It’s time to start questioning the Patriotism of our leaders

During an appearance on Fox News Sunday, former counter-terror expert for the CIA and FBI Philip Mudd made the shocking claim that the bombings at the Boston marathon should not be considered terrorism; they should be compared to Columbine and treated as murder. As a ‘counter-terror’ expert, Mudd has officially exposed himself as complicit in denial.

The question is why?

Via MediaIte:

Ok, so why would someone whose name is Mudd (oh, the irony) deny the obvious? All signs point to him being beholden to forces that don’t want the truth revealed. Are not those forces sympathetic to Sunni Islam?

Consider Juliette Kayyem, CNN’s contributor and expert who also likened the Boston marathon bombings to Columbine:

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Why would Kayyem go out of her way to avoid identifying the Boston marathon bombings for what they were? They were perpetrated by Chechen Muslims. Period.

Consider that Kayyem once served as the homeland security advisor for Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, as well as Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental Affairs at the Department of Homeland Security for Barack Obama.

So, both Mudd and Kayyem have decided to compare the Boston marathon bombings with the Columbine shootings, despite the fact that Islam is the one glaring difference.


It could very well be a matter of treason.

Consider that Deval Patrick embraced an Imam tied to a Muslim Brotherhood group – the Muslim American Society – in 2010. If Kayyem was in any way beholden to Patrick or Obama, it’s conceivable that she would have a motive relative to running interference for both of them.

Comparing the marathon bombings to Columbine is an obvious example because Islam was not a factor in the latter.

Apples and oranges anyone?


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