Former FBI agent, John Guandolo sends Muslims and their leftist dhimmi supporters into hissy fits every time he is scheduled to conduct a counter-terrorism training course for law enforcement. Once again, CAIR tries to smear an Islamic terror expert and no doubt will again fail in getting him cancelled, as is usually the case.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CAIR Terror-linked CAIR (Council on anti-American Islamic Relations) calls on the Culpeper County Sheriff’s Department in Virginia to drop “notorious anti-Muslim conspiracy theorist” John Guandolo, who is scheduled to offer a three-day program later this month on “Jihadi Networks in America.”
In a letter to the sheriff delivered today, Corey Saylor, director of the Washington-based Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) Department to Monitor and Combat Islamophobia, wrote in part:
“Mr. Guandolo has a lengthy record of anti-Muslim extremism and unprofessional behavior. His views on Islam are the equivalent of historical anti-Catholic and anti-Semitic falsehoods. Guandolo offers only his own prejudiced and inaccurate conspiratorial views, not solid counterterrorism training.”
CAIR wants the Virginia County Sheriff to uninvite Guandolo because he said, “the U.S. government has already been infiltrated by the enemy –– Muslims.” Guandolo’s anti-Muslim extremism includes exposing how John Brennan (current Obama-appointed CIA Director) had interwoven his life professionally and personally with individuals that we know are terrorists” and given them access to top government officials.
What’s more, Brennan “brought known Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood leaders into the government and into advisory positions.” Brennan was the target of a successful “counterintelligence operation against him” in Saudi Arabia and converted to “Islam when he served in an official capacity” there. Guandolo claims that President Obama had “made a significant effort to protect known members of Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood inside this government.”