By Dean James | America’s Freedom Fighters
All of us on the right question where Obama’s loyalties lie, and we have good reason to. Obama has repeatedly covered for the jihad attacks in our country and abroad calling them ‘workplace violence.’ That’s not all he’s done to protect Muslims and terrorists.
He has appointed Muslim Brotherhood members as judges and heads of extremely important departments to make sure that Muslims are free to destroy our country from within.
He’s sent billions of dollars to Muslim nations and has enabled them to build nuclear weapons for God’s sake.
How those people on the left don’t realize what he’s doing is beyond comprehension frankly.
Now, according to a report from Breitbart a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) whistleblower, just revealed that there’s a group of Muslims that Obama considers “off-limits” to Homeland Security.
The DHS whistleblower, Philip Haney says that the Obama administration does not want to monitor Tablighi Jamaat (TJ), an Islamist movement whose members have been linked to terrorist groups such as al-Qaeda and which has a strong presence in the United States.
Haney revealed that a DHS investigative initiative, shut down by the Obama administration, had tied TJ adherents who had traveled to the United States “to Hamas, al-Qaeda, global terrorist funding… every version of however you define terrorism… financial, direct support, overseas affiliation…”
In 2002, the FBI suspected that al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden was providing support to Tablighi Jamaat.
Haney proclaimed that President Obama’s DHS, out of concern for the “civil liberties” of the TJ network, killed the initiative even after 1,200 law enforcement actions, ranging from visa revocations to orders of deportations, were amassed against members of the movement in just the first year of the six-year effort that started in 2006.
Tablighi Jamaat members have been involved in Islamic terrorist operations, including some in the United States, where the FBI reportedly predicts nearly 50,000 people are associated with the movement.
“The Tablighi Jamaat (TJ) name has come up before in connection with terrorism plots, including the October 2002 Portland Seven and the September 2002 Lackawanna Six cases in the United States, as well as the August 2006 plot to bomb airliners en route from London to the United States, the July 7, 2005, London Underground bombings and the July 2007 attempted bombings in London and Glasgow, Scotland,” reported Stratfor in January 2008. “Over the past several years we also have received several queries about TJ from U.S. law enforcement officials who are concerned about the group’s presence and activities in the United States.”