I find it absolutely reprehensible that Hasan was ever allowed to become an officer in the US Army. There is no way he could have passed the background check, save for PC ruling the day. There are people who knew he was a ticking time bomb and failed to act. The FBI is just one among many with this label.
posted on 07/23/2012 12:51:31 PM PDT
(It feels like the seventies, and it shouldn't.)
Not only was Maj. Hassan pretty straight forward in stating his political/religious views to many in the US Army which were ignored for reasons of careerist cowardice and craven groveling before the doctrine ‘diversity is our strength’ but we now find that the FBI had detected him in communication with a known terrorist but declined to press the matter do to ‘First Amendment Issues’. The individual was a field grade officer in the US Army not a cab drive in Passaic. Yet the info was never passed to Army CID or DIS or whoever since the major never asked directly for help in planning a bombing or massacre. The agencies of the US Government charged directly with protecting the nation and its citizens betray their trust out of some perverted notice of ‘tolerance’. No wonder Americans have no faith in their government or its institutions. Just in passing some members of the US Army have faced investigations and disciplinary proceeding for simply having a Confederate flag displayed in their residence. Yet this obvious security risk is let move on year after year in the Army.
Not only was he an officer in the army, he was in the pschology field. I’ll bet if they probe just a little they’ll find every muslim solder he ever treated is a bomb waiting to go off. They went to him and he gave them instructions. Of course, it would be politically incorrect to investigate them.
posted on 07/24/2012 4:57:57 PM PDT
by Terry Mross
( To kin and former friends: Do not attempt to contact me as long as you love obama.)
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