In the wake of France banning the Islamic swimwear, Minnesota was praised by leftists and feminists for allowing Muslim women to wear baggy burkinis at public pools. However, their exaltation was quickly overcast after officials found something absolutely horrifying in the water.
The burkini ban rapidly gained momentum in France, with the list of cities implementing fines and expulsion from beaches for Muslim women who refused to assimilate. Unfortunately, democracy was short-lived, as one federal judge overturned the majority vote to ban the oppressive garb, according to the Washington Post. Ironically, the judge cited “personal liberty” while saying that women should have the right to choose what they wear — a freedom women are not afforded under Sharia law.
As expected, liberals and left-wing feminists praised the right for women to wear the Sharia-mandated clothing, especially since Minnesota has announced that burkinis are welcome, including the Christian YWCA kowtowing to Sharia and changing its dress codes to include Islamic wear. Unfortunately, the burkini is an unhygienic option that the state might want to rethink, especially considering what health officials just discovered.
KAAL-TV reports that pools are shutting down around southeastern Minnesota and parts of northern Iowa after the Minnesota Health Department informed them that some public swimming pools have been infected with cryptosporidium, a parasite generally known as “crypto.”
The Kasson Aquatic Park and the Mason City Aquatic Center are among the locations authorities believe have been hit with the often chlorine-resistant super-bug, a respiratory and gastrointestinal parasite that causes watery diarrhea and coughing in infected humans.