- The Washington Times - Thursday, December 17, 2015

Miss Puerto Rico launched into an hours long Twitter rant Thursday afternoon, blasting Islam and Michael Moore for starting the #WeAreAllMuslim social media campaign.

Destiny Velez, who was crowned Miss Puerto Rico 2015, charged that Muslims “have terrorizing agendas in their sacred books,” in a series of tweets first flagged by Twitchy.

“All what Muslims have done is provided oil & terrorize this country & many others!!!!!!” she wrote in a tweet directly to Mr. Moore.

The liberal filmmaker shared a photo of himself Wednesday standing outside of Trump Tower in New York City with a sign reading, “We are all Muslim,” in response to Donald Trump’s controversial proposal to temporarily halt Muslim immigrants from entering the country. Many social media users have followed suit by posting photos of themselves holding their own signs with the hashtag #WeAreAllMuslim.

“There’s NO comparison between Jews, Christians & Muslims. Jews nor Christians have terrorizing agendas in their sacred books,” Ms. Velez said. “All [Muslims] do is build their mosques, feel offended by American values and terrorize innocent Americans and plant gas stations.”

“If we are all the same then Muslims need to take off their napkins off of their heads cuz I feel offended by it.”

“I don’t believe in religion so can’t be #Islamaphobic,” she told her critics.

“Many pull out the card of Muslims serving in our military. Are they in the military cuz they love our nation or to acquire benefits,” Ms. Velez wondered. “Most terrorist attacks have had a religion & a name associated with them & they have been from Islam religion.”

In a tweet to Mr. Trump, she wrote: “seeing the actions of [Mr. Moore] in respect with your last remark I’m leaning to definitely vote for u! It’s time to clean up.”

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