Monday, November 30, 2009
White House man who’s firm breached State Dept. computers
The White House director of Homeland Security (not to be confused with the cabinet level position held and confirmed by Janet Napalitano) was directed, at Obama’s order to deliver his preliminary report of the internal investigation of the Ft. Hood Shooting.
Congress was requested to “Stand Down” in their investigation to wait for the White House, Pentagon and FBI/law enforcement investigations are completed.
It baffles my mind how John Brennan, as CEO of a security firm, had one of his employees implicated in the Passport breach that resulted in the murder of the governments lone witness, had secured such a lofty position within the Obama Administration?
We are to trust this? I think not. This is why I am reminding those who read my articles that the November 30th date (investigation preliminary report due) has arrived and we shall wait with baited breath on the cover-up that will undoubtedly take place in white washing the “Islamic terror angle” that is so obvious.
This is what Obama demanded:
“On November 6, 2009, I directed that an immediate inventory be conducted of all intelligence in U.S. Government files that existed prior to November 6, 2009, relevant to the tragic shooting at Fort Hood, Texas, especially anything having to do with the alleged shooter, Major Nidal Malik Hasan, U.S. Army. In addition, I directed an immediate review be initiated to determine how any such intelligence was handled, shared, and acted upon within individual departments and agencies and what intelligence was shared with others. This inventory and review shall be conducted in a manner that does not interfere with the ongoing criminal investigations of the Fort Hood shooting.
The results of this inventory and review, as well as any recommendations for improvements to procedures and practices, shall be provided to John Brennan, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, who will serve as the principal point of contact on this matter for the White House. Preliminary results of this review shall be provided by November 30, 2009.”
It amazes me that after 9/11 and all of the hearings, investigations and subsequent recommendations we are still holding reviews of this kind. Maybe I am mistaken (though I think not because not only have I studied the 9/11 commission findings and recommendations I own the book as reference) but this should fall under those previous recommendations which obviously did not work or more aptly, followed by this administration.