President Obama and Attorney General Loretta Lynch Have a “Terror Truth” Problem…

….And they need to hide it, big time.

It is not accidental that Loretta Lynch was featured on all five major broadcasts for the Sunday news cycle (Topic Orlando Terrorism).   You might well remember the last time a key administration official named Susan Rice met with an almost identical Sunday schedule (Topic Benghazi Terrorism).

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General Lynch’s Sunday talk visibility is yet another example of the Obama administration’s risk management reference manual, The Obfuscation Playbook.

The difference between Rice’s 2012 appearance and Lynch’s 2016 version is: this time we know the play.  We also know exactly what the administration risk is, even IF the media won’t discuss it, and we’ll explain below.

There is a transparent rift within the FBI community;  an internal fight within our own systems of legal / investigative governance and the White House.   The numerous leaks from within the FBI investigation of Orlando are highlighting the internal war.  It takes a cabinet member to try and create the strongest position for the White House.

orlando noorFBI loyalists are transmitting a bat signal toward the U.S. electorate outlining the severity of the terrorist risk.  DOJ cabinet member AG Lynch is rapidly dispatching her bureaucratic operatives to shoot out the light bulbs on the bat-signal beacons.

Using the Orlando Terror Massacre we can show you the best example of that here.

By now almost everyone is familiar with the media reports of behavior from Omar Mateen in 2013 which led to a 10 month investigation by the FBI.  However, few people are paying attention to the disparity within those media presentations when contrast against the reality of the 2013 event.

Here’s a generic representation of the story as it has appeared. Most media use a similar version to explain.  You’ve already read numerous accounts of this story, but pay very close attention to the part highlighted:

( – FBI Director James Comey said at a press conference Monday that his agency conducted a 10-month investigation in May 2013 of the Orlando shooter, Omar Mateen, during which time he blamed his statements of aspirational martyrdom on coworkers he felt were teasing him.

“We first became aware of him in May of 2013. He was working as a contract security guard at a local courthouse, and he made some statements that were inflammatory and contradictory that concerned his co-workers about terrorism,” Comey said.

“First he claimed family connections to al Qaeda. He also said he was a member of Hizbollah, which is a Shia terrorist organization that is a bitter enemy of the so-called Islamic State – ISIL. He said he hoped that law enforcement would raid his apartment and assault his wife and child so that he could martyr himself,” Comey added.

“When this was reported to us, the FBI’s Miami office opened a preliminary investigation, and over the next 10 months, we attempted to determine whether he was possibly a terrorist – something we do in hundreds and hundreds of cases all across the country,” Comey said.

“Our investigation involved introducing confidential sources to him, recording conversations with him, following him, reviewing transactional records from his communications and searching all government holdings for any possible connections, any possible derogatory information. We then interviewed him twice,” Comey added.

Comey said during the FBI’s interview, Mateen admitted to making the statements his coworkers reported, but said “he did it in anger, because he thought his coworkers were discriminating against him and teasing him because he was Muslim.”

“After 10 months of investigation, we closed the preliminary investigation,” Comey said. (link)

orlando 11 Omar mateenNotice how many times the word “coworkers” is used.  In almost every article written about that incident you will see this same portrayal and the same minds’ image it creates around “coworkers“.

Think about how you (yourself) picture that 2013 event in your own mind from those paragraphs above.

Remember, the outcome of this 2013 incident (and the series of investigative events) was Mateen being removed from federal courthouse duty, and being reassigned to a guard shack at a gated community.

Let’s look at the situation from another angle; from the angle of the “coworkers” who are now on record; who are these “coworkers“:

[…]  A Sheriff deputy at the courthouse mentioned the Middle East to Mateen, who reacted by threatening the deputy, said Sheriff Ken Mascara, who attended the Wednesday night meeting at the community’s Island Club.

Omar became very agitated and made a comment that he could have al-Qaida kill my employee and his family,” Mascara said Wednesday. “If that wasn’t bad enough, he followed it up with very disturbing comments about women and followed it up with very disturbing comments about Jews and then went on to say that the Fort Hood shooter was justified in his actions.”

The FBI launched an investigation into Mateen after Sheriff’s Office officials reported the incident to the agency. (link)

These were not just simply “coworkers”, these were Sheriff’s deputies who are officially stationed at the federal courthouse.   It was not some arbitrary internal courthouse employee who was concerned, it was LAW ENFORCEMENT.

See a difference?

The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Department was concerned about Mateen and contacted the FBI to report his sketchy behavior.   These were not the concerns of some untrained, arbitrary, antagonistic internal, line-level co-worker per se’, these were the concerns of full duty police officers in charge of courthouse security.

Does that change the perspective a little?

It should.

This was not a citizen seeing something and saying something, this was law enforcement seeing something and saying something to the upper levels of the entire security apparatus where seeing something and saying something is supposed to make a difference.

Would it make a difference if a County Sheriff called the FBI as opposed to George and Sally Citizen who own the dry cleaning shop?…. A person would think, why yes – it should make a difference.

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[FBI Director James] Comey said during the FBI’s interview, Mateen admitted to making the statements his coworkers reported, but said “he did it in anger, because he thought his coworkers were discriminating against him and teasing him because he was Muslim.”

Now you can see this media paragraph is actually Omar Mateen accusing the county Sheriffs Officers, not just ordinary coworkers, of discriminating against him and teasing him because he was Muslim.

…And the FBI did what? 

♦With that context, the severity of that 2013 incident begins to take on a new dimension.  ♦Within that new dimension you find the political risk to the White House.

The intellectually honest reality (as it appears) is that the FBI investigators were so frozen with political correctness, even when law enforcement is the one reporting the risk they still can’t find a way to isolate and identify the risk appropriately.

That’s a big effen’ admission.

That would be too politically toxic an admission to make.

How do you tamp down the severity of such an explosive story?  You attempt to twist the motive away from direct terrorism.  How do you twist the motive?  Consider:

Lynch: “Partial Transcript” Of Orlando 911 Calls Will Have References To Islamic Terrorism Removed

In an interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd, Attorney General Loretta Lynch says that on Monday, the FBI will release edited transcripts of the 911 calls made by the Orlando nightclub shooter to the police during his rampage.

“What we’re not going to do is further proclaim this man’s pledges of alleigance to terrorist groups, and further his propaganda,” Lynch said. “We are not going to hear him make his assertions of allegiance [to the Islamic State].”(link)

Easy peasy. Just remove the motive and presto – not Islamic Terrorism.  See how that works?

The White House position is better situated if terrorism is removed and the victimization narrative is shifted toward homophobia.  Hence, the FBI requesting anyone with knowledge of Mateen’s sexuality to shut up.  The shooter must appear homophobic if the ruse is to be maintained….

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[…]  Sitora Yusufiy, who was married to Mateen in 2009 for three months, made the shocking claim on Brazilian television station SBT Brazil.

Her fiancé, Marco Dias, speaking in Portuguese on her behalf, said Yusufiy believed that Mateen had “gay tendencies” and that his father had called him gay in front of her. Dias also claimed “the FBI asked her not to tell this to the American media.” (link)


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796 Responses to President Obama and Attorney General Loretta Lynch Have a “Terror Truth” Problem…

  1. visage13 says:

    Someone delete the picture I posted I don’t know how to post tweet I was trying to post this:
    Official:@OrlandoPolice requested transcripts be released in as much detail as possible. Attorney General had final say. @news6wkmg #Orlando

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  2. Ziiggii says:

    link to an FBI update on the investigation which is the release of the transcript… (it’s not really even a transcript; it’s a partial timeline with Mateen’s 911 call. That’s it!)

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    • Ziiggii says:

      curious line in the FBI update:

      4:21 a.m.: OPD pulled an air conditioning unit out of a Pulse dressing room window for victims to evacuate.

      (While the FBI will not be releasing transcripts of OPD communication with victims, significant information obtained from those victims allowed OPD to gain knowledge of the situation inside Pulse.)

      4:29 a.m.: As victims were being rescued, they told OPD the shooter said he was going to put four vests with bombs on victims within 15 minutes.

      so the FBI place that statement “While the FBI will not be releasing transcripts of OPD communication with victims…” right in the middle of the release and then proceeds to include exactly what the victims told the OPD!

      Does any one really need to question or not understand the power struggle that is going on inside the FBI between the rank -n- file and the upper management? There is a great big easter egg right there in the Press Release!


    • farmhand1927 says:

      There is a presidential election in a matter of months. All incidents such as Orlando will be handled in this way using cover up, deletions, no connecting of dots, no responsibility of guilty persons but deflected instead on Republicans and gun owners. Truth, rule of law and protection of innocent Americans is tossed aside so political gain and deception can take the forefront. Welcome to Benghazi 2.0

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    • jakeandcrew says:

      This is what stood out to me –

      Based on OPD radio communications, there were no reports of shots being fired inside Pulse between the initial exchange of gunfire between responding officers and shooter, and the time of the final breach.

      So all of the shooting was done in Mateen’s initial rampage, and/or when the police stormed the club. 49 dead, 53 wounded – in two small windows of time? I can’t wrap my head around.that.

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      • Ziiggii says:

        couple of snips from the article Woohoo linked above re: the bartenders recalling events sometime on Monday…

        <blockquote<At first we would hear some ruckus out there. There were times I’d go 10 minutes without hearing anything. And then I remember at one point I heard some really…blood-curdling screams from some girls who were out there. It sounded like a horror movie, it didn’t sound real. I thought someone was playing a joke on us. It wasn’t real. The screams were something out of a horror movie. I guess people tried running for it. I heard what I thought was a police officer by the way he was talking to them. He was yelling at them like “get down, motherf—er, put your hands down.” To me it was something a cop would say, like, “Put your cell phone down, turn the light off.” He kept calling them a motherf—er over and over. So for me, I was relieved because I thought it was the police but it turned out to be the shooter. I wound up shortly after that hearing more gunshots, and then it was silent for a really long time.

        When I crawled out of the window and saw the cops, they caught me — it was like a safety blanket. I felt safe right away.

        They made us all stand in a line and put our hands on each other’s shoulders and walked through the parking lot to the other street. Other people kept coming out, people that were hurt, people that were shot. They would pull up pickup trucks really quick, put someone into the back and drive them over to the hospital, which was just blocks away — that was a good thing. At one point we heard an explosion. We thought it was the bomb that was supposedly on him, but I guess the police officers detonated a bomb for some reason, or it might have been that they were knocking down a wall. I’m unsure of that. But I do know they knocked down a wall to get to hostages in the bathroom. And later on in the night, we heard just cops unloading on something. It was like fireworks, it was so fast, and I think that’s when they took the gunman down.

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  3. MfM says:

    I don’t know if Corey Lewandowski leaving the campaign is a good thing or not. He’s been very loyal to Trump and has been there since the beginning. I’d be watching Michael Caputo because of his being willing to publicly air dirty laundry. If you can’t keep your mouth shut about tension in your campaign then you need to leave.

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  4. wizzum says:

    Looks like the police are going to go under the bus here, I just saw on Fox where they are now saying ALL deaths and injuries happened during the breach at 5:00 AM

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  5. woohoowee says:

    Mocking the loons is fitting IMHO.

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  6. zephyrbreeze says:

    “Political correctness is a euphemism for the active, ideologically-motivated denial that has characterized the Democrats’ approach to Islamic terror going back to the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993. In that attack, 1,000 people were wounded and six were killed, but president Clinton refused to visit the site, while his administration took the view that the perpetrators were merely individuals who needed to be tried in criminal courts. In fact, they were soldiers in a holy war that radical Islamists had declared against America and the West.”

    Good Breitbart article on How they want to disarm us…

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    • pawatcher says:

      Islam outdates PC, but Islam is gaining unbelievable momentum in terrorizing and overtaking the world with the addition of PC to Western Civilization.
      Trump and Brexit will be the beginning to stop globalism, invasions, and PC.

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  7. pawatcher says:

    I’ve posted this article on several sites; it should be read and reread by every American. Well, really it should be read by every person worldwide old enough to read.

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    • Dommy says:

      FTA: “Please stop calling Islam a religion of peace”

      Please also stop calling their unholy book “the holy [sic] Koran.” There is nothing holy about that hateful terrorist handbook.

      And while we’re at it, please stop the false piety of spelling the English word “God” as G-d? He never commanded it, it’s non-Torah man-made tradition, and probably annoys Him even more than the rest of us.

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      • bamainatlanta says:

        I don’t deny that Islam is backward, but if you read the OT, and the Jewish Talmud, it is filled with hate, and calls for violence. Christ is said to be burning forever in his own excrement. But somehow Islam has a monopoly on violence? Islam, like Judaism and Christianity, can reform. We can help by ending our support for Islamic jihadis in the Middle East to oust secular leaders, ending our aggressive, and destabilizing foreign policy in the ME which has radicalized so many people. You aren’t going to get anywhere by demonizing all Muslims. You aren’t helping Trump by doing so. Expose Islamic radicalism yes, but don’t pretend it has a historical monopoly on violence and hate.


        • mimbler says:

          I don’t have insight into the Talmud, but the Old Testament is revised by the New Testament, and it’s violence is therefore negated. I see people trying to equate Christianity to Islam using the old testament, and it just isn’t valid for the reason I stated above.


          • bamainatlanta says:

            except that Christians quite often refer to the OT, and I have yet to see any Jewish leader repudiate what is in the Talmud


            • Trumpire says:

              “Expose Islamic radicalism yes, but don’t pretend it has a historical monopoly on violence and hate.”

              Ugh. The ‘hate’ word. Ugh. Must be a lefty. Must be a member of the word police. Must want to outlaw words and free speech and criminalize those that use words that offend whatever their delicate ears here.

              There is not even a remote comparison to Islam/Mohammad and Jesus/Christianity. Spare us please, the left wing, atheist pablum.

              Islam and Sharia is completely incompatible with constitutional law.

              Look how few there are here now and how they’ve already infiltrated our government and are exerting their will.

              Islam IS RADICAL. There is no other kind.


            • Trumpire says:

              And by the way, your comment about not helping Trump, you on the Dem/left exerting your will? Asking us to assimilate with you? Well that ship has long sailed. You are the side with no leverage anymore.

              You have two choices. Trump or Clinton.

              You need to assimilate with us. Why? Muslims and illegals don’t care for the identity politics game. Illegals go home when the going gets tough. Muslims are here to stay. Guess which groups Muslims ‘hate’ the most?

              In fact, your last chance for having your butt’s kissed is with Trump.

              Clinton and Obama have already moved all the precious identity groups to the bottom and Islam is now at the top and it’s not going to change. Your precious identity group has already served it’s useful idiot purpose.


            • pumpernickel says:

              There are currently in this country ultra Orthodox Jews who, as Torah observant Jews, strive to adhere to the 613 laws of the Old Testament. I am not aware of any actions by these religious communities analogous to the violence of Islam. I am not sure what Jewish leaders are supposed to be repudiating since I am not aware of any Jewish community engaging in actions that contradict the established laws of our country.


        • v4ni11ista says:

          Where, again, is Christ said to be burning in excrement?


        • 7delta says:

          bamainatlanta, what you suggest might work, if it were based in truth and reality. Without going into Christian theology, let it suffice to say that comparing Islam to Christianity (or any other belief system) is a red herring, though there is a lot of interesting history between the two that’s worth knowing.

          No one is demonizing all Muslims, since not all Muslims are devout or even actually know what the Qu’ran says, but it is indisputable that Islam is what Mohammed and Allah say it is, not what Islamic spokespersons, ignorant non-believer multiculturalists or self-serving politicians say it is. If a Muslim is aligned with Mohammed and Allah, then he/she is aligned with mainstream orthodox Islam. Mohammed and Allah, hence Islam, command adherents to create a worldwide caliphate that forces submission to Shariah law, to wage jihad against non-believers, to kill the kufirs (non-believers) where they find them, to use deceit to advance Islam, to protect themselves when a minority or to gain entry into the enemy’s camp. That’s just a sketch of what Islam demands of its followers. It doesn’t get any better.

          The bottom line is that there is no radical or moderate Islam. There is only Islam. There are no moderate or radical Muslims. There are only devout or apostate Muslims. Neither your view or mine matters. Only Islam’s does.

          Being perpetually offended and blaming others for their actions is orthodox Islamic doctrine. Only a caliph can declare an offensive war. There hasn’t been a caliph since 1922 and the demise of the Ottoman Empire. However, Islam commands defensive war in retaliation for any real or perceived insult or threat, which means simple disagreement with Islamic doctrine or not submitting to demands for Shariah law is enough to wage jihad. IOW, it’s not possible to avoid insulting Islam or its creators without complete submission to Shariah. You don’t have to invade an Islamic country. Non-believers just have to exist.

          I agree we need a change in foreign policy, but before we can do anything productive, we absolutely must know and speak the truth about Islam. Islam is the same as it’s always been, despite a few decades of being beaten back after the Ottoman Empire fell. That peaceful period is also compliant with Islamic doctrine about how to act when Islam is too weak to fight.

          The worst thing the West has done is to forget true history and to buy the idea that all beliefs are equal and can abide in the same space. Until we face the truth about Islam and stop conflating it with all Muslims and dragging strawmen into the mix, we cannot rectify any of the problems facing us today.

          It doesn’t matter what someone else or another ideology may or may not have done. Two wrongs never make a right. Deal with each issue realistically and within its own context. Islam must be dealt with alone, as its own unique ideology, with its own goals or we’re in for a bigger fight for our lives and liberty than we are now.


          • Trumpire says:

            Great post. Just one point here. Muslims are not conflated with Islam any more than Catholics could be conflated with Catholicism. Catholics are practitioners of the Catholic religion no matter how lax. Unless they leave the Church or are ex-communicated. If they use the word Catholic in any description of themselves they can’t divorce it from the Catholicism. I know it fashionable for people who aren’t even remotely Catholic acting to speak against everything Jesus said but there is no other point to using the description other than as a reference to Catholicism and the Church.

            The same for Muslims. You can’t take away Islam and just have a Muslim descriptor. They can’t be conflated. They are inextricably tied together.

            While Jewish may be a hereditary or national description, Muslim or Catholic are not.

            “Until we face the truth about Islam and stop conflating it with all Muslims”


            a follower of the religion of Islam.

            of or relating to the Muslims or their religion.


            • 7delta says:

              You’re point is well taken, Trumpire. Muslims, like everyone else, come in varying degrees of adherence to their faith or ideology, but their situation is significantly different.

              First, it doesn’t really matter whether 100% or only 10% adhere to violent jihad orthodoxy, since 10% of 1.8 billion is more than enough that believe they’re obligated to kill us, so they matter. However, that’s not the case. It’s about Islam. Shariah law extends across all sects, with some minor differences, but they all pretty much end up in the same place; a belief in establishing a worldwide caliphate and imposing Shariah law by force. The Sunni and Shia, despite offing each other regularly, are really engaged in a power struggle over who gets to be the big cheese. They will and do unite against the kufir.

              Of course, not all Muslims want to kill anybody. In fact, there are Muslims who would leave Islam altogether, but Islam doesn’t recognize free will. Dr. Yusuf al-Qaradawi, a leading Muslim cleric and spiritual advisor to the Muslim Brotherhood, rightly said: “If the penalty for apostasy was ignored, there would be not be an Islam today. It would have ended on the death of the prophet.” That penalty is death. Pretty good motivator to continue to self identify as Muslim, even if you don’t believe. No court is needed to pronounce sentence, since Mohammed and Allah already have. The Qu’ran says to invite them back into the fold once. If they refuse, kill them.

              Al-Qaradawi’s statement tells us that force and threat is necessary to maintain Islam’s own existence among its own, unlike other religions or ideologies that allow choice.

              This is one of the reasons I focus on Islamic doctrine, not Muslims. We know the number is likely small, but again,10% would still be a lot. Let’s support apostasy…ideologically. Maybe al-Qaradawi’s worst nightmare will eventually come true. That would include the tiny number of reformers who believe the violence and conquest applied only to Mohammed’s time. So, the same conflation made, usually wrongly, between Western beliefs and its errant followers doesn’t translate equally between Islam and its followers. Islam occupies a space of “opposite.”

              More importantly, the all Muslims argument feeds into the left’s and the Islamic apologists’ distraction tactics. Neither can defend their position, so staying on point about Islam gives them hives. From experience, I can tell you, they’ll instantly disappear or call you names again, for good measure, repeat the lies about Islam to inform you of your hate-filled ignorance, then disappear, but others will witness the truth v. temper tantrum. Like Texans say, they’re all hat and no cattle.

              Making a distinction between Muslims and Islamic doctrine, however, does not eliminate the threat of Islam or the fact that we can’t possibly vet who is an apostate fleeing Islam and those who will lie to gain entry into the enemy’s camp. IMO, that’s why it’s essential that we reject the fairy-tale Islam the liars are trying to sell and that we stay on the topic. Islam. The ideology. The doctrine. Shariah law.

              Talk Islamic doctrine and Shariah law. You’ll be hated by your reps, reviled by leftist parrots, accused of islamophobia by Islamic apologists, and applauded by those who know the truth. You will also be heard by other people with common sense, but don’t know Islamic doctrine. If you’re really a thorn in every liar’s side, you might even get to make a guest appearance in one of the OIC’s “Islamophobia Reports” or get put on the Southern Preposterous Lie Center’s hate list. I haven’t made either yet, but I’m working on it.


        • Jett Black says:

          Specific citation for the Christ burning reference. Nowhere in the OT, that’s for sure!

          And let’s get one thing really really straight: Only Islam is under current, perpetual, ahistorical alleged divine admonition physically to kill, torture, and enslave, in the present and future, all who do not submit to Islam and as a practical matter, those who do not submit to the particular tenets of whoever is the meanest strong-man at the moment. No real God is that insecure.

          It is not a religion; it is a virulent form of vicious colonialism. It’s strongest, most fundamental adherents continue to practice slavery and all manner of misogyny and xenophobia, as they have for over a thousand years. The west is not Islamophobic–Islam is, by nature, xenophobic. The west’s response of fear and abhorrence to Islam is entirely justified. Islam’s view of the west is the same view a jackal has of an unguarded gazelle carcass.

          So called peace loving, moderate muslims are not practicing Islam. They are apostates, who ISIS would also be happy to kill if they did not submit to literal, fundamental Islam. Islam doesn’t need a reformation–there’s no basis for a reformation in its fundamental tenets and written works. What kind of reformation is proposed for a culture whose “perfect man” and guiding prophet was a raping, pillaging, murdering savage tribal warlord and pedophile? Islam needs to become extinct–a subject only for historians, like the 1000 gods of Hatti and the polytheism of classical Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Amusingly, there will be little or nothing of Islam for archaeologists, because it has built so little of any lasting value, but has destroyed so much.

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  8. fernleygirl says:

    Obama isn’t the only one with a terror truth problem:

    ​The Saudi Arabian government apparently had so much clout with previous U.S. administrations that they refused to designate as terrorist organizations two terror-funding Islamofascist groups linked to Huma Abedin, now the vice-chairman of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

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  9. Yes, it is a federal investigation and the FBI is a lead agency. But they cannot really force the Orlando Police Department to redacts its 911 transcripts. Maybe the veiled claims the OPD somehow contributed to the massacre are a shot across the bow. The OPD chief needs to have the transcripts he possesses leaked.


  10. woohoowee says:

    Florida governor [Scott] says grieving victims’ families deserve to the truth, calls on the Department of Justice not to scrub Omar Mateen’s oath of loyalty to ISIS

    Governor Scott has seen the Obama/DOJ/CRS playbook before.

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  11. zombietimeshare says:

    “Terror Truth” problem? You could have stopped at “Truth”. This administration and its minions have had a problem with truth from the beginning.


  12. John Galt says:

    Accomplice liability, liability for making terrorist threats: It appears that Muslims have acquired “herd immunity” to DOJ prosecution.

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  13. Jill says:

    Orlando PD has rejected a request to release the 911 tapes:

    “On June 13, AlterNet’s Grayzone Project submitted a request under Florida’s public records law for a written transcript and/or an audio recording of any and all phone calls that Mateen made to Orlando’s 911 emergency line on the date of the Pulse Nightclub mass killing.”

    “Janet Lugo, the records and identification unit supervisor for the Orlando Police Department, replied on June 14: “The records being requested are exempt from disclosure at this time. Section 119.071(2)(c)1., Florida Statutes, exempts from disclosure all active criminal investigative information.”

    Have to ask yourself why were the George Zimmerman 911 tapes released immediately to the press? Wasn’t that an active investigation?

    A lawsuit must be filed against the Orlando PD for violating Florida open records laws. This has to be taken to the courts. It is the only remedy.

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  14. Jill says:

    Orlando Police Department appears to be a rogue law enforcement agency if you look at the numbers and types of lawsuits filed against them:


    • WSB says:

      We keep adding to the list of rogue police department. LaRaza-infiltrated and DOJ-controlled. I think we are fast approaching that black hole we knew was coming.


  15. Jill says:

    “Two dozen news agencies, including the Sun Sentinel and Orlando Sentinel, have joined forces to demand the release of recordings of 911 callers frantically reporting a gunman on a deadly rampage early Sunday at a gay nightclub just south of downtown Orlando.”


  16. Trumpire says:

    1) EVERYBODY knows it was Islamic terrorism. The Baghdad Bob routine is for their benefit only. So they can continue to let the bodies pile up and import more Muslims.

    2) Anybody – not in government – saying it wasn’t Islamic terrorism is using it for their own agendas or literally has an IQ below 80.

    3) How many more bodies are going to pile up before someone in a position of power, say like the head of the FBI, comes out with say like 100 agents backing him up, and holds a press conference and just spills the beans. Finally, once and for all.

    Will it take one of their loved ones to be in the next pile before someone actually gets off this Orwellian train?

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  17. MfM says:

    I hope someone starts leaking snippets or the whole thing to the press. One of the British ones is likely a good start. It would be harder to track back to an individual.

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  18. Bull Durham says:

    Gun experts, gun training organizations should openly invite Gays and Lesbians to come get training so they can protect themselves.

    Open the doors and welcome the citizens at great risk.

    Women have largely made the move already, but they too should be welcomed.

    Be proactive.

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  19. ezpz says:

    There’s a WHOLE lot of cover up going on….

    I remember watching the coverage in real time, and they were reporting something about explosions. The anchor then said that the police wanted to clarify that these were controlled (by pd) explosions.

    Today, they’re saying that no explosives or explosive vests were found.

    So what was exploded? Was it done to gain entry into the club or was it indeed as the terrorist himself said – vests and car full of explosives???

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    • MfM says:

      I read something from I believe a bar tender who was at the club that they rescued people through an opening where they pulled an air conditioner out. He said something about the police having a map of where people were. I gather people were using their smart phones to text out to the police where they where.

      In the article he mentioned them perhaps taking out a wall for entrance to rescue people. I saw pictures with gaping holes in the concrete block wall. So those might have been controlled explosions.

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      • ezpz says:

        Thank you. You’re probably right, but with so much mis/disinformation, redactions, blatant lies, and lies by omission, it’s hard to see what the truth is. And that’s probably by design.


  20. Jill says:

    Seems the federal government has seized the Orlando 911 tapes:

    United States Attorney Lee Bentley said the redactions do not conflict with Florida law since the case “is a federal investigation.”


  21. Honest Abbey says:

    That entire press conference this morning was complete BOGUS! They all appeared to be angry – sighing with frustration, shaking heads, refusing to give answers, as if to say How Dare You Ask That Ridiculous Question.

    Of special note: Their timeline still doesn’t match the texts sent by one victim to his mother. First text sent 2:09 and last text sent 2:51 when he told his mom “He’s coming. I am going to die” and sadly, he did.

    When asked today if perhaps some people died as a result of the police shooting, the Chief said “Those shootings are on the suspect” implying that YES, THAT IS CORRECT without actually saying those words.

    They said they released 117 vehicles to the victims’ families and still have 10 yet to be released. 49 dead plus 53 injured equals 102 victims, not 127

    Obama, Loretta Lynch, and law enforcement have turned this tragedy into a three ring circus.

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  22. GreenMirror says:

    Wait till diawathaman assembles audio/video timeline!

    I believe I heard audio early around the 2am mark that sounds like what I would expect of a standard semi auto firearm: one pull trigger-one bang/then 3 hrs of quiet?/then I heard audio approx 5am barrage of firing not unlike what one would expect out of 30ish police and swat. Then pic of back wall of Pulse the following day…lots of small firearm impacts around one hole in the back of that building…that’s my short picture take.

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  23. Moishe Pipik says:

    I know why they [redacted] the word ISIS. Because Obama calls it “ISIL” in support of his friends in Iran. Rush once explained this.


  24. Please says:

    Apparently when Obama said he’d have the most transparent administration, he meant he would scrub things until they can’t be seen…

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    • chris says:

      Please says:

      June 20, 2016 at 1:59 pm

      Apparently when Obama said he’d have the most transparent administration, he meant he would scrub things until they can’t be seen
      and after all the different groups get done reading it, scrubbing it, re-reading it, rescrubbing it.. etc,etc of course it’s a jumbled incoherent mess by now..
      We all know not to tell a lie.

      Liars Cannot keep their story straight. Real cops know this and is why they ask all involved at a crime scene..what happened? anytime all the stories don’t match, there’s a problem .
      Houston..we have a problem

      Too many inconsistencies in this story from the start


  25. Martin says:

    What seems like chaos in multi-agency say/don’t say and DOJ snips and media exclusions and redactions and retractions and walk-backs, isn’t, really.

    There’s a common thread at work here: liberals who want to keep their jobs, or patriots forced by circumstances to behave as the former demand.

    When one considers who Mateen’s father is, how well he’s known and by whom, AND the MB influence in DHS and throughout Obama’s admin and Hillary’s campaign, this is one big gotcha event, expressly for political advantage.

    One that has cost 58 people their lives, so far. Does that matter to baby-part selling abortionist graft-receiving Demoncrats? Not at all. What little conscience remains is generating the CYA we are seeing now.

    That it will hurt Trump, or generate new gun control laws or even cause gays to affirm their Hillaryness stipulates that the American people are as stupid as the elites think we are.

    When the music stops, they’ll realize their chairs have been stolen by Argentinians.


    • chris says:

      Martin, I followed, agreed and understood everything in your post..right up to
      When the music stops, they’ll realize their chairs have been stolen by Argentinians..
      did I miss something? besides being a haven for the ELITE, where do they fit in ?


  26. Why Democrats Aren’t Scared of Gun Control Anymore

    Governor of New York State Andrew M. Cuomo and. Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Democratic Party High Appointed Officials identified from with in NYC’s Gun Licensing Unit Who Are Selling Firearm licenses, High-ranking police personal bodyguard services, pick up car service and escort services with special privileges throughout its city and state in exchange for Bribes From Election Campaign Million Dollar Democratic Party Contributors ,High Powered Businessmen and Individuals/ Criminals and Gangmembers Who Were Unable To Get Firearms Legally But Could Afford Circumventing New York State’s Systems and Laws in exchange for Behind Closed Door- Under and Over and Around the Table Bribes of Cold Hard Cash,Drugs, lavish Gifts, Vacations and Prostitutes … please help to get this information out by sharing


  27. Many representatives in our government including state legislators, members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives can no longer speak the truth for the truth would put them in jail and/or take away their livelihood. Many are so corrupt that they would be considered traitors and tyrants by the average citizen, some by their silence, and some by their actions. They are no longer servants of the people but servants of those striving to establish a new world order that places those with wealth above those without. The reward of those who are corrupt will be money and the power to rule over those without.

    Our media including newspapers, television and the internet has become a servant to that movement. Our educational system destroyed by our state and federal governments has now been turned over to a corrupt national government for the purpose of indoctrination of youth. Our legal system has been seized and is now controlled by those who enforce only those laws that favor their cause. Our corrupt government is legislating compliance with a United Nation agreement call the Sustainable Development Plan. Compliance with that plan will give the government control of air, land and water thus control of the people’s very existence.

    Our corrupt government is headed by a Chief Executive, Department of Justice, senate and Congress that by their actions and/or inaction support illegal immigration and open borders as well as the violence and chaos in the Middle East and the United States. Instead they lead the effort to disarm the American people and remove the people’s law, the U.S. Constitution. Their goal is to complete all this and more without firing a shot.

    As a Native American Indian Chief after realizing that a corrupt greedy Washington government had succeeded in violently seizing his people’s land and freedom said “There will come a day when the white man has only his money left to eat.” If we don’t stop the corruption now our children and their children will be in the same position as that Native American chief.

    Our constitution gives us the authority to restore our rights and remove the corruption. United as Americans without loyalty to any divisive political party we are the most powerful group of people in the world. Standing together as Americans is the only option. The corrupt are afraid of our words and thoughts: words spoken abroad, thoughts stirring at home – all the more powerful because forbidden – we must terrify them.

    Donald Trump and the making America great again movement has returned hope to the hearts of scores of millions of men and women, and with that hope there burns the flame of anger against corrupt government. “Standing together the hour of liberation will strike, and its solemn peal will proclaim that the night is past and that the dawn has come. Want of foresight, unwillingness to act when action would be simple and effective, lack of clear thinking, confusion of counsel until the emergency comes, until self-preservation strikes its jarring gong – these are the features which constitute the endless repetition of history.” Sir Winston Churchill


  28. jso72 says:

    The Red Pill Brief


  29. Am I the only one who caught this?

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