It is still up in the air whether a small group of Tarrant Republicans will succeed in a controversial plan to oust a leader of their party because he's Muslim.
Tarrant Republican precinct chairs met for nearly four hours Saturday — and considered the issue behind closed doors for more than an hour — before adjourning without voting on the proposal.
Shafi defended himself against accusations. He said he's never associated with the Muslim Brotherhood nor CAIR "nor any terrorist organization." He also said he supports Second Amendment rights and American Laws for American Courts. And he said he's never promoted Sharia law.