up in Chicago where, according to Willamette Week, he says he ran with gangs and dealt drugs. A former Burnside crack dealer, he was convicted on drug charges four times between 1998 and 2000.  In 2001 police received several calls from Mubarak’s wife claiming Mubarak had physically abused her.”

It’s important to note these are not victimless crimes.  Targeted by Mubarak’s racist rage was a Mom with two Black kids.  She’s outraged and expressed it on Sam Adam’s public facebook page:

“That is Ibrahim Mubarek [sic], literally rubbing shoulders with our mayor, and our mayor has the gall to post this on his facebook page. Yet when I call the mayor’s office to make an appointment I can’t get past the secretary?? ARE YOU KIDDING ME? The same Ibrahim Mubarek who yelled racial epithets at my children in April of 2011 that made national news……shame on you Sam Adams.”

Sam’s victims, A TEA Party Mom with her two kids. “Shame on you Sam Adams!”

Nice company you keep Sam.  When was your last day again?  Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

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4 Comments

  1. PSJ's Gravatar PSJ
    November 16, 2012    

    FYI, Mubarak is a mentally ill, semi-homeless man. Nothing he says should be taken seriously. Go pick on someone who can defend themselves.

  2. daylightdisinfectant's Gravatar daylightdisinfectant
    November 16, 2012    

    Are you kidding? If we ruled out writing about folks on the Left who had a screw loose, there would be no one to write about. Or do you excuse his racist behavior yourself? My channel is filled with ant-gay, anti-American, racists folks on the Left. When politicians start making political appearances with them, we plan on bringing it to light. But thanks for your comment.

  3. iBRAHIM MUBARAK's Gravatar iBRAHIM MUBARAK
    November 18, 2012    

    the tea party needs an enema!

  4. daylightdisinfectant's Gravatar daylightdisinfectant
    November 19, 2012    

    Ah Ibrahim Mubarak: Drug dealer, racist and wife beater. We’ve exposed you exactly for who you are. I note that you don’t contest one item of fact in the article. Don’t worry we’ll continue to confront you with the truth as long as you continue to show your disgusting rat face above ground. Let us know when you want to apologize to everyone involved. We’ll also make sure Charlie Hales knows exactly who you are.

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