Stories like these are always welcome sights because they’re so few and far between in today’s world. A New Jersey county sheriff has decided to hire none other than former FBI agent and outspoken critic of Islam and Sharia Law, John Guandolo to train his deputies.
A former FBI agent who claims Nashville’s mosques have no legal right to exist is training the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office about Islam and the threats of terrorism.
John Guandolo, vice president of the Arlington, Va.-based Strategic Engagement Group, is leading training being held at World Outreach Church in Murfreesboro. He spoke at an anti-Shariah law event at Cornerstone Church in Madison on Nov. 11, calling local mosques front organizations for the Muslim Brotherhood with no right to exist.
“They do not have a First Amendment right to do anything,” Guandolo said then.
Rutherford Sheriff Robert Arnold said his department simply wants to learn about Muslim culture.
“There are not many classes out there for anything when it comes to Muslims … but this training isn’t just about that, it has many other components to it,” he said. “My stance is and my office’s stance is, we are not here to pick sides. I am here to protect the people of this county, and I am never going to waiver from that.”
Here is a video of Guandolo explaining perfectly the goals of the Muslim Brotherhood as well as the complete ineptitude of political leaders:
The decision to hire Guandolo, a man who understands not only the threat but the inability of the federal government to either understand the real threat or deal with it appears to be a strategic coup. Since the dawn of the Tea Party in 2009, a continuing theme has been a return to the Tenth Amendment and states rights.
Enter the notion of things changing at the county level. In the case of Rutherford country Sheriff Robert Arnold, he isn’t waiting for his state government or the federal government. He was elected to protect and defend his county and if he sees an Islamic threat, he should defend against it.
Interestingly, a group known as the County Sheriff Project seems to be calling for Arnold’s colleagues everywhere to defend against government overreach.
We will stay on top of this story as we expect that CAIR will object rather vociferously.