Skip to comments.Senate Fort Hood report whitewashes Obama’s culpability
Posted on 02/08/2011 10:10:39 AM PST by Starman417
One year ago I noted that: "All three major domestic terror attacks of 2009 were directly enabled by Obama's reverse-profiling orders, exempting Muslims from scrutiny."
First was the shooting of two soldiers at a Little Rock Army recruiting office. Shortly after Obama ordered our intelligence agencies to "back off" from investigating black Muslims, a black Muslim who had previously been under surveillance killied one soldier and critically wounded another.
The case of the Christmas 2009 "underwear bomber" indicates that Obama's "back off" command extended to ALL Muslims. According to one State Department employee, watch-list monitors were: "encouraged to not create the appearance that we are profiling or targeting Muslims." The employee admitted that this policy was the reason Abdulmutallab was not flagged for scrutiny after the British denied him a visa for trying to attend a phony school in England, proving that State Department personnel understood Obama's policy as a general order not to investigate Muslims, even when they had cause that had nothing to do with a person being Muslim.
This reverse-discrimination goes beyond counter-terrorism. The recent Civil Rights Commission report on Obama's DOJ found a systematic refusal to enforce civil rights law against minority perpetrators on behalf of white victims, and Barack "I will stand with the Muslims" Obama has made it perfectly clear that he places Muslims on the favored side of that unequal justice.
The Fort Hood massacre itself also suggests that Obama's counter-terrorism "back off" command extended to all Muslims. It came out in November 2009 that agents dropped their Nidal Hasan investigation because they deemed his communications with al Qaeda leader Awlaki to be protected speech:
U.S. officials now confirm Hasan sent as many as 20 e-mails to Awlaki. Authorities intercepted the e-mails but later deemed them innocent or protected by the first amendment.Could such a glaring misapplication of the First Amendment have occurred if agents were not looking for ways to give Muslims special consideration? Not likely.
The Senate's "Ticking Time Bomb" report fails to mention Obama's reverse-profiling orders, or the First Amendment excuse for ignoring Hasan's emails to al Qaeda
The Senate report covers up the Obama administration's First Amendment excuse by attributing the dropped Hasan-Alwaki ball to confusion of responsibilities between regional and central Joint Terrorism Task Force offices (p. 85):
(Excerpt) Read more at floppingaces.net...
Our administration has been willing to sacrifice Whites, Blacks, Jews or Christians on the altar of political correctness for a long time. It started under Bush.
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