Michelle Bachmann, member of the Intelligence Committee and Tea Party favorite, had sent letters questioning the Muslim Brotherhood’s threat and concerns if those with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood had been properly vetted.
She made no accusations, but questioned if Huma Abedin, aide to Hillary Clinton, had been properly vetted in light of the fact that she holds a particularly information-sensitive position within the State Department.
Few Republicans have come to the defense of Bachman. Boehner, McCain, Rubio and Brown have thrown her under the bus. Left wingers associated with George Soros have asked that she be removed from the Intelligence Committee.
Limbaugh, Beck and Gingrich have voiced support of Bachmann and Breitbart has reported that there are three reasons we might want to take a closer look at Abedin.
1. Abedin’s mother is not only a member of the Muslim Sisterhood, but also sits on the Guidance Board of the organization. This makes her not only a member of the Muslim Brotherhood’s female auxiliary, but also a prestigious member.
2. Another member of the Muslim Sisterhood’s Guidance Bureau is Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi’s wife, which means Abedin’s mother and the wife of an renowned Muslim Brotherhood member are in regular and frequent contact.
3. Lastly, Abedin’s brother, Hassan Abedin, has allegedly collaborated with Omar Naseef and Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, two of the most influential terror supporters in the world.
Additionally, Abedin’s father (deceased) was a member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
There is a simple solution here. All government employees seeking employment which require a security clearance must fill out the standard form #86. The applicant is required to answer all questions truthfully and with candor. I suppose it would be a waste of time, but Bachmann could request a review of the application.
I doubt that the Obama Administration would release the application.
I’ve changed my mind, no need for an apology here. I think I’ll finish my Chick-Fil-A.
Submitted by dharrison. Pray hard!