Political Correctness rather than national security also drives McCain’s ire
Neil Munro writing for the Daily Caller reviews the “Final Report of the William H. Webster Commission” which concludes that no government officials should be penalized for their inaction while they watched an online al-Qaida organizer persuade U.S. Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan to ultimately massacre thirteen and wound 32 of his fellow soldiers at Foot Hood in 2009, according to the FBI report issued by an independent panel. The panel was chaired by former FBI and CIA director, William Webster — an eighty-eight-year-old Democrat.
“Although we are critical of certain actions and omissions, we do not regard any of those actions to be misconduct that would warrant administrative or disciplinary action,” said the third-last paragraph on the 150-page report.
On his business card, Dr. Hasan, an Army psychiatrist, described himself as a “soldier of Allah.” And although other doctors who worked with him would whisper among themselves that he was a ticking time bomb, they were reluctant to report him lest they be labeled racistislamophobicantimuslimbigots, says Pamela Geller at Atlas Shrugs. She calls the report a “Whitewashing of Islam” — as it dhimmis down the Fort Hood jihad massacre.
Last week radical Islamic apologist John McCain delivered a senate floor outburst of “indignation” blasting U.S. Reps. Trent Franks, (R-AZ), Michele Bachmann, (Minn), Louie Gohmert, (R-TX), Thomas Rooney, (R-Fla.), and Lynn Westmoreland, (R-GA). His rage was ignited by a letter these representatives signed related to suspected national security breaches at the highest levels by Muslim Brotherhood infiltrators. Specifically named is Huma Mahmood Abedin, a top aide to Hillary Clinton.