American comedian and actress Victoria Jackson claims to have seen evidence that the Muslim Brotherhood is infiltrating America, especially the current government administration.
Jackson, an actress and comedian, is best known for playing the aloof, hyper-sexualized blonde-bombshell on sketch comedy show "Saturday Night Live."
Jackson, now a political commentator, recently expressed her views on her web show, Politichicks, where she told viewers about her experience at a six-hour briefing in Washington, D.C., regarding Islamic rule.
“I just went to a briefing in Washington, D.C., across the street from the Capitol, at the Longworth building at 8:30 a.m. two days ago and it changed my life," Jackson reportedly told viewers on her web show last week.
As The Huffington Post reports, Jackson heard testimonials from former FBI agent John Guandolo and Maj. Stephen Coughlin, who have teamed up in the past to speak at seminars regarding Islamic extremism.
In 2009, Guandalo gave a presentation at the Bedford County Emergency Management Agency, telling law enforcement officials that the Muslim Brotherhood is attempting to instill Sharia, or Islamic law, in America.
Similarly, on Jan. 11 2011, Coughlin gave a speech at a D.C. Field Office seminar on Islamic extremism.
Jackson agrees with the arguments of Coughlin and Guandalo, saying "Islamic law has infiltrated your community, your country, and your life."
"The Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated our highest positions in government. This is serious," she added.
Jackson points to the current government administration, saying the FBI assistant director is an Iranian-born Muslim, and the Muslim Public Affairs Council trains the Transportation Security Administration.
[The Muslim Brotherhood] is now in all of our highest positions, including the President,” Jackson added, pointing to the "facts" that state Obama sides with Muslim policy over Israel.
She also blames the mainstream media for doing fluff pieces on the Islam religion, reportedly calling America’s media representation of the Muslim religion "a joke."
"If you care at all about freedom, then you have to be educated and fight back," Jackson added.
Earlier this December, Jackson described her experience at the former-FBI meeting in her blog post.
This is not the first time Jackson has expressed her socially conservative political views. In preparation for the 2008 presidential election, Jackson urged readers of her website not to vote for Barack Obama, as he "bears traits that represent the anti-Christ."
Jackson argues that Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum "are the only GOP candidates so far to acknowledge the above facts and warn against the present threat of Islamic Law replacing our Constitution."