Pro or Con: Have total review of the FBI’s polices and procedures?
3X happened: Pulse, Boston Marathon bombing & Texas exhibition of Muhammad cartoons. More resources, people needed? James McJunkin said in preliminary investigations, there is a cap on the number of hours agents can conduct surveillance. FBI Director Comey said this week that the bureau has sufficient resources? Any ideas?
The federal government said don't be racist, stop monitoring mosques, delete files on people like the Pulse attacker. And they were told to ignore Muslims espousing Jihadi views, so you had the Fort Hood attacks.
So the FBI was hindered by political correctness, and people died.
Only so far as it looks into Obama Administration interfering with normal established protocols. This notion of Muslims getting preferential treatment because of their religion is just bizarre. There are restrictions on actions taken against Muslims, while there is no restrictions on how they treat a middle aged white Christian.
I think I understand Obama's position as; We do not take what could be taken as offensive actions with Muslims because it will force people in into ISSL. Truly incredible.
I googled 'fbi restrictions on muslims investigation' - And I got the Onion, You do know that is a satirical website, correct?
Wait a second here. Of course mine is conjecture. It is a following of news about the process of vetting Muslims. It is based on explanations from the FBI. No way the FBI publishes their protocol. It would give terrorists a blueprint for evading.
https://www.fbi.gov/about-us/training/g … principles "mere association with organizations that demonstrate both legitimate & illicit objectives should not automatically result in a determination ..."
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