Considerations about executive amnesty:
This date, November 20 coincides with the Islamic date Safar 27/28...Safar (صفر) is the second month in the Islamic calendar.
Literal meaning: Empty. During this month the houses used to be empty and deserted because the ban on going to war in the month of Muharram came to an end and everyone proceeded towards the battlefield. Some people have superstitious beliefs regarding this month i.e. it is a month of misfortune and calamities.
Historic events on this date:
27 Safar, Migration (Hijrah) from Makkah to Madinah by Muhammad
28 Safar, Martyrdom of Imam Hasan ibn ‘Alī, grandson of Muhammad and 5th Caliph of Islam
The coincidence of where this violation of our Constitution is broadcast shrinks in scope when considering the coincidence of an anniversary significant to the audience to which he panders...Mexican National Revolution Day: November 20, 1910.
November 20th is Mexico’s Día de la Revolución (Day of the Revolution). It’s not Independence Day, and it’s certainly not Cinco de Mayo, which celebrates the Mexican victory over the French during the battle of Puebla in a war the Mexican’s eventually lost. What is Mexico’s Day of the Revolution about then?
Mexico’s revolution started in 1910 and ‘officially’ ended with the Constitution of 1917. But fighting, and social repositioning in the country went on through the mid 1920s. The Revolution ended the 33-year dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz, and set Mexico on a modern socialist path.BONUS INFO:
Too many "coincidences' to dismiss... Imam desecrates national cathedral, Allah praised on Congressional House floor , executive amnesty coincides with anniversary of Mexican National Revolution Day (11/20/1910)...also coincides with the anniversaries of the Islamic Migration (Hijrah) and the death of grandson of Muhammad and 5th Caliph of Islam (Safar 27/28).
Spiteful Collusion on this scale illustrates the gravity of his absolute contempt for our Constitution and our nation.
Gates of Vienna: What Happened at the National Cathedral Last Friday?
On Friday November 14, 2014 the Episcopal Church in the United States hosted an “ecumenical” Muslim prayer service at the National Cathedral in Washington D.C.
The date was the 100th anniversary to the day of the last jihad declared against non-Muslims by the last Caliph, the sultan of the Ottoman Empire.