'Rona Madness

Muslims For Progress Promotes Contact Tracing At 'Virtual Iftar' with AOC


The New York City progressive group “Muslims For Progress” is pushing contact tracing while it also promotes socialist Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez during the Coronavirus response.

The group describes itself thusly: “We are a grassroots coalition of Muslim American professionals, business owners and civil servants across New York City and its suburbs. We represent a community of concerned citizens who are joining the political conversation about issues that affect us. We intend to do this by staying informed, engaged and organized.” The group’s May 9 “Virtual Iftar” featured Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and a speech promoting contact tracing. Contact tracing is being pushed for hard by the political Left, raising fears that the practice could be used for politically motivated surveillance of citizens. (READ: Contact Tracing Group Funded By Soros and Gates Organizations, Counts Chelsea Clinton on Board).

Dr. Syra Madad has also retweeted material touting contact tracing results and criticizing remdesivir, which, like hydroxychloroquine, presents an opportunity, some feel, to massively treat the virus before a vaccine comes out.

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