Huma Abedin & Frank Gaffney
Huma Mahmood Abedin (born 1976) is a Deputy Chief of staff and aide to US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. Frank J. Gaffney, Jr. (born April 5, 1953 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is the founder and president of the American Center for Security Policy, columnist at the Washington Times, blogger at Big Peace and radio host on Secure Freedom Radio. /5
Huma Abedin Frank Gaffney Muslim Brotherhood Michele Bachmann State Department Hillary Clinton Keith Ellison Inspectors General Herman Cain Saudi Arabia Clinton Foundation President Mohamed Morsi Chris Christie Deputy Chief Freedom Center Muslim Students Association
Donna Turney Center for Security Policy On Tuesday, the Egyptian government arrested Gehad el-Haddad as part of their crackdown on top Muslim Brotherhood operatives. He wasn’t just a senior advisor to the Brotherhood’s ousted President Mohamed Morsi, though. For five years, el-Haddad was on the staff of the Clinton Foundation. That’s the vehicle former President Bill Clinton uses to rake in huge sums from Saudi Arabia and elsewhere to fund what are presented as charitable activities, but generally have a transparent political purpose. That’s especially true now that Hillary Clinton is using the Foundation as the incubator for her 2016 presidential campaign. Speaking of Hillary, inquiring minds want to know: Will the unmasking of one Clinton Brotherhood operative result at last in an inquiry into the Muslim Brotherhood ties and influence of her long-time staffer, Huma Abedin? -Frank Gaffney
Michele Bachmann, a three-term House member and erstwhile 2012 GOP presidential candidate, is closely associated with the Tea Party movement and right-wing social activism. She founded the Tea Party Caucus in the House, and her most fervent supporters tend to be right-wing conservatives. Bachmann stoked controversy in the summer of 2012 when she and four House Republican colleagues sent letters to various federal agencies alleging that the Muslim Brotherhood may have “penetrated” the U.S. government. Citing allegations first leveled by Frank Gaffney and the hard-line neoconservative Center for Security Policy, the authors demanded that the agencies “conduct an investigation of the extent to which [Muslim Brotherhood] influence operations may have contributed to a fundamental misunderstanding of the Muslim Brotherhood by U.S. intelligence” and made the intelligence community “susceptib[le] to subversion.” Echoing another Gaffney charge, Bachmann specifically accused Huma Abedin, a Muslim Ame ...
It’s been all but confirmed that the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was a premeditated attack by al-Qaeda, which is an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood. As Frank Gaffney points out, the lack of security at the consulate, coupled with the false narrative of the Obama Administration / State Department – that a video was the cause of the attack – both warrant further investigation into the extent of Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of the U.S. Government, which is what Rep. Michele Bachmann called for back in June. ‘Argo’, the new movie directed by Ben Affleck is getting quite a bit of attention and promotion. It’s a film Affleck is extremely proud of making. At a premiere screening of the film in Washington, D.C. on October 10th, Affleck referred to the controversial Deputy Chief of Staff to Hillary Clinton – Huma Abedin – as “a really close friend of mine” and went on to say: “In fact, Huma — the reason why she’s here — is she was instrumental in helping us shoot the State Departme ...
Individuals sympathetic to the Muslim Brotherhood's sinister agenda have infiltrated the Obama Administration. Brainwashed by the Muslim Students Association and then propelled in to the position of Deputy Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the David Horowitz Freedom Center tracks the path of Huma Abedin and other Muslim sympathizers who have navigated their way into positions of great influence in the Obama Administration. Everything is revealed in the explosive new Freedom Center pamphlet, "The Muslim Brotherhood in the Obama Administration," written by Frank Gaffney, national security expert who served as Assistant Secretary of Defense under Ronald Reagan. Get and share the shocking details:
The list of those who support Congresswoman Michele Bachmann's McCarthy-esque witch hunt against the State Department is growing. Four other Members of Congress have signed on to a letter with Bachmann calling for an investigation into the Muslim Brotherhood's infiltration of the State Department – as reported by known Islamophobe and hate monger Frank Gaffney. Then Newt Gingrich chimed in, in support of Bachmann, asking what those who are horrified by the witch-hunt are trying to hide. And now House Majority Eric Cantor has joined the fray – giving his support to Bachmann this morning in an interview with CBS. When asked if he thought Bachmann was out of line to throw baseless accusations at public servants like Huma, Cantor responded, "I think that her concern was about the security of the country." That's a cop-out answer. State Department official Huma Abedin now needs extra security to deal with death threats after Bachmann's accusations. Endangering American public servants with dangerous innuen ...
Bachmann drew her allegations against Huma Abedin from a Frank Gaffney film. Gaffney also accused CPAC of being infiltrated by Muslims.
Huma Abedin is connected to the Muslim Brotherhood. There, I said it. The fact that this is a TOTAL lie means nothing. I am not Michele Bachmann, a congress person. Bachmann is taking the garbage spewing from Frank Gaffney who is so nuts that even CPAC (a conservative gathering) banned him. McCain and Ed Rollins, her sane former Campaign Manager, condemn Bachmann. She gets a voice with extremist Glenn Beck to continue McCarthyist charges, based on irrational "evidence". Not sure why she does this other than to attract attention and perhaps collect money. Shameful. Haven't we had enough hate, enough discrimination? I hope everyone speaks up, this is not the America we want to have is it? If you don't speak out against this kind of behavior, you are part of the problem.
.Michele Bachmann fires off a 16-Page Bombshell to Muslim Congressman, Keith Ellison By admin on July 15, 2012 in Blog, General Yes, there is a Huma Abedin angle to this story but a certain Muslim Congressman seems to be in the middle of digging himself a bit of a hole. On July 12th, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Muslim-MN) sent a two-page letter to the five congressmen who sent five separate letters to five separate Inspectors General on June 13th. The June 13th letters raised serious concerns about Muslim Brotherhood infiltration inside the U.S. Government. Among the concerns raised with the OIG at the State Department are the familial connections of Hillary Clinton’s closest aide – Huma Abedin – to the Muslim Brotherhood. Ellison attempted to pit Bachmann against Republicans like Herman Cain and Chris Christie by pointing out that her source in the June 13th letters seemed to be one person – Frank Gaffney. Gaffney has rightfully been very critical of said Republicans in the past for their comments and ...
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