After the EgyptAir crash, I saw Homeland Security Chief, Jeh Johnson, making press statements that he will be active in the Egyptian air crash investigation. About a week ago, when reports of long airline lines were being reported, he also made statements that these long airport lines will continue for some time — insinuating that this was “normal” and nothing to worry about.
A weird feeling came over me. A feeling of suspicion. As if this was being said to make people more concerned with the inconvenience of “waiting” in lines rather than something more serious. Another reason for my suspicion was the repeated reports, which lasted several days, of how these long lines would last throughout summer, for many months — and again, these reports always emphasized frustration at “waiting” rather than the real danger of large crowds gathered in one spot for many hours.
Remember the Brussels airport attack? The attacks took place where there were the longest lines. The terrorists did this to kill as many people as possible – while they were stuck waiting in line.
I got to thinking about all this and I did a little research to refresh my memory about Jeh Johnson — Homeland Security Chief.
Jeh Johnson supports illegal immigration. His reasoning, which he gave to the press, is that his grandfather was “dragged before the House Committee on Un-American activities”. (1) (uh, maybe because he was un-American?)
Johnson repeated this story about his grandfather in December 2015 while giving a joint press conference with Muslims at the Adams Center, in which he stated that he was “showing solidarity with Muslims.” That was just months ago, folks. And it gets worse.
Jeh Johnson, Homeland Security Chief, is a Muslim sympathizer and pro-Islamist.
The Adam Center’s religious director is Imam Mohamed Magid, who is a leading member of an organization tied to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas. (2)
Also at the Adams Center, in which he was directly speaking to Muslims, Johnson bragged that he is in control of homeland security for the entire nation. This is rather scary bragging considering Johnson’s affiliations with Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas.
Jeh Johnson had previously been “General Counsel of the Defense Department.” Obama appointed Johnson to this position in 2009.
Jeh Johnson participated in the writing of Obama’s counterterrorism policies which included changing Homeland Security’s training of Transportation Security Officers (TSO’s).
Transportation Security Officers are responsible for screening passengers and luggage at U.S. airports. Thanks to Obama and his appointees, like Jeh Johnson, the TSO have been trained as follows:
* how to properly handle a Quran (thereby forcing a reverence towards the Quran, but more importantly, to deter suspicion of Muslim travelers who may be extremists)
* the different ways Muslim women cover themselves and the way Muslim men dress–in baggy “robes” (so that TSOs will not question a fully veiled woman and so they will be less likely to be suspicious of, or to search people dressed in baggy Islamic attire)
* received demonstrations of Muslims praying (so that TSOs will allow Muslims to take over space in an airport to pray without asking questions or without disrupting them)
In July 2015, there was an undercover testing of airline check-in terminals. The TSA officers failed to identify bombs, weapons and other security threats 96 percent of the time. (3)
They failed 96 percent of the time!
I don’t like our Homeland Security Chief. He has close ties with Muslim Brotherhood and openly states he’s in solidarity with Muslims. Since being involved with the Defense Department, the Defense Department has kowtowed to the pro-Muslim agenda. And then after being appointed Homeland Security Chief – TSA officers failed to identify bombs 96% of the time!
Something smells fishy. I can’t help but think this is a setup.
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