War On Terror: Rushing to empty Gitmo, President Obama has freed three bin Laden bodyguards, ignoring warnings they’d rejoin al-Qaida. Given high recidivism rates of already released inmates, what could go wrong?
Chances are that the terrorists will return to the battlefield or carry out other acts of terror against the U.S. Obama’s own intelligence czar has documented that nearly 30% of prisoners transferred from the Cuban prison have been confirmed or suspected of having re-engaged in terrorist activities.
That means for every three freed from Gitmo, one has returned to holy war against us. Military analysts say that their ability to track all former detainees is limited, so the recidivism rate may, in fact, be much higher.
The American Report
Given his associations with domestic terrorists, ACORN, shadowy Middle Eastern financiers, Muslim Brotherhood groups, communists, Black Liberation Theology, fraud and his vow to “fundamentally transform the United States of America,” should new authority to negotiate international trade agreements be given to the man who calls himself Barack Hussein Obama?
The video below is a narrated exploration of the men and women who shaped the life of Barack Hussein Obama.
Please pass this along to your friends and family, and remind them at the TPP legislation will hand THIS MAN the legal right to overrule Congress.
Narrated by Andrea Shea King.
Accuracy in Media
Millions of American government employees, former employees, contractors and more have had their most personal and private information breached by hackers, because the government failed to take the necessary steps to protect those records. According to Politico, “Administration officials have said privately that signs point to the first hack having originated in China, and security experts have said it appeared to be part of a Chinese effort to build dossiers on federal employees who might be approached later for espionage purposes.”
It is an outrageous and unacceptable breach of trust. The federal government, through the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), interviews everyone who requires any sort of security clearance, and asks the most detailed and personal questions about past associations, indiscretions and behavior, to make sure nothing in their past could subject them to blackmail or subversion. The interviews extend to friends and associates of those being vetted, and those people are also in the databases that have been breached. But now it has come to light that OPM failed to hold up the Obama administration’s end of the bargain by not doing everything they could to protect those records.