None Dare Call Major Hasan A Terrorist

July 21, 2012 7:13 am 3 comments

A heavily redacted report – by former FBI Director William Webster (07/20/2012 “Houston Chronicle”, Page B1) – following a two-year review of the Fort Hood “shooting rampage” by Major Hasan declined to assign individual blame for “failing to prevent the November 2009 tragedy”.

Describing the deadliest attack on a U.S. military base (13 killed, 32 wounded) as a “tragedy” is acceptable since “tragic” can also mean “disastrous”. However, Mr. Webster’s statement “(Major Hasan) arrived at the deployment center 11/05/2009 and opened fire shouting ‘God is Great’ in Arabic” contradicts the Department of Defense classification of the major’s massacre as “workplace violence”.

From Day 1 the Commander in Chief of all U.S. military has appeared more protective of Major Hasan than in securing justice for the families of those killed and wounded and, indeed, for all U.S. military personnel. Reportedly, Obama’s protection included instructing Fort Hood soldiers and their dependents not to mention Major Hasan shouting God is Great in Arabic.

It will be interesting to see if the President can postpone the Major’s trial beyond election day 2012, coincidentally three years and one day after the deadliest terrorist attack ever on a U.S. military base.

3 Comments

  • Unbelievable! This poisonous political correctness is ingrained into our political institutions. If, God willing, Romney wins the presidency, he really needs to clean house of all the Obama appointees (Marxists) from our government. It’s too bad he won’t be able to fire all the federal civil-servant bureaucrats as well.
    And, not only is Hasan a terrorist, but he’s damn ugly too!

  • Martha Wilco

    They’ll rant and rave over the Batman shooter and call for gun control, etc, etc….but they’ll sweep this terrorist attack under the rug and ignore the threat of Muslim extremists on our own soil. The main stream media is one of the biggest threats to our nation.

    • You american guys are fools. These idiots came to US not to help you but to screw you. Chase them out to sauidi arabia.

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