Now, you know what the media didn't tell you about this guy? He's a militant Islamist. He's got a possible link to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing by virtue of family relationship. The guy is a militant jihadist, and that's what nobody's telling you!
"The man arrested at a squalid New Mexico compound is the son of a controversial Brooklyn imam who was on a list of people who 'may be alleged as co-conspirators' to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, according to court documents released by prosecutors Wednesday. Siraj Wahhaj, who shares a name with his son who was arrested Saturday, testified as a character witness for Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman, the notorious 'blind sheikh' who was convicted in 1995 of plotting terror attacks in the U.S."
Why do you think the media isn't telling you who this guy is that's training all these kids to do school shootings? But it's even worse than that. The last paragraph of this story -- let me go to the -- 'cause it prints out to four pages. And what we find here is that the reason it's taken so long to get the guy is because the FBI and the DOJ are still operating under Obama administration rules where you can't say such-and-such is a terrorist.
You can't say such-and-such is a militant Islamist because that's discriminatory, and therefore you cannot go search or conduct any other type of investigation because you're essentially engaging in prejudice if you do.
So the last paragraph: "The search at the compound came amid a two-month investigation that included the FBI... Federal agents surveilled the area a few weeks ago but did not find probable cause to search the property." And they didn't find probable cause because they're not allowed to say that somebody's a militant Islamist! They're not allowed to identify a jihadist as a jihadist!
So this has been going on under the nose of everybody. A lot of people have known that it's been going on, but they couldn't do anything about it because of Obama era -- remember after 9/11 and State Department's doing all these seminars, "Why do they hate us?" And then as time goes on -- and even the State Department in the Bush administration decrees that terrorism is something we can't openly discuss, and we can't accuse somebody of being a terrorist. It's prejudicial, and it doesn't serve any purpose, it isn't useful and this kind of stuff.
So this guy has been doing what he's been doing under a bunch of watchful eyes who thought they couldn't do anything about it.
This article originally appeared on Rush Limbaugh