Obama Hires Muslim Who praised 9/11 Attacks – Puts Her On Homeland Security Committee!

President Obama once again has shown his cards as an out of touch progressive with an agenda. He recently appointed a 25 year old Syrian immigrant to the Homeland Security Advisory Council’s Subcommittee on Countering Violent Extremism. This is the same person who rejoiced and praised the September 11th attacks and racially baited and attacked white people on social media.

The new appointee is Laila Alawa. She is placed on a committee that serves to stop another terrorist attack like September 11th. Despite the fact she praised it as a good thing. Seems rather ironic.

In September of 2014 she said,

9/11 changed the world for good and there’s not other way to say it. I just hope we keep having open conversations about our differences.”

Alawa came to United States when she was very young, 10 years old. But despite growing up in the United States she still doesn’t really identify as American. She referenced Syria as her homeland. Here is what she is quoted saying in an article,

But I will always be Syrian. I will always be from Syria. I will always be of Syria.”

The Syrian immigrant as taken to social media to express her lack of patriotic feeling and resentment. She said that the United States was never a utopia unless you’re a white land owning male. Furthermore, she has no sympathy for those white people whom she disagrees with. Many of her numerous tweets attack Americas freedom of speech, celebrate terrorism and denounce white males.

She seems to have shown complete disdain for a country she has now been appointed to protect from future terrorist attacks. She will now be in a position of power to possibly have security clearance level information. How safe are we really with this new appointee? As safe as President Obama wants us to be.


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