Hey, are you worried about creeping Sharia in Florida?
Me neither, since it's a non existent problem, but that makes no never mind to Florida Sen. Alan Hays who sponsored an anti-Sharia law bill in the Florida Senate. The bill passed Tuesday without testimony against it from a group in Tallahassee to attend "Muslim Day." Muslim speakers hoping to testify against the bill were told they couldn't do so until after the bill had been voted forward.
Before pushing bills to prevent things he just dreamed up in his own mind that weren't a threat in the first place, Hays was famous for saying that Hispanics had no business voting because he decided those Hispanics were likely in this country illegally anyway because they're, well you know, Hispanic and speak Spanish and stuff.
You have to hand it to Hays for his timing. "Muslim Day" in the Capitol is a day for Muslim constituents to communicate directly with their elected officials and a day for "an opportunity for Muslim constituents in the state to be introduced “to the Florida political process."