WYOMING, another state that wants to pre-emptively outlaw Shari’a (Islamic) Law

Maybe Terrorist Front Group CAIR won’t be able to find a leftie judgescum in Wyoming to block a voter-supported ban on Shari’a Law the way it did in Oklahoma.

TPM — Last year, Oklahoma voters overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment that would prohibit judges from consulting sharia law in their decisions. A federal judge promptly blocked the ban, saying the case goes “to the very foundation of our country.”

But that’s not going to stop one Wyoming lawmaker from trying for a repeat.

State Rep. Gerald Gay (R) is proposing a similar ballot measure that would prevent judges from using sharia, or Islamic, law in their decisions. Like the Oklahoma measure, it would also block “international” law — which could cause unseen effects for Wyoming’s American Indian population.

And, again like in Oklahoma, Gay admits that sharia has not been a problem in his state. Echoing the works of Okla. State Rep. Rex Duncan (R), he calls it a “pre-emptive strike.” He told the Billings Gazette that he doesn’t want judges using Islamic tenets in cases involving honor killings or arranged marriages.

According to one 2000 estimate by Penn State’s Association of Religion Data Archives, there are fewer than 300 Muslims in Wyoming. (But there will soon be many times that number knowing how Muslims breed)

SHARI’A ALREADY IS IN AMERICA, RIGHT HERE IN NEW YORK CITY ON MADISON AVENUE & 42nd STREET