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DHS Shocker: Obama Admin Gutted Program Tracking Bernardino Shooter's Mosque
We've talked about how intellectually unserious the Obama administration is towards fighting Islamic terror. We've talked about how political correctness is literally killing us. Now, according to a DHS whistle blower, there might be evidence of this...
A counterterrorism program that was gutted in 2012 may have been able to thwart the terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif., according to a former Department of Homeland Security (DHS) employee. Phillip Haney said that during his work on the Intelligence Review Unit (IRU) at DHS, he flagged the Redlands, Ca., mosque that was attended by Syed Farook, one of the two shooters in California. Haney said the program would have likely singled out Farook and prevented him from bringing the other shooter, his fiancée Tafsheen Malik, into the country on a K-1 visa.
Yes, really. Here is a specific, tangible example of political expediency being deadly. We're not talking about the mere DHS program in the general sense, but that it was specifically targeting the mosque attended by Syed Farook, one of the San Bernardino shooters. The Obama administration tore it to pieces. Hmmm...
Haney was given an agency award for his work identifying potential terrorists and he was asked to become part of the National Targeting Center, which works to connect the dots between radical figures and groups, he said. After more than six months tracking the Deobandi movement, Homeland Security halted the investigation at the urging of the State Department’s Office of Civil Rights, Haney said.
The agencies asserted that since the Islamist groups in question were not Specially Designated Terrorist Organizations, tracking individuals related to these groups was a violation of the their civil liberties, according to Haney. “The administration was more concerned about the civil rights and liberties of foreign Islamic groups with terrorist ties than the safety and security of Americans,” Haney said.
In other news: the same administration continues to have no problem attempting to violate the civil liberties of American citizens over the Second amendment.
I guess that's because they like to re-interpret the Second Amendment to mean things that it doesn't actually mean, with words that aren't even there. Watch the video below to learn more...