By now, everyone knows Barack Hussein Obama did not want General Michael Flynn to become National Security Advisor, mainly for his opposition to Obama’s weakness against Islamic terrorists. So he targeted Flynn. Yet he gave a pass to a Muslim Army Major who was corresponding with one of the world’s most wanted terrorists.
FrontpageMag The administration unmaskers included Vice President Joe Biden, President Obama’s chief of staff Denis McDonough, Samantha Power, Obama’s ambassador to the UN, CIA boss John Brennan, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, and FBI director James Comey.
As with the Democrats’ fraud on the FISA court, this was the deployment of U.S. intelligence to spy on a U.S. citizen who had committed no crime. Contrast the treatment of Gen. Michael Flynn with U.S. Army Major Nidal Hasan, who came to the attention of the FBI for the 18 emails he sent to terrorist mastermind Anwar al-Awlaki.
Maj, Hasan, a self-described “soldier of Allah,” wanted Awlaki’s permission to kill American soldiers and innocent civilians in the cause of jihad. “Please keep me in your Rolodex in case you find me useful,” Hasan wrote, “and please feel free to call me collect.”
That rang alarms at the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force in San Diego, and agents alerted the Washington Field office. The WFO response said: “Given the context of his military and medical research and the content of his, to date, unanswered email messages from al-Awlaki, WFO does not currently assess Hasan to be involved in terrorist activities.” The FBI declined to unmask Hasan and dropped the case.
On November 5, 2009 at Ford Hood, Texas, as Rep. Michael T. McCaul recalled, the soldier of Allah “shouted the classic jihadist term ‘Allahu Akbar’ and opened fire on unarmed soldiers and civilians. He killed 13 and wounded 42 others. This was the most horrific terrorist attack on U.S. soil since 9/11.” The Obama administration called it “workplace violence,” absurd but also revealing.
Under the composite character president, the FBI looked the other way as Nidal collaborated with Awlaki to kill American 13 soldiers wounded 42 others. No word who, exactly, gave the order to stay away from Hasan, and the president did not fire FBI boss Robert Mueller, who later gained fame as head of the Russia collusion probe.