Okay friends…this is something you just have to read and listen to as well to appreciate. I’ll start off with this, congressman Louie Gohmert has been one of my favorite patriotic congressman we have in office that serves in the House. He has never, ever minced words whatsoever no matter the topic and he never backs down. AWD has recently named him ‘Dude of the Week‘…I’ve felt the same for more years than I can count at this stage of the game and have stated as such over the years. He’s one of the best, he fights the good fight and I, for one, am very thankful for him.
See what he had to say about the Muslim Brotherhood and other things….and I mean important ‘other things.’
You can read about both of the reports via this link…it connects you with both. So, to cut to the chase here we go…see what you think.
Speaking with Secure Freedom Radio host Frank Gaffney this week, Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) alleged that the Obama administration has actively aided al Qaeda and follows the advice of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Gohmert told Gaffney that anti-Muslim investigations are necessary because President Barack Obama made “horrendous decisions” in backing the “revolutions in Northern Africa and across the Middle East and to the Far East.” He chalked such decisions up to the administration listening closely to the advice of Muslim Brotherhood members. Transcript below (emphasis added in bold):
GAFFNEY: Congressman Gohmert, let me just ask you quickly because you were one of five members of the House of Representatives, Newt Gingrich called you all the National Security Five, who back in June of this year wrote letters to Inspectors General of five different departments raising the question that some of these dismal policies that have resulted in the Obama administration embracing Islamists at home as well as abroad and finding itself I would argue squarely on the wrong side of history as far as freedom is concerned, may be a function of these Muslim Brotherhood associated individuals who are serving in or advising the Obama administration. Looking at what’s happening now, looking at what has developed since you wrote those letters, do you feel that that issue should be raised anew and much more aggressively as Congress looks into the fiasco in Benghazi and now more recently in Egypt?
GOHMERT: Absolutely. I think it almost makes a prima facie case when you look at the decisions made by this administration over the last couple of years, or actually all four years. You look at the decisions it made especially in the last two years in going through the revolutions in Northern Africa and across the Middle East and to the Far East, and the only way you can explain the horrendous decisions that were so completely wrongheaded would be if this administration had a bunch of Muslim Brotherhood members giving them advice.
As Gaffney noted, Gohmert was among the handful of Republican representatives who alleged that Hillary Clinton‘s aide Huma Abedin had ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. He was so fervent in his beliefs that he shouted down Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano when she challenged his assertions in Congress.
Later on in the program, Gohmert accused the president of “wanting a new Ottoman Empire to take place” by allegedly “allowing” al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood to take over in post-Gaddafi Libya.
Then we have this…this is included in a highlighted link in this report, but it’s very important it’s included in this story as well.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), one of the five Republicans behind the controversial letter accusing Clinton aide Huma Abedin of ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, insisted Thursday morning to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano that he doesn’t accuse anyone of anti-American behavior simply because they are Muslim.
“You follow me around the world, you see me hugging Muslims around the world, because the ones I hug are our friends,” Gohmert told Napolitano during a House Judiciary Committee hearing. “This administration seems to have a hard time recognizing members of terrorist groups who are allowed into the White House.”
Gohmert’s questions were specifically in regards to Mohamed Elibiary, an appointee on President Barack Obama’s Homeland Security Advisory Council who was accused last year of leaking intelligence documents that reflected poorly on Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
Napolitano insisted that Gohmert’s claims were “misleading,” and claimed that she was not aware of any classified documents being downloaded by Elibiary. The secretary kept a calm tone as Rep. Gohmert became increasingly aggressive — at several points raising his voice at her. “I’m asking you if you know simple facts,” he shouted at one point, interrupting her.
The secretary also took a shot at the congressman’s seeming obsession with Muslim infiltration of the government: “What bothers me, quite frankly, are the allegations that remain against anyone who happens to be Muslim,” she said. said.
“The allegations are not because he is Muslim,” Gohmert replied before delivering the “hugging Muslims” line as his defense against accusations of Islamophobia.
As Rep. Gohmert continued to get heated, Judiciary Committee Chairman Lamar Smith (R-TX) had to step in and make the congressman tone down his anger.
During the latter portion of the congressman’s allotted time, he repeatedly interrupted to accuse Napolitano of avoiding straight answers. “These kinds of insinuations demean the committee,” a frustrated Napolitano said at one point. “The insinuation that I or my staff would allow someone who is a terrorist to infiltrate –”
Rep. Gohmert interrupted to insist he was making “no such insinuation” and that he has met Elibiary, “a very nice gentleman.” Eventually Rep. Smith cut the congressman off, with others shouting “he’s out of order!”
Check out the battle below, via C-SPAN 3:
These people have patience…they have planned to take over this country and have blatantly stated as such time and again. Wake-UP America…it’s almost too late!
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