Skip to comments.Holder Says DOJ Still May Mingle w/CAIR in Quest to Root Out ‘Potential Domestic Violence Adherents’
Posted on 04/05/2014 12:40:42 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Attorney General Eric Holder told a House Appropriations subcommittee on Friday that his department doesnt have a formal relationship with a controversial Islamic group while a chairman argued that an interpretation of the law has inexplicably tied the Pentagons hands in nabbing the Benghazi attackers.
At a hearing to review the Justice Departments FY 2015 budget request, Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Chairman Frank Wolf (R-Va.) reminded Holder, the sole witness, that last year the DOJ was directed to follow the lead of the FBI to keep distance between government officials and individuals or organizations associated with the support of terrorist activities such as the un-indicted co-conspirator Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Director [James] Comey testified last week that this policy was enforced throughout the FBI. Could you confirm to the committee that such a policy has been implemented throughout the Department of Justice? Wolf asked.
Theres not, I dont think, a formal policy with regard to our interaction with CAIR in particular. We meet with a number of groups in our attempt to deal with the problem of homegrown radicalhomegrown violence, radicalization. It is notwe dont have a formal relationship with CAIR, Holder responded.
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Did the DO”J” nab who let the Boston terrorists “in”
without a passport — even after multiple warnings?
No. The individuals were promoted.
Did the DO”J”/DO”D” go after the Benghazi Morsi-driven
No. They are in the Lincoln bedroom.
One more blow to the US Constitution.
They`ll mingle alright, because they`re supporters.
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