I don’t know who is more shocked about this, me or Huma Abedin, but it turns out that a former top Clinton Foundation official is also … a senior Muslim Brotherhood official who has just been arrested for – you’ll never guess – inciting violence in Egypt. Not to worry, I’m sure it was only moderate violence. The Washington Free Beacon’s Adam Kredo reports on Gehad [as in Jihad] el-Haddad: A senior Muslim Brotherhood official who, until recently, had been employed by the William J. Clinton Foundation was arrested in Cairo on Tuesday and charged with inciting violence. Gehad el-Haddad served as one
haul her back into congress and ask the tough questions and dont let up until we have answers...start with benghazi and work on up to the brohood.........this is important.....why was this guy working for them.....and why is weiners wife a key person in her inner circle...what difference does it make.....actually quite alot.............
Hilde is ahead in the polls because of name ID and being considered a moderate. Compared to Obama,Attila the Hun is a moderate. Here this woman just got busted for wasting foundation money on extravagant travel and being involved with a crooked fundraiser in DC in 2008 and now we find out she´s in bed with the muzzies. But of course we already knew that with Huma.
The problem is she´s every bit as bullet proof as Obama when it comes to scandals.Once you become a left wing saint,even murder rolls off your back.
If it wasn´ so sad it would be hilarious that hardly anyone can name a GOP candidate for 2016.Maybe reject Jeb Mr.Sweatervest.
The plan has always been to hand the US over to the bearded rat muslims. Somewhere in the future there will be apologies for having the World Trade Towers in the flight path of stolen jets or even for our Christian exsistance and in God we trust on our money. The Clintons are as evil and subversive as the low IQ idiot Obama.
I read the other day that there are at least 7 Muslims working in the Obama administration. Some are tied to the Muslim Brotherhood. Hillary and Obama are up to their eyeballs with the Muslim Brotherhood. Why is it that the MSM does not mention it if it is "good" for our country. Because it is NOT!
Who is surprised by this? Didn´t we find out both Gore and Clinton were out of the country for 9/11? Did we ever find out where Hillary was? If so I didn´t hear. As for darling Chelsea, it depends on who´s talking, she says she was one place and mommy says she was another. Like I said, who´s surprised by this. Not me.
The war on terror has become a joke, a farce, a danse macabre. Look at the CIA with John Clapper as its head and something one quarter of applicants and/or new hires have ties to the MB and that´s okay ´cause as Clapper sais: the MB is really as ecular group.
Congress is not able or willing to challenge the Admin or Hillary on any of this. And until the American people (we being the exception) wake up and smell the mint tea, we are doomed.
Why even look forward to the end of Obama´s Admin if it is going to be replaced by PIAPS.
I wondered how long it would take them to pick up Gehad, but I didn´t know he was a Clinton employee. Now, perhaps Mr. McCarthy could find out who this Elizabeth O´Bagy really is, who her family is, and who her connections are. Pool time! My money is on Bill.
I have a friend who recently took a trip to Washington D.C. He is former military and has some connections. He said that D.C. is crawling with Chinese and Arabs, there everywhere. Has the current Muslim President sold us out? It sure looks like it.
the Clintons are protected like mafia. They can do no wrong are immune and exempt from anything more harmful than questions by new media, and weak sisters like O´Reilly Maybe their totally corrupt foundation graft will interfere with their crimnal acts, like a few famous gangsters that could only be reached for tax evasion. Of course they´d have Muslim connections..... Huma was the start of it that we know. And our government now is filled with other Muslims See the list. Who knows who is good and who is bad ? Robert Spencer JIHAD WATCH and Pamela Geller ATLAS SHRUGS are the two best, most knowledgeable journalists in America on the subject of this supremacist ideology of hate and war. Ask them about Hillary first.
There are TEN Muslim Bros in the Administration. An Egypt Magazine has named them. Just. Google. It.
Our own media refuses to tell us this, you must look outside our borders for other media soyrces. It starts in the cabinet, involves Homeland Security, and so on. The Egyptian magazine names them, and their positions. Go look for yourselves.
Understand the Clinton Foundation has not responded to this...geee..wonder why!!!!was talking to a lib about it today..and she said she had emailed the Foundation and said it was disturbing they had not responded and told them it could affect their fundraising..one can only hope, I told her..got a nasty look..
That someone with connections to the Clintons was a key advisor to Morsi fits well with the one theory that Benghazi was part of a plan – hatched between the Obama administration and Morsi in Egypt – to have “rebels” kidnap Ambassador Stevens and trade him for the blind sheik. The kidnapping would be blamed on the same obscure YouTube video that was cited as the cause of the protest (orchestrated by the Muslim Brotherhood) at the US embassy in Cairo. The plan fell apart when former Navy Seals Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods ignored orders and fired on the rebels.
Time and again Obama has shown an inability to adapt his plans based on changing circumstances (demonstrated in the immediate aftermath of the deadly shootings at the D.C. Navy Yard, when he went ahead with the highly partisan, blame the Republicans speech he had planned, instead of changing the script or postponing the speech to a more appropriate time and place). This inability to adapt explains why all potential military rescue missions were told to stand down (they would have interfered with the planned kidnapping) and why his administration clung to the demonstrably false YouTube video excuse for so long.
Hillary says: What difference does it make???!!! If she runs for prez, she will win. If Horndog can be elected twice and then Obummer can be elected twice, then Hillary will certainly win. This nation is toast. I see the Muslim Brotherhood and sharia law just around the corner.
from search: The six named people include: Arif Alikhan, assistant secretary of Homeland Security for policy development; Mohammed Elibiary, a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council; Rashad Hussain, the U.S. special envoy to the Organization of the Islamic Conference; Salam al-Marayati, co-founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC); Imam Mohamed Magid, president of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA); and Eboo Patel, a member of President Obama’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships.
One little quirk can end Hillary´s advacement to the WH. it´s called the old double standard touted as the glass ceiling syndrome . If all the men voters forget their party race and orientation they will not vote for a woman. That could be the reason for Obe´s grinding war on women mime. It´s not about reproductive matters it´s about cracking the ceiling.
Re: #25 - So you don´t first see a bloody revolution with the government classifying traditional Americans loyal to our Constitution as terrorists and using our military against our own people first. Is is your assumption that conservatives only talk a good game but will silently acquiesce to the imposition of Sharia? If so, you unfortunately may be right. With each passing outrage going unchallenged, maybe there is no tipping point to rouse the martial spirit of our freedom-loving ancestors and we all go gentle into that good night.
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