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Senate leader investigating possible FBI deception about Garland, Texas terror attack

Remember: at our free speech event, Geert Wilders, the leader of Holland’s second largest political party, was there. He has for years been targeted for assassination. Imagine if they had been successful. My colleague Robert Spencer and I have 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? 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?
The FBI knew about the attack before it happened, but did not alert law enforcement or my security apparatus. When I first heard that the FBI had prior notice of the attack, I thought that it was very short-term notice. It was assumed by many people that the FBI had had some sketchy prior knowledge of the attack, but nothing particularly specific.
Now we find they were in on the planning of the jihad attack, and did nothing about it. If you recall, the FBI only got around to alerting Garland police about Simpson’s jihad plans three hours before our event. It was Garland police, not the FBI, that coordinated all the super security efforts with our own security team.
The FBI knew about the impending attack, one of their agents told Simpson to “tear up Texas,” and an accomplice of Simpson was even communicating with the undercover agent at the time of the attack.The Daily Beast reported that this accomplice “asked the undercover officer about the Draw Muhammad event’s security, size, and police presence, during the event, according to an affidavit filed in court. The affidavit does not specify what the undercover responded to questions about size and security.” Why not? Why weren’t the agent’s answers released?
They knew about the attack, yet they didn’t have a team there in case the jihadis started shooting? It’s hard to escape the conclusion that the Obama FBI wanted me and the other speakers at the event 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, in my view, 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.

“Senate leader investigating possible FBI deception about Texas terror attack,” by Malia Zimmerman and William Lajeunesse, Fox News, April 20, 2017 (thanks to Dale):

A powerful U.S. senator has launched an investigation into whether the FBI knew about a planned attack by ISIS-inspired terrorists at an anti-Muslim cartoon show in the Dallas area and did nothing to stop it — and also misled the lawmaker about circumstances of the 2015 attack.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., chairman of the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, said he learned from a recent national media report that the FBI was tailing the two terrorists, Elton Simpson, 31, and Nadir Soofi, 34, and an agent was just steps away when the pair jumped from their car and began shooting at police guarding the “Draw Mohammad” event at the Curtis Culwell Center in the Dallas suburb of Garland, Texas. The terrorists, who pledged allegiance to ISIS, struck Bruce Joiner, an unarmed security guard, in the leg, before snipers killed them. The attack was significant because it was the first that the Islamic State took credit for on U.S. soil. Soofi and Simpson had been in touch with an ISIS recruiter in Somalia.

“It is concerning that when I wrote to the FBI and Department of Justice, they never told me about the fact that they had some FBI asset, whether it was an agent or informant, tailing Soofi and Simpson,” said Johnson.

“Why didn’t they intervene? As a member of the Senate oversight committee, I think these agencies should be honest when we actually ask them the questions. But it begs the question, what was the FBI doing in Garland, and why wasn’t the agency direct with me when we first started writing letters about this back in 2015?”

Johnson is referring to two individuals who had prior contact with the shooters. One was a paid FBI informant, the other an FBI undercover agent.

Ten days before the attack Simpson hooked up with an FBI undercover informant via the internet, according to an FBI affidavit filed by Agent Shawn Scott Hare in August 2016. The affidavit was filed in a case against Erick Jamal Hendricks, a North Carolina man charged with conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State.

The affidavit reveals the FBI was aware on May 2, the day before the attack, that Soofi and Simpson were headed to Garland to attend the Draw the Prophet Muhammad Event.

According to the criminal complaint, Hendricks directed the FBI informant to join them there, and allegedly said: “If you see that pig (meaning the organizer of the contest) make your ‘voice’ heard against her.”

Hendricks also asked him a series of questions related to security at the event, including: “How big is the gathering?” “How many ppl?” “How many police/agents?” “Do you see feds there?’ “Do you see snipers?” and “How many media?”

The informant was there, parked behind Simpson and Soofi, when they opened fire.

Together, Soofi and Simpson had amassed 1,000 rounds of ammunition, six different weapons, plus body armor and were carrying a copy of an Islamic State flag, Johnson said.

“All I know is we don’t have the straight story from the FBI,” Johnson said. “We are just so fortunate that local law enforcement was able to take care of the situation to prevent another mass attack. This was a real tragedy averted.”

On March 26, “60 Minutes” first reported that the FBI had been monitoring Simpson for years, that an FBI agent was tailing the terrorists and took cell phone footage of the shooting from 30 feet away. Police apprehended and handcuffed the FBI undercover agent as he fled the scene.

Johnson said he shouldn’t be learning about the facts of the event two years later, and from the media.

“This is not something that should be revealed on ‘60 Minutes’,” Johnson said. “This should be something that the FBI comes forward and tells the oversight committee.”

Johnson also is questioning the FBI’s hiring of an informant, identified as Dabla Deng, who was paid $132,000 for befriending Simpson while also taping their conversations for more than 1,500 hours. The three men — Deng, Simpson and Soofi — went shooting in the desert several times, according to court records and Simpson had been under investigation and at times surveillance, since 2006.

Despite this information — and that of the FBI informant on scene — a spokesperson for the FBI National Press Office told Fox News, “There was no advance knowledge of a plot to attack the cartoon drawing contest in Garland, Texas.”…

  • Bob Katt

    Drain the swamp!

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      Considering how corrupt the various three letter law enforcement departments are maybe they just need to be disbanded wholesale.

      • Bob Katt

        Amen to that.

  • Liatris Spicata

    It was Garland police, not the FBI, that coordinated all the super security efforts with our own security team.

    Any retired FBI agents here who can comment on whether or not this is at variance with standard procedure? There probably is not a lot of precedent to rely on, though.

    Nevertheless, I am grateful that an influential senator sees this as worthy of a Senate investigation. Pamela’s readers should encourage their own senators to support a thorough investigation and, to the extent possible. to make the findings public.

  • Pray Hard

    Deception? The Federal Bureau of Islamization? Awwwww, tell me it just ain’t so!

  • Pray Hard

    I think it’s much better the the Islamopanderingdelusional effbeeeye didn’t get involved. They would have turned it into a Chinese clusterf*ck with probably everyone but the terrorists getting killed. Thank goodness for straight shootin’ Texas cops, huh? The terrorists are dead and Pamela, Geert, Robert, Pig Man, et al are all still alive … I think I’ll have a Dr. Pepper.

  • Dave Quilty

    Comey will start an investigation and then testify that he can’t comment on an ongoing investigation ; eighteen months later he will say there is no evidence to act on. “We have met the enemy and he is us” , Pogo.

    • Jerry Dobson

      Comey needs to go first from the quisling dhimmi swamp.

  • Mahou Shoujo

    Any federal government employee under the o’bimbo administration is suspect of anti American, pro islamic action, purge the lot.

    • Bradley Lexvold

      I think I know who this guy is. There were people there from all walks of life, but this one guy didn’t fit in quite. Everyone else was reserved, but would give their occupation freely. This guy lied to me a couple of times, for no good reason. It’s always hard to know if you can trust others around you unless you’ve known them for a while, and that is normal, and trusting a complete stranger without knowing their positions on things isn’t well thought through, but no one has to lie about their occupation.
      Only steady meetings of groups that have similar goals can remove traitors.

  • Jerry Dobson

    There are lots more quisling dhimmi traitors in American government positions. Trump better get his ass in gear.

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    It sounds like the F-I_B was disappointed in the outcome of their muslum OPFOR.

  • Between Comey’s probable funding of the British Spy FAKE Dossier & his role in the FISA Court misinformation Comey provided, Comey is about to provide President Trump with just cause to fire him….GOOD RIDDANCE !

  • Dan Knight

    put it on the other foot … what would have happened if the attack had been planned against a random soft target like a mall or a Leftist event? … We would expect arrests to come long before shooting started, and the usual suspects would be crying and whining about entrapment. That’s happened before. But in the case of Garland, they let the perps play out their fantasy until a few brave officers terminated them. …

    It is enough to make you wonder, and I’d like to know what the heck was going on.

  • Mr Paul Middleton

    I hope this goes all the way to Obozo and he gets life.

  • Donoradvocate .

    It’s funny but it’s not, that an FBI agent is caught sneaking away from the battle without ever having fired a shot.

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