If ‘The War On Terror Is Over,’ We Must’ve Lost

CNS News

A senior Obama administration official has reportedly declared that  “the war on terror is over.” Judging from recent news headlines, that  must mean that the U.S. has surrendered to the terrorists.

“The war on terror is over,” the senior State Dept. official tells the National Journal.

“Now that we have killed most of al Qaida, now that people have come  to see legitimate means of expression, people who once might have gone  into al Qaida see an opportunity for a legitimate Islamism,” he says.

But, a quick scan of recent news shows the threat of terrorism isn’t over – even according to some administration officials:

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TSA Defends Treating 4-Year-Old Like Terrorist

By Todd Starnes, Fox News & Commentary

A Montana woman said Transportation Security Administration officers at  Wichita Mid-Continent Airport declared her four-year-old daughter a “high  security threat” after the child hugged her grandmother at a security checkpoint — and called for backup after the little girl refused their demands to stop  crying.

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Beck & Gen. Boykin Explore Muslim Brotherhood‘s Grip on America In Upcoming ’Rumors of War III’ Documentary

The Blaze

On Wednesday, April 25, at 7:00 p.m. ET, GBTV will air a powerful documentary entitled “Rumors of War III,” which delves into the infiltration of America’s government by militant Islamists like the Muslim Brotherhood. The special promises to provide “irrefutable evidence of the attack underway being perpetrated by the Muslim Brotherhood and Hezbollah.”

Providing a preliminary look into the investigation, General William Boykin — who appears in the documentary — joined Glenn Beck on his Tuesday morning radio broadcast to discuss some little known facts about the role U.S. lawmakers have played in helping the Muslim Brotherhood gain entry into American politics and government institutions.

Gen. Boykin, a founding member of Delta Force, told Beck that Islamist groups have been gaining access to American lawmakers for years, starting under the Clinton administration. The problem, according to the general, has only been “enhanced” by the Obama administration.

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