It’s Open Season on American Citizens
Barack Obama and the Democratic Party – with the help of Paul Ryan and the GOP Establishment – have declared a permanent open season on American citizens.
It’s called the “Countering Violent Extremism” Act. That certainly sounds like a law designed to stop Muslim butchers from slaughtering Americans, but it’s not. Like most laws coming out of Congress, it’s the exact opposite. It’s designed to protect Muslim terrorist from being investigated.
The Muslim terrorists who murdered 20+ people in San Bernardino were openly posting their plans on Facebook and other social media outlets. Did the FBI investigate? No, they didn’t even know about the posts because they are forbidden by law – the Countering Violent Extremism Act – from even looking at social media accounts. Investigating publicly posted threats is a violation of a Muslim’s “civil rights” according to the Obama administration.
The Orlando shooter’s message on Facebook was “Taste Islamic vengeance.” The FBI didn’t know about – or ignored – that one too. For the same reason.
While the FBI is forbidden from looking at social media accounts, Facebook isn’t. They are on the job! We don’t know if these accounts were reported to the FBI, but they were suspended by Facebook. Oh, not the terrorists’ accounts, the accounts of Pam Geller and Allen West who reported on the Muslim terrorist attacks.
The law is to shield Americans from “right-wing bigots,” and “Islamophobes” not Muslim terrorists. The Obama administration is all about protecting feelings, not people. Especially if the people are American citizens.
The Obama administration has demanded $40 million for the Countering Violent Extremism Task Force. House Speaker Paul Ryan – Obama’s new best friend – is going to make sure he gets it.
Barack Obama and the Democratic Party are accomplices-before-the-fact in the murders in San Bernardino and Orlando. Hopefully God will hold them accountable because the American justice system won’t. Democrats and the Republican Establishment will make sure of that.