Saturday, February 16, 2013

Prez Hussein Nominates Two Islamist Infiltrators to Cabinet Positions?

Prez Hussein's recently departed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (who resigned in disgrace after her bungling lead to the murder of our diplomats in Benghazi) hired a Muslim-Brotherhood-connected individual as her deputy chief of staff.

Now it appears as though both proposed Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and proposed CIA Chief John Brennan have ties to radical Islam. According to a writer for the National Review, "rumors abound on Capitol Hill that a full disclosure of Hagel's professional ties would reveal financial relationships with a number of unsavory groups, including one purportedly called Friends of Hamas" ( initially broke the story).

And it also appears as though John Brennan converted to Islam (*gasp*). World Net Daily reports that former FBI Islam expert John Guandolo says, "Brennan did convert to Islam when he served in an official capacity on the behalf of the United States in Saudi Arabia", and that "his conversion to Islam was the culmination of a counterintelligence operation... to recruit him".

Can there be any doubt that Prez Hussein's Christianity is a sham and that he is in fact a Muslim working with the radical Islamists to bring down the US (from the inside)? This is seriously scary stuff people! The question now is: will the Congressional Republicans have the nerve to block these appointments?

I'm thinking "no". Hussein's people are probably at work covering up this information, and painting the truth tellers out there as "conspiracy theorists", right now.

So, what do you think? Is this the end of America as we know it? Will Prez Hussein complete his mission in the next four years, or will he leave that to Hillary?

TLB #12


  1. I have no problem with someone converting to Islam and back, but his possible ties to a specific organization whose main goal is killing off many millions of people does give me pause.

  2. You're referring to John Brennan and "Friends of Hamas"? Let's hope the Republicans get the documents they're requesting and this gets out... if true I don't see how he can possibly be confirmed.

  3. I heard a lengthy piece on the radio yesterday interviewing the journalist who created "Friends of Hamas" from his imagination, as a sort of "what if". Someone overheard him and ran with it.

    For me, it gives me pause enough that the terrorists in Iran have endorsed him.

  4. Me too. It's one of those things that sounds true, and where there is smoke there is fire, right?