He Said Allahu Akbar-The Attack On Fort Hood

Terror continues in the United States and Benghazi does matter.

He Said Allahu Akbar-The Attack On Fort Hood

He Said Allahu Akbar-The Attack On Fort Hood

Ask yourself what is the LONG TERM DAMAGE OF THE BENGHAZI BETRAYAL on our Nation?  This issue will not go away after Romney is elected and we must be prepared for another 9-11. At Women On The Wall we understand that we are not going to elect someone to save us, we must save ourselves. In order to do that we must be educated on the issue of National Security so that we do not fall prey to those who do not have the best interest of America at heart.

As a reminder from Michelle Malkin: “Thirteen men and women, plus the unborn child of Pvt. Francheska Velez, died in the bloody terrorist rampage at Fort Hood three years ago today.”

 

Ed Morrissey pointed out on Hot Air.com , Muslim extremist Army Maj. Nidal Hasan has been held for almost three years after shouting “Allahu akbar” and opening fire on fellow soldiers at Fort Hood … killing 14 and wounding a couple of dozen others. Almost immediately, evidence arose that Hasan had been in contact with the late and unlamented al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki to discuss the legitimacy of conducting jihad within the American military hadn’t intervened prior to the massacre. Most people assumed that was enough to consider the massacre a terrorist attack … but the Obama administration refused to do so then and still refuses to do so – choosing instead to call it … get ready … “workplace violence.” The victims and families of those murdered by Hasan want that changed.

 Before Benghazi, there was Little Rock


Losing Our Sons

Click below to get more information from TheUnitedWest.org 

Be Sociable, Share!
This entry was posted in Blog, News, Security News by Alice. Bookmark the permalink.

About Alice

Alice Linahan is a Politically-Active Texas Mom who has worked hard in the trenches of the Grassroots Movement. As an established leader in New Media with Voices Empower and as Vice President of Women on the Wall, Alice brings audiences a servant’s voice with a heartfelt, funny tone and when the truth needs to be told in a bold, fresh manner Alice can deliver. She brings alive the stories from the trenches of the movement of parents asking… #CANiSEE what you are teaching my child that is taking America by storm. Alice is a radio talk show host of the Women On the Wall Radio Show in addition to being the Author of the upcoming “A parents journey from #CANiSEE™© to I Can SEE” study on the Common Core. Alice Linahan is a winner of the 2014 UPTON SINCLAIR AWARD with EducationViews.org for her work as an Advocate for Securing the Best of Education Policies for the next generation of American children. Alice has been described as “Passionate in everything she does and she is proof that one person can make a difference.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.