San Bernardino Muslim Terrorist’s Family Sues For Money Thats Intended For Victims Families!

Last Christmas 14 innocents were slaughtered at a work party in San Bernardino by jihadist murderers. Then remember how shortly after CAIR L.A. director, Hussam Ayloush told CNN that the United States was to blame for provoking the attack in San Bernardino, “Let’s not forget that some of our own foreign policy, as Americans, as the West, have fueled that extremism,”

CAIR is at it again now representing the mother of one of the San Bernardino terrorists. She is demanding that the judge give HER the proceeds of two life insurance policies seized by the U.S. government. Wait, WHAT? Yep that’s right. Terrorist’s mom who slaughtered over a dozen people in the name of Jihad believes she’s owed the $275,000 of her son’s insurance policy because she is an, “innocent third party beneficiary,” of the policies. She claims that she had no role in the attack last December that killed 14 and injured 22.

Claimants deny the allegations that the Policy Benefits are derived from a Federal crime of terrorism or that they are subject to forfeiture,” Farook’s CAIR lawyer wrote in the filing.

Farook has also asked the judge to order the government to pay her attorney fees.

The government argued earlier this year the two policy payouts were the proceeds of an act of terrorism and should be transferred to a fund for the victims of the attack.

So what do YOU think? Should the mom of a mass murderer be paid for her own son’s death that occurred while he was murdering people? CAIR and the Farook family have no conscience when it comes to humanity. I don’t think anyone should profit off such a tragedy. Anyone who does is disgusting.

A Tea Party activist who worked on four National bus Tours and created Mega Rallies across the country. She has worked with conservative stars like Sarah Palin, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Andrew Breitbart and others.

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