General: Muslim Brotherhood Inside White House

January 10, 2014 11:53 am  

‘There are a whole host of people in this government’

(Tea Party) – A Washington political insider, retired US Air Force General Tom McInerney has confirmed that the Muslim Brotherhood has a major presence in the White House inner circle.

In an interview with a Washington radio station, the for assistant vice chief of staff and commander in chief of U.S. Forces Europe has identified as least two Muslim Brotherhood players with direct Oval Office access.


The Muslim Brotherhood influence has been detailed in the book “Impeachable Offenses: The Case to Remove Barack Obama from Office” by New York Times bestselling authors Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott.

In the book the authors document that Obama has aided the return to power of Islamic extremist groups in the Middle East and confirms that the administration may have exposed national security information through Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s deputy chief of staff. Abedin’s family has very close personal ties with the Muslim Brotherhood that run deep.

The second White House figure with disturbing ties to the extremist group is Mohamed Elibiary who is a member of the Department of Homeland Security’s Advisory Council.

In an interview with a Washington radio station concerning a tell-all book by former Defense Secretary Robert Gates that strongly criticizes President Obama and Vice-President Biden for making decisions about national security that were politically motivated, McInerney applauded Gates for doing the nation a service for exposing the practice.

He noted that Gates should have made his concerns known earlier indicating, “We’ve got Muslim Brotherhood in the U.S. government today.”

When asked for their names by the radio talk-show host, McInerney stated, “I haven’t got their names exactly but there’s a list of them, at least 10 to 15 in the U.S. government.”

McInerney expressed strong concern  due to the extremist organization’s influence on our Homeland Security and the secretary of state’s office, where Abedin holds a key post.

“Her parents are Muslim Brotherhood.  And her intuitions are in that direction,” said McInerney. “There are a whole host of people in this government.”  He also cited Islam experts Frank Gaffney and Claire Lopez as those who would have details.

As president of the Center for Security Policy, Gaffney has created a publication called “The Muslim Brotherhood in the Obama Administration.” The publication was created to address the issue that was presented to Congress in July 2012 by Republican Reps. Michele Bachmann, Trent Franks, Louie Gohmert, Tom Rooney and Lynn Westmoreland.

It was those five lawmakers that requested the inspector generals at the Department of Homeland Security, Justice and State to investigate.

While both Democrats and Republicans rushed to defend Abedin, is was reported by news media WND that Abedin worked for an organization that was founded by her family and that planned to mobilize U.S. Muslim minorities in order to transform America into a Wahhabi-style Islamic state. This was according to a manifesto issued by the Saudi monarchy.

Further, Abedin was also a member of the Muslim Student Association where she was a member of the executive board. The association was identified in a 1991 document as a Muslim Brotherhood front group. That document was introduced into evidence during a trial for the Texas-based Holy Land Foundation during the terror-financing trial.

An internal memo is quoted as saying that the Muslim Brotherhood members “must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and ‘sabotaging’ its miserable house by their hands and by the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and Allah’s religion is made victorious over all other religions.”

Claire Lopez, a CSP senior fellow with The Gatestone Institute further wrote: “The careful insinuation of Muslim Brothers into positions from which they can exercise influence on U.S. policy began long before the attacks of 9/11, although their success has accelerated dramatically under the administration of President Barack Obama.”

She went on to say that the “massive Muslim Brotherhood organization network in the U.S., so patiently built up over the decades since that first Oval Office meeting in 1953 [with President Dwight D. Eisenhower], eventually gave it a prominence and (false) reputation of credibility that was unmatched by any other Islamic groups, moderate or otherwise.”

This “information dominance” only intensified during the George W. Bush administration and in the following years, reported Lopez.

“Not only did figures associated and identified with the Muslim Brotherhood achieve broad penetration at senior levels of U.S. policy making, but voices that warned of their true agenda (such as Stephen Coughlin’s) were actively excluded,” she said.

Lopez also identifies this information dominance as the key driver in the U.S policy toward the al-Qaida and Muslim Brotherhood led revolution or “Arab Spring” which she terms more accurately as “Islamic Awakening.”

“Under the Muslim Brotherhood-influenced Obama administration, U.S. policy has undergone such a drastic shift in the direction of outright support for these jihadist movements – from al-Qaida militias in Libya, to the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, and both al-Qaida and Muslim Brotherhood-linked rebels in Syria — that it is scarcely recognizable as American anymore.”

She continues: “The Middle East is coming apart with this administration’s policies. Look at Libya. We should never have gone into Libya. … We’ve got Muslim Brotherhood in the U.S. government.”

It was not by chance that the Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, “reading from prepared notes, absurdly describing the Muslim Brotherhood to the House Intelligence Committee last year as a ‘largely secular’ organization,” wrote WND columnist Diana West.

West adds: “Is it an accident that in June the State Department issued a visa to Hani Nour Eldin of Egypt to meet with senior White House officials? Eldin is a member of Gama’a al-Islamiyya, a terrorist organization once led by Omar Abdel Rahman, ‘the blind sheikh’ convicted of the first attack on the World Trade Center. In the person of Rahman’s successor, Refai Ahmed Taha, the group is one of the five signatories of Osama bin Laden’s February 1998 ‘World Islamic Front Statement Urging Jihad Against Jews and Crusaders.’ Isn’t it imperative to review the policy mechanism that permitted a member of bin Laden’s jihad front into the White House?”

It was also reported in the book “Impeachable Offenses” that the then-CIA director John Brennan, in a speech arranged by a Muslim Brotherhood-tied group, indicated that the Obama administration was calibrating policies in the fight against terrorism to ensure Americans are never “profiled.”  The group has extensive ties with other Brotherhood fronts as well as to the White House and national security agencies.

The session Brennan participated in was organized by the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) whose members blasted Brennan with questions stating that the purpose of the meeting was to launch a “dialogue between government officials and Muslim American leaders to explore issues of national security.”

The group was founded in 1981 by the Saudi-funded Muslim Students Association, a group created by the Muslim Brotherhood. Both groups continue to work as partners. ISNA is recognized for promoting strict Saudi-style Islam in mosques throughout the U.S.

And the indictments of ISNA continue with terrorism expert Steven Emerson calling ISNA “a radical group hiding under a false veneer of moderation” and  Islam scholar Stephen Schwartz describing the group as “one of the chief conduits through which the radical Saudi form of Islam passes into the United States.”

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