America, the children are ‘in charge’ in Washington DC … and not very smart children, at that.
While pandering to the LGBT community in Orlando DOJ AG Lorretta Lynch said this…
She said investigators will “go back … and see if there’s anything we could have missed or anything we could have done better” in terms of spotting gunman Omar Mateen as a threat.
She wouldn’t give specifics about the investigation or a possible motive. She said “people often act out of more than one motivation” and called the June 12 massacre at the gay club “clearly an act of terror and an act of hate.” She added that a motive may never be known.
“We do feel as we build a timeline and build his life, we will be able to figure out why. I can’t say we will be able to narrow it down to one motivation. Sometimes, more than one. This appears to be an act of terror and hate,” she said.
Simply put, she just doesn’t know what Mateen’s motivation was to shoot-up a LGBT nightclub and kill and injure dozens and dozens of innocent people all while declaring his allegiance to ISIS and praising Allah.
Lynch also believe, seriously, “Our most effective response to terror and hatred is compassion, unity and love.”
Yeah, that’ll work. Yet, AG Lynch had no problem(s) solidly defining shooter Dylann Roof’s “motivation” in the Charleston church shooting aftermath.
A longer version video of how and why Obama is very often contradicted by his own intel advisers (including Robert Gates, James Clapper, Gen. Joseph Dunford, John Brennan, and James Comey), and insight into Barry’s narrative from (Ret.) Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (and Obama’s former intel director) here.
(PJM) – Now, one controversial former FBI agent — and current consultant to the Obama administration on “countering violent extremism” (CVE) — is suggesting a national gun registry be created. Such a registry would target millions of law-abiding American citizens.
Gamal Abdel-Hafiz, born in Cairo, immigrated to the U.S. in 1990. He recently retired from the FBI after 22 turbulent years at the bureau. Following the Orlando attack, Abdel-Hafiz explained his rationale for creating a national gun registry:
A former FBI counter-terrorism agent says lawmakers could make mass murders less likely. “What we need to do is keep the ownership of guns known to the government, so we know who has what,” said security consultant Gamal Abdel-Hafiz. “And I know a lot of people are against that.”
He also defended the FBI’s handling of the Mateen case, despite the FBI having conducted multiple interviews with the killer based on statements and threats of violence he had made, and then shutting down the investigation…