In the wake of the Garland jihad shooting, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has met with the terror group CAIR on “countering violent extremism.” The DHS is meeting with a terror spox to counter terror? Why aren’t they meeting with AFDI? And of course Hamas-CAIR is crowing about it.
We have an ISIS fatwa on our heads, and they meet with the Hamas front group to counter terrorists? Who are they going after? Us?
UAE-designated terror group CAIR has repeatedly urged Muslims not to talk to law enforcement. Look at this poster they ran:
Mind you, DHS has not contacted us at all.
“CAIR Reps Meet with DHS Secretary on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE),” CAIR Press Release, May 8, 2015
Homeland Security Chief Hears Skepticism on Effort to Identify Extremists(WASHINGTON, D.C., 5/8/15) – CAIR representatives this week engaged with DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson during two separate meetings focused on the Obama administration’s new countering violent extremism (CVE) program in New York. CAIR officials met previously with the secretary on the same issue in both Minneapolis and Los Angeles.
SEE: CAIR Brief on CVE
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