In June of 2012, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) and four other congressmen sent letters to five separate Inspectors General (IG). Each letter contained questions about Muslim Brotherhood infiltration into the U.S. Government. The letter addressed to the IG at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and CC’d to then DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano, raised concerns about DHS adviser Mohamed Elibiary, saying:
“…the Department of Homeland Security has utilized in a key advisory role three individuals with extensive ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, other Islamist organizations and causes: Dalia Mogahed, Mohamed Elibiary, and Mohamed Magid.”
Now we have proof that Elibiary was a member of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a Muslim Brotherhood front group.
Via Ryan Mauro at the Clarion Project:
Senior Department of Homeland Security advisor Mohamed Elibiary used to be an official of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entity and unindicted co-conspirator in the largest terrorism-financing trial in the country’s history.
Elibiary is a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council and was promoted in September. He also served on the Department of Homeland Security’s Countering Violent Extremism Working Group and the Faith-based Security and Communications Advisory Committee.
Elibiary is also a long-time Texas Republican Party official and was a delegate for Senator John McCain in 2008.
Did you catch that part about Elibiary being a delegate for John McCain? More on that in a bit but…
As the old saying goes, the cover-up is often worse than the crime. In this case, much of Elibiary’s past affiliations have been difficult to come by but thanks to Investigative Project on Terrorism, a tweet of a CAIR’s Dallas-Fort Worth Form 990 has revealed that not only did Elibiary work for a Muslim Brotherhood front group as recently as 2003 but he was on that charter’s Board:
As mentioned previously, DHS Secretary Napolitano was cc’d on the letter from Bachmann. All five IG’s were given 90 days to respond to the concerns of these congressmen; none did. It is therefore right to conclude that the Napolitano-led DHS aided in the suppression of evidence against Elibiary.
This leads us back to McCain. In the June 13, 2012 letter to the IG for the State Department (Hillary Clinton CC’d), Huma Abedin was mentioned by name due to her irrefutable familial connections to the Muslim Brotherhood. Inexplicably, McCain was Abedin’s most prominent and vocal defender.
McCain is a traitor.