Women Against Sharia
From an ideological spectrum within the main stream parties in America, the Democrats and the Republicans.
In the Democrats never-ending quest to demonize Republicans are and were called fascists. Think George Bush, Dick Cheney. Why hasn’t Obama who as started and screwed up more countries that President George W. Bush been labeled as such. For two good reasons.
1. Republican don’t need to demonize and marginalize.
2. The party of the Democrat has morphed itself into an ideology much like Islam with out Sharia law at this point.
The progressive movements denies and acts unaware of the encroachment on our shores of Islam, they may in fact welcome it. Where are their voices calling a halt to this stone age mind-set?
Be clear, today’s party of the Democrat is not the party of old, it has been hijacked by Obama and his progressive minions who want absolute control. As Islam hijacked Muslims in the third world, under the woeful leadership of the progressives if they are not beaten back in November the reader might want to learn Arabic and get his prayer rug pointed to Mecca.
Is this likely to happen, I don’t believe so, Americans have always lived in freedom and they aren’t about to let it slip further away.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
The FBI was too concerned about political correctness and did not launch an investigation into a man who was later charged with killing 13 people in the 2009 attack in Fort Hood, Texas, despite significant warning signs that he was an Islamic extremist bent on killing civilians, according to a lawmaker briefed on a new report about the terrorist attack.
In emails to a known terrorist, Army Maj. Nidal Hasan expressed his support for suicide bombings and killing civilians, while the terrorist, Anwar al-Awlaki, encouraged Hasan to stay in touch, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, told The Associated Press Wednesday after he was briefed on the findings of a new review of the attack.
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The review was done by former FBI Director William Webster and was more than two years in the making. FBI Director Robert Mueller asked that Webster conduct an independent review, and the bureau is expected to release an unclassified version this week.
Much was already known about the series of oversights and missteps the government made leading to the terror attack at the Fort Hood Army post. Soon after the attack, it was revealed that members of two FBI anti-terrorism task forces saw emails between the Army psychiatrist and al-Awlaki beginning in December 2008. Those task forces reviewed the communications and decided they were in keeping with Hasan’s research at the time, and as a result, no formal investigation of Hasan was opened. Hasan was writing a research paper about the effects of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan.
But McCaul said Webster’s report offers some new details that show the FBI was concerned about investigating an American Muslim in the military, and that is why an investigation was not pursued.
The FBI in San Diego had been investigating al-Awlaki, a former San Diego resident, for his possible connections to the 9/11 hijackers. When agents saw emails between Hasan and al-Awlaki, they asked the FBI’s Washington office to talk to Hasan’s bosses, according to a government official briefed on the findings who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly about the Webster report. But the Washington agents thought that interviewing American Muslims who visit extremist websites was a sensitive issue and did not reach out to Hasan’s bosses at the Defense Department, the official said.
“It shows you the length of the political correctness stuff going on,” McCaul said after he was briefed on the findings of the independent review Wednesday.
Neither the FBI nor Webster responded to requests for comment. But the FBI and Defense Department have said that they’ve made several policy changes since the 2009 attack to help stave off similar attacks in the future.
One major change was that if al-Awlaki comes up as part of a terror investigation, FBI headquarters would be alerted, Mark Giuliano, assistant director for the FBI’s National Security Branch, said last year.
Al-Awlaki, implicated in other terror plots, was killed in a drone strike in Yemen last fall.
Hasan, charged with killing 13 people and wounding 32 others in the November 2009 shooting rampage, is currently being tried in a military court.