Fort Hood shooter was member of Homeland Security Panel advising Obama (Jihadwatch). He served in this capacity at the same time that DHS was writing reports that right wing extremists such as Veterans, tea parties, patriots, and people opposed to abortion and ILLEGAL immigration were the real threat to America. Hasan was a jihadi by any objective analysis and people knew about his anti-American views/Pro-Radical Muslim views long before he murdered 13 people (14 if you include the infant who died within its murdered pregnant mother) at Ft. Hood.
The gunman who killed 12 people today at Ft. Hood appears, based on current media reports, to be Army psychiatrist Nidal Hasan who was listed as a participant in a HomelandInstitute's presidential transition task force last year.
The task force was not officially affiliated with. It was a project of the Homeland Security Policy Institute, an independent thinktank housed at , aimed at drafting policy recommendations for the incoming Obama administration.
According to the task force's May 2009 report [pdf], a "Nidal Hasan" from theUniversity School of Medicine was a task force event participant. Other participants included Senate and House staffers, officials, Defense Department officials, and reporters for Politico, , and the London Times.... (Atlas Shrugs)
When I suggested before his election, that the current commander-in-chief, Barack Hussein Obama Jr., be investigated for his Islamic relationships, I was shouted down. "Come on, he's a Black Liberation Theologist" (sort of a Christian if you stretch your imagination), people replied. I'm sure if I was in the army and suggested that Major Hasan be relieved from his duties because of his radical Islamic views and actions, that it would have gone to the top and I would have been slapped down by Barack Hussein Obama. (Maybe to have ended up like that police officer in Cambridge, MA, who ended up having a well publicized beer with the President. Maybe cashiered from the army for being a RACIST).
Major Nidal Hasan worked with the Department of Homeland Security as an advisor on Islamic matters. I wonder what sort of advice he gave and who relied on that advice to make a decision?