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Ms. Raza is spot on in her assessment.

But overcoming a pervasive climate of Political Correctness is slow going, to say the least.

You may recall the shooting at the Ft. Lauderdale airport earlier this month, discussed extensively
in another thread.

Your immediate idea was terrorism, and you said so plainly and unequivocally.

As did many others.

But the Feds here in the States seem to spend a great deal of time and effort not going there.

Because, of course, to do so would imply agreeing with Ms. Raza, and she is so clearly Politically
Incorrect.  So they hide their heads in the sand, and hope nobody notices.

Sorta like a child covering their eyes and thinking that you've disappeared.

From Judicial Watch:


Quote:The records contradict the official government version that Santiago is a mentally ill, Hispanic Army veteran who became unhinged after a tour in Iraq. Additionally, at a bond hearing in a south Florida federal court last week, an FBI special agent with the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) testified that Santiago carried out the attack on behalf of ISIS. The agent, Michael Ferlazzo, also said that Santiago had communicated with Islamic terrorists who were planning attacks on internet “jihadi chat rooms.” Regardless, the initial criminal complaint omits any reference to terrorism. It charges Santiago with performing an act of violence at an airport, using a firearm in the course of a crime of violence and causing death through the use of a firearm. It also reveals that he fired 10 to 15 rounds of ammunition from his firearm, aiming at his victims’ heads and walking while shooting on a methodical manner.

This week’s 22-count grand jury indictment also fails to mention terrorism, even though it was issued after the JTTF FBI agent confirmed Santiago’s ISIS ties in court. Instead, it only charges Santiago with five counts of causing death at an international airport, six counts of causing serious bodily injury at an international airport, five counts of causing death during a crime of violence and six counts of using a firearm during a crime of violence.





http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2017/0...rist-ties/

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FBI Confirms JW Reports Involving Ft. Lauderdale Shooter’s Terrorist Ties - Judicial Watch
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The FBI has confirmed what Judicial Watch reported last week, that the Ft. Lauderdale Airport shooter has ties to radical Islam and carried out the attack on behalf of a terrorist group. During a bond hearing in a south Florida federal court this week, an FBI special agent testified that the shooter, Esteban Santiago, communicatedRead the full post
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