Muslim shooter participated in meeting that may have advised Obama's Homeland Security

Friday, November 6, 2009

Details are sketchy and this is getting covered up by the liberal media as fast as it got exposed but here are a few key points:

  • Major Nidal Malik Hasan participated in an advisory role in a team that advised Barack Obama's Homeland Security transition

  • Deputy director of the Homeland Security Policy Institute at George Washington University confirmed that Hasan attended the meeting that produced this report: "Thinking Anew – Security Priorities for the Next Administration: Proceedings Report of the HSPI Presidential Transition Task Force, April 2008 – January 2009". Hasan attended as a member of the faculty of the Uniformed Services University School of Medicine, not as an actual member of the Task Force, which means he was only in the audience.

  • The deputy director says Hasan attended several other meetings held by the Homeland Security Policy Institute at George Washington University. Hasan had graduated from the university. It is unclear how this meeting effected the president's policy. According to reports, the team was selected under Bush's presidency.

    Anonymous said...

    If he was only in the audience, why is this such a big deal? You haven't verified that he actually affected any of the president's decisions.

    Anonymous said...

    He didn't have to be an adviser for it to be interesting. He was in the audience. The question is, what was he doing there if the purpose of the meeting was to advise Obama's administration on Homeland Security? It is interesting that he was there, period, considering that he just tried to massacre dozens of Americans. The connection should be obvious, and I don't think I should have to spell it out for you. Think about it.

    Anonymous said...

    If you're talking about the irony, okay, I get that. As for his presence in a meeting correlated with a lapse in homeland security, I'm sorry, but I'm still not seeing the connection. I'm not defending him, he's a murderer, but I'm still not clear about his role in advising the president. He just doesn't appear to have that kind of control over our military and presidential decisions. Perhaps you can back up his advice with released memos or something to make this article as relevant as think it is.

    Dr B said...

    I am not trying to implicate anything, just bring up an issue that warrants much more investigations and serious questions. Maybe it's nothing, but there is a serious possibility of a huge problem here.

    Anonymous said...

    I will definitely agree with you there. This whole situation demands some serious investigation. Obama's indifference to it so far and how this killer was allowed to serve in the position he did is unacceptable. People need to stop catering to extremists in the name of respecting religious diversity.

    True!! His religion seems to have been an excuse to overlook his radical comments and internet posts that supported suicide bombers, etc. Those things should have been taken into consideration when allowing him around the troops (let alone providing them with mental health help) before he killed 13 people and wounded 30 others, and overlooking them now only hurts the investigation. He did a lot of damage and all angles need to be looked at and not ignored for being un-PC. We're not the crazy racist bigots that we're made out to be- that Obama seems to be assuming we are. We just want a fair investigation and analysis.

    To Obama's credit, he made a good speech today at the Ft. Hood Memorial. He is right- no faith can justify murder and the shooter will be judged in this life and the next.

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