Senator Ted Cruz grilled DHS head Jeh Johnson about the expunging of “jihad”, “Muslim”, and “Islam” from all administration reports. “Muslim Brotherhood” is also expunged.
Mr. Johnson has not investigated the question of expunged records. Johnson said he has no idea if the words or words like “radical Islamic terrorism” were removed and while he finds it interesting and makes for political debate but in practical terms, it gives them credence as some form of Islam.
Oh, hello, it is some form of Islam.
Cruz explained how failing to use the proper terminology does have a negative impact on investigations. It keeps DHS from responding to red flags such as the ones at Fort Hood.
Cruz said he’s worried about the failure to connect the dots because all the red flags of radical Islamic terrorism is not followed up on because of the administration’s willful blindness.
Johnson said the law enforcement and intelligence community are identifying terrorists plots are irrespective of the label. We only need labels when we are building bridges to these communities.
Not to connect any dots, there are still some other dots that should be looked at beyond what Jeh Johnson is saying.
In 2001, an Islamic manifesto called The Project was discovered in Switzerland. This document is a plan to carry out a quiet coup within the United States through indoctrination, subversion and infiltration at all levels of our government and through key positions in education and other influential positions such as the media.
During The Holy Land trial in 2008, the Muslim Brotherhood’s ten-year plan to take over North America was sealed in 80 boxes and they are kept from the public. Documents outlining the plan for North America, the enablement, settlement and rooting of Islam in North America, first in Arabic, then in English, can be found here. It describes a process of infiltration.
The Brotherhood does not want radical islam associated with Islam.
The NYPD terrorism report was expunged after New York City agreed to not surveil Mosques. Under former Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, the report served as a blueprint for the NYPD’s “demographic unit,” which sent plainclothes detectives into Muslim cafes, stores and mosques to detect potential terrorists.
It was reworded after it was expunged.
The following is the original.
In the original NYPD report (pdf), one Islamic group commended the NYPD report and was critical of the Muslim Brotherhood-linked groups CAIR and MAS. The terror-linked Islamic groups seemed to have more influence than others.