Muslim White House Attorney Criticized Prosecution of Terrorists

Part and parcel to the Dhimmi administration.

Hat Tip to Morgen Richmond at Big Government.

My suspicion earlier this week that White House attorney and Islam Envoy Rashad Hussain was involved in covering up controversial comments he made in 2004 turns out to have been well-founded.

Josh Gerstein from Politico reports:

President Barack Obama’s new Islamic envoy, Rashad Hussain, changed course Friday – admitting he made sharply critical statements about a U.S. terror prosecution against a Muslim professor after initially saying he had no recollection of making such comments.

“I made statements on that panel that I now recognize were ill-conceived or not well-formulated,” Hussain said, referring to a 2004 conference where he discussed the case.

Hussain’s reversal came after POLITICO obtained a recording of his presentation to a Muslim students’ conference in Chicago, where he can be heard portraying the government’s cases towards professor Sami Al-Arian, as well as other Muslim terrorism suspects, as “politically motivated persecutions.” Al-Arian later pled guilty to aiding terrorists.

……The main point to emphasize here is that the real story is the cover-up, not Hussain’s actual comments from 2004. Although I find it troubling that an Administration attorney viewed the prosecution of Islamic terrorists and their backers as “politically motived persecutions”, he was a private citizen at the time and still in law school no less. Frankly, I find much more troubling the news that at least 9 political appointees working in the Justice Department directly represented terrorist defendants.

This is a recurring theme in Obama’s administration. The sonofabitch has Communist radicals and Muslim extremists as pals and appointees. But Janet Napolitano is too busy targeting Tea Party patriots and Iraq/Afghanistan War vets as “domestic threats”.

Obama’s entire regime is made up of corrupt, anti-democracy militants. When he got to D.C. he brought a contingent of subversives along to “fundamentally transform” the United States into a Marxist abortion.

There’s three things standing in their way; the Constitution, Bill of Rights, and fed-up patriots.

2012 cannot come soon enough.

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