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    9/11 panel hammered for ignoring Atta intel

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 12:41 pm

    It turns out the 9/11 Commission’s report, and what we thought we knew about intelligence failures prior to the attacks on the World Trade Center were based on lies and political cover-ups. As most intelligent people on the Right feared, the 9/11 Commission, established to prevent any government failures that may have contributed to 9/11 from ever happening again, was used to cover up the mistakes of the Clinton administration and protect the liberal ideology that continues to put us in danger today.

    I can’t imagine how angry the families of the 3,000 victims of 9/11 must feel right now. Our government, under the tolerant, politically correct Clinton administration had received intelligence from a classified military intelligence unit known as “Able Danger” over a year before the September 11 tragedy. The intelligence identified Mohamed Atta as part of an al-Qaida cell in the U.S. and suggested Atta and three others be deported. The Clinton Administration’s response to this warning was the same response supported by anti-Patriot Act, terrorist supporting liberals today. They did nothing and allowed terrorists to live comfortably under the protection of our constitution, while plotting our death free of any fear of being questioned, investigated, or deported. To prevent something so “Islamophobic” and “racist” as sharing information about terrorist activities in the U.S., a wall of separation was created under Clinton that prohibited intelligence sharing with federal law enforcement. What it comes down to is, our country was put in danger, and ultimately attacked, to appease the anti-war, anti-American, ACLU supporting, PC crowd on the left.

    Jamie S. Gorelick can take much of the credit for the restrictions on intelligence sharing, yet she is one of the members of the 9/11 commission tasked with investigating pre-9/11 intelligence failures. Gorelick used her position to protect her previous boss and the commission cooperated in withholding information from the American public that would have exposed the danger we are still putting ourselves in by listening to the terrorists at the ACLU and their leftist minions. The mentality that says we can’t use racial profiling to identify terrorists and we can only preserve our freedoms by allowing terrorists to operate freely within our own borders is provably dangerous and it was the job of the 9/11 Commission to shine a light on such ideology and the policies that sprang from it.

    There should be consequences for putting politics before the safety and lives of the American public. It’s high time aiding the enemy and endangering the American public through the abuse of power became a crime again. I also think we can point out once again to the left that, when a President spends more time with interns than he does on intelligence briefings, bad things happen.

    Online commentators are taking aim at the 9/11 commission for its failure to include in its report that intelligence officials reportedly ID’d hijack ringleader Mohamed Atta as part of an al-Qaida cell in the U.S. over a year before the September 11 tragedy, saying the panel was acting politically instead of factually.

    One commentator specifically points his finger at former Clinton staffer Jamie Gorelick, a member of the panel who has been accused in the past of acting to protect her ex-boss from any political fallout of the commission’s work.

    Members of the commission now are calling for a review of the matter, saying they knew nothing about a classified military intelligence unit known as “Able Danger” identifying Atta and three of his accomplices in 1999. The information was shared publicly this week by Rep. Curt Weldon, R-Pa. vice chairman of the House Armed Services and Homeland Security committees. . . . .

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