Those under Obama’s watch who turned a blind eye to the plethora of islamic red flags muslim mole/Ft Hood jihadist Nidal Hasan waved over fear of being accused of discrimination, are complicit in the deaths of 13 soldiers and a baby in her mothers womb on that fateful day. And after the fact, despite all evidence pointing to the contrary, the Pentagon had the unmitigated gall to further protect islam and Obama by officially designating the act of jihad as “workplace violence”.
A designation that stands to this day.
Below, further proof of the Obama Administration’s false “workplace violence” label.
Via Fox News:
EXCLUSIVE: Convicted Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan has written to Pope Francis espousing “jihad,” in his latest correspondence aligning himself with radical Islam.
Despite efforts by the Defense Department to label the 2009 massacre as “workplace violence,” Hasan has described himself several times, and again in the new letter, using the acronym “SoA,” or “Soldier of Allah.”
Hasan directed his attorney John Galligan to mail the undated, six-page, hand-written letter to the pope. A copy of the letter – titled, “A Warning To Pope Francis, Members Of The Vatican, And Other Religious Leaders Around the World” – was provided by the attorney to Fox News.
Hasan appears to make multiple references to the Koran in the letter, and includes a bulleted list of guidelines for “believers.”
In one subsection titled “Jihad,” Hasan praises “The willingness to fight for All-Mighty Allah,” describing it as a test that elevates the “mujahadeen” who “are encouraged to inspire the believers.” He states that “fighters … have a greater rank in the eyes of Allah than believers who don’t fight.”
“Soldier of Allah” Nidal Hasan is also an al-Baghdadi-ISIS fan boy.
In late August — as part of ongoing reporting on homegrown terrorism, “Fox Files: The Enemy Within,” which included a special investigation into Fort Hood — Fox News obtained a separate Hasan letter where he pledged his allegiance to the Islamic State (ISIS) and its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. [...]
It is painfully obvious that the United States is not being defended against all enemies domestic.
Velvet Hammer (crosspost)