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The Center for Security Policy's Andrew McCarthy, in a Conference broadcast on C-Span, said that Michelle Bachmann and four other U.S. Representatives possibly even underestimated the degree of infiltration by the Muslim Brotherhood into the United States Government.
In his article written at pjmedia.com , Andrew C. McCarthy, who served as a U.S. Marshall, and as an assistant U.S. attorney in in the southern district of New York, said, "I have to confess that the controversy here baffles me. I don't understand why more people in Washington, from both parties, have not rallied to the support of Congresswoman Bachmann, and Congressmen Gohmert, Franks, Westmoreland, and Rooney. This information was in stark contrast to assertions made by John McCain that the facts brought to light by the five members of congress were "smear based". Mr. McCarthy rightly pointed out in his article written at familysecuritymatters.org that "a person is not required to have done anything wrong to be denied a high-ranking government position, or more immediately the security clearance allowing access to classified information that is necessary to function in such a job. There simply need be associations, allegiances, or interests that establish a potential conflict of interest." In an ironic twist, Mr. McCarthy in a somewhat joking manner while speaking, said that members of Congress and the media had accused him of "McCarthyism". Of course, liberals seem to still not comprehend the ignorance of that statement, since the Venona Papers have revealed Senator JOSEPH McCarthy and the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) to be correct in their suspicions, and that the infiltration may have been even more serious than they ever knew. The tendency of left wing groups to accuse conservatives of as being "Islamophobes", or Homophobes or Xenophobes, seems to be the liberal trend of the modern era. Members of Congress such as Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas and Jackie Speier of California, have tried to belittle members of Congress like Peter King who have expressed concern over violence perpetrated by followers of Radical Islam. Mr. Melvin Bledsoe, whose son Carlos, shot U.S. Army Private William Long in Little Rock, Arkansas said that his son became a follower of Radical Islam after attending the Islamic Center of Nashville. There also have been reports of death threats made by the Muslim community in Murfreesboro, TN. According to John R. Houk of the Conservative Underground, the Tennessean, the local newspaper for middle Tennessee owned by Gannett, has labeled protestors against the radical Islamists as hate mongers and bigots, even though many Christians were simply expressing their First Amendment Rights in their protest of lies from Satan told by Abdulhakeem Mohammed,
(HT: Andrew C. McCarthy, John R. Houk, jamesmichl and firstname.lastname@example.org, Glenn Beck, Michael Savage)