Senate Hearing: While Feds Scrubbed References To Islam, Terrorists Escaped Notice

A Tuesday Senate hearing Sen. Ted Cruz chaired discussed the ‘willful blindness’ of Democrats’ approach to combatting Islamist terrorism.

On Tuesday, Sen. Ted Cruz chaired an investigative hearing to determine whether law enforcement agencies are deemphasizing radical Islam while investigating terrorism in the United States. Its purpose, according to Cruz’s website, was to “investigate how the federal government has not only refused to appropriately identify the specific threat of radical Islam, but has sought to undermine the people and information who have sought to highlight the threat.”

  • Shebel

    I guess it is OK -long as Muslims just KILL —
    White people , Christians and Jews

  • ntt1

    obama is a muslim ,what the “bleep ” do you expect?

    • Barbara Masson


  • Maybe that is because Obama secretly (or not) supports them.

    • Clausewitz

      No secret there. Just read his book if you can stomach the bull shit, but he clearly does say that in the event of a war, he’ll be on the side of the Muslims.

      • Again – why hasn’t this b@$#@rd been given the James Madison treatment?

  • Alain

    The one on Kerry’s right, is that a tranny? One never knows anymore.

  • lolwut?
  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Are the so called feds so malleable in their thinking that they can’t maintain their own culture within the constraints of the bureaucratic duckspeak they have to live within?
    Almost every goddamned cop movie is about the cop with a hunch who gets his badge and his gun taken away by his by the rules boss and in the end rises above it all.

    • V10_Rob

      That kind of organizational schizophrenia makes for a toxic and stressful work environment, where your job involves stuffing the square peg of reality through the bosses’ circular fantasy world hole, and when things inevitably don’t work out very well, it’s YOUR fault for somehow sabotaging the system.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        There’s a certain level of don’t ask don’t tell in every workplace.
        I took over a banquet department with twenty five percent labour costs versus revenues.
        When I got it down to fifteen percent my boss said don’t cut it anymore.
        They will want it all the time.
        He may have had a point but it dismayed me.
        I saved the company a hundred grand and I was being told not to go further.
        By the way, I had no incentive to cut labour costs other than to prove I was doing a better job than the previous managers I had to work for.
        I didn’t get a cut or a raise for my skill.
        And how I did it was completely counterintuitive.
        I took my best staff and told them they could have full time hours as long as they kept busy during the slow times and stepped up during the crunch times.
        I stopped scheduling the rest whenever I couldn’t depend on them to answer my phone calls or come in on short notice.
        When I quit they all left within the year.