The Council on American-Islamic Relations — in a nod to a Donald Trump campaign call — advertised a fake Muslim registry at their Capitol Hill headquarters on Saturday.
The banner hung outside the CAIR offices during the Women's March on Washington and read, "Muslims Register Here" in big bold letters. Below, the banner hit its punchline with, "Just kidding. NOT on our watch. Join CAIR in defending religious freedom today."
During the presidential campaign, Trump said he would consider registering people of the Muslim faith. His chief of staff Reince Priebus later said Trump was not planning a registry.