Muslim Brotherhood front groups– like CAIR, ISNA, NAIT and others– will now have a new reason to hate Peter King. Today, the House Homeland Security Committee chairman is demanding to know why Eric Holder’s Justice Department decided not to go after the numerous unindicted coconspirators named in the largest terrorist financing trial in American history, US v Holy Land Foundation.
King’s tough statement comes on the heels of two revealing investigative reports by Big Peace’s Patrick Poole at Pajamas Media. (See both Andy McCarthy at The Corner and Frank Gaffney here at Big Peace for more.) Poole’s inside source believes that Holder, Obama or other well-placed White House decision-makers were afraid of going after Muslim Brotherhood fronts like CAIR, ISNA and NAIT because of embarrassment caused by their own agencies’ dealings with these very same groups.
Even more shocking: allegedly, the FBI may have wire-transfers from one such unindicted coconspirator group directly to Hamas. However, this group owns the deeds to a massive number of America’s mosques. The prosecution of this group would potentially place the US government in the very politically “sensitive” position of– at least temporarily– holding the deeds to Islamic centers and mosques around the country. This is many bridges too far for the likes of the Obama administration. After all, who’d be left to dine with the president during iftar?