FBI in CONSTANT CONTACT with Texas Jihadis during Attack

by Veronica Coffin on August 8, 2016

 

 

The FBI knew about the attack in the planning stages and yet they didn’t have a team there in case the jihadis started shooting

Submitted by:  Veronica Coffin

Have you seen the latest bombshells in the recent arrest of an ISIS jihad recruiter in North Carolina? Apart from being indicted in various jihad-terror crimes, he was a ringleader of the ISIS cell that attacked us in Garland, Texas. The devout Muslim continued to pursue his Islamic plot, posting this online well after the attack:

“Our aim was (Geller) and to show her that we don’t care what land she hides in or what sky shields her,” the document said, according to the complaint. “We will send all our Lions to achieve her slaughter.”

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It is being reported that “days before an ISIS fighter attacked a cartoon contest in Garland, Texas, he received a text from an undercover FBI agent. ‘Tear up Texas,’ the agent messaged Elton Simpson days before he opened fire at the Draw Muhammad event, according to an affidavit (pdf here) filed in federal court Thursday.”

It was also revealed that the undercover agent was at our free speech event in Garland, where Simpson and Nadir Soofi attempted a jihad massacre.

The enemedia has pounced on the incitement, entrapment angle — which is absurd. These jihadis were plotting jihad at the Super Bowl and planning to travel to Syria to join ISIS, and we’re supposed to believe they were entrapped? What could anyone say to you or me that would make you a mass murderer? Nothing.

There is a much bigger story here.

While I do believe that undercover FBI agents have to play along with the jihadis they’re dealing with, because in order to be in an informant you have to have credibility, it’s a whole other thing if you’re encouraging and cheering on the proposed murder of Americans who are standing in defense of the freedom of speech, and then not doing anything about it.

Why did the FBI only have one agent there? And not a team waiting for them to shoot back?

They knew about the attack, yet they didn’t have a team there in case the jihadis started shooting?

ISIS recruiter: ““If you see that pig [Pamela Geller] make your ‘voice’ heard against her.”

 

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It’s hard to escape the conclusion that the Obama FBI wanted me and the other speakers at the event dead. Dutch freedom fighter Geert Wilders was the keynote speaker; he has been living with armed guards for years for supposedly “insulting Islam.” My colleague Robert Spencer has received numerous death threats from Muslims. Cartoon contest winner Bosch Fawstin drew Muhammad. Did Obama’s pro-Islam FBI want us all dead?

What other conclusion can be reached?

I’ve been trying to get my mind around this thing. What was Obama trying to do? Teach Americans a lesson? Enforce the edict that he enunciated in the wake of the Benghazi jihad slaughter, that “the future must not belong to those to slander the prophet of Islam”?

If people had died at our Garland event, the murders would have had a blood-chilling effect on the freedom of speech in America. That appears to have been what the Obama administration wanted — and certainly that’s what the enemedia wanted in the wake of our event, as it gleefully and relentlessly blamed us for violating Sharia blasphemy laws and getting shot at.

Here’s an excerpt of the conversation between the jihadi during the Garland attack and the FBI agent:

“How many police/agents?” “Do you see feds there?’ “Do you see snipers?” Abu Darb, the ISIS ringleader asked the FBI agent.

The FBI responses were not in the indictment.

If you look at the Obama administration’s track record in regard to jihad in America, it’s abysmal and ghastly. Look at San Bernardino, Fort Hood, Chattanooga, Orlando…Garland is the only great story.

And now it comes out that in Garland, we had the United States government aiding and abetting the would-be murderers. It’s astonishing.

 Did the Obama administration want us dead? The bottom line is we cannot count on law enforcement to protect us. We need security at all times. It’s why we have security at all of our events and everywhere we go.

 

Source: AFDI

 

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