Alabama Palin Fan’s Helpful Tip: ‘No Muslims’ in ‘BBQ Pork’ Joints

December 10, 2010

(ChattahBox Political News)—An electrical repair man in Alabama, who also happens to be a fan of Sarah Palin, conservatism and the Facebook page praying for President Obama’s death, is drawing local media attention for his anti-Muslim store sign. Chuck Biddinger, who admits he’s “not a politically correct person,” put up a sign in front of his shop that reads, “BBQ pork restaurant is safest…no Muslims inside.” He told a local reporter the message is just a “harmless” joke that he received in one of those right-wing chain emails. Biddinger suggests that if you wish to avoid people of the Muslim faith when dining out, who he says “commit crimes,” a BBQ pork joint is a good choice. So, really he’s just a right-wing restaurant critic for Islamophobes and bigots, offering helpful tips.

ABC3340 sent out a reporter to interview ol’ Biddinger in front of his Electronic Repair Company in East lake, Alabama.

“I put jokes up there,” owner Chuck Biddinger said. […]

Biddinger defended his sign, by pointing out that everyone knows Muslims don’t eat pork.

“Muslims do not eat pork,” he said. “It’s a known fact that Muslims have tried to commit crimes in this country.” […]

“I’m not a politically correct person and I don’t claim to be,” he said. “I never have been.”

Obviously, Biddinger is unable to grasp the distinction between people of the Muslim faith and radicalized Islamic terrorists. If Fox News can’t, surely the likes of Chuck Biddinger can’t.

As they say in the South, “If brains were leather, he wouldn’t have enough to saddle a junebug.”


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One Response to “Alabama Palin Fan’s Helpful Tip: ‘No Muslims’ in ‘BBQ Pork’ Joints”

  1. Sentinel on December 11th, 2010 3:02 pm

    Notice on the sign that the word “restaurant” is misspelled. It never ceases to amaze me that people from a state with such a blatant history of violent discrimination against blacks, wonder why supporting a website advocating the killing of a black president would POSSIBLY make us think they’re racist. It’s also not surprising to me that someone in the middle of the “Bible Belt” would support such an idea. To pray for someone to die goes against everything that Christ stood for. And as far as the sign being “a joke,” I bet he’d be the first person to complain if someone made a joke against Christianity. Many of the same people who cry religious discrimination when someone talk about not allowing a Nativity scene at city hall, are the first to try banning a religious display or idea from any other faith. It’s a shame, because I like Alabama– just not the bigots who unfortunately choose to live there.

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