Janet Napolitano Is Consistent-She Never Tells The Truth?
Three months after Barack Hussein Obama’s January 2009 inauguration, Department of Homeland Security head Janet Napolitano made an almost humorous claim about the ethics of her organization, stating, “We are on the lookout for criminal and terrorist activity but we do not—nor will we ever—monitor ideology or political beliefs…”
Yet with the same obvious political agenda displayed by Homeland Security and its many federal handmaidens since the 9/11 attacks, Napolitano’s Department in 2009 deliberately ignored the Islamic elephant in the room, opting instead to warn the American public of the threat posed by the TRULY dangerous among us, epitomized by those who own Gadsden “Don’t Tread on Me” flags, those who own guns and by fervent believers in the Constitution of the United States.
No ideology? No political beliefs? The 2009 assessment of “Right Wing Extremism” published by Obama’s DHS was such an obvious assault on the Constitutional rights (and intelligence) of those with ideological and political beliefs unacceptable to the Regime that Napolitano had to withdraw it, apologize for its content and invent the lame excuse that it had been introduced before it was ready.
But with a limitless supply of tax dollars in DHS coffers, Napolitano has continued and extended the administration’s attack on the right with a new department lexicon, labeling as “extreme” anything contrary to the views of proponents of the liberal agenda. Passed off as a handy guide to “standardize the terms” used by the Department in defining the threat of “homegrown violent extremism,” it is actually an attempt to standardize the views of the American public as to who and what a terrorist is!
Of course, the words “Muslim” and “Islam” are still missing
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