Pensacola

No Surprise: Investigation Turns Up 'Significant Ties' Between al Qaeda And Pensacola Terrorist

Monday Attorney General Bill Barr and FBI Director Christopher Wray detailed developments in the post-attack investigation of last year’s Muslim terrorist attack at Florida’s Pensacola Naval Air Station. It will surprise no one who follows such matters that the FBI discovered the Muslim gunman who killed three at the naval air station last December had “significant ties” to al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).

Saudi sympathies ring hollow after Pensacola shooting

Cal Thomas, Washington Times

President Trump says he spoke with Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Al-Saud after the killings, and that the king expressed his sincere condolences and has promised to compensate relatives of the dead and wounded, but that’s not enough. Yes, Saudi Arabia is an important ally in its opposition to the Iranian regime, but it has yet to be held accountable for the 2018 murder of Saudi businessman and sometime Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Unless Saudi Arabia has a conversion moment that credibly repudiates the extreme wing of Islam it has practiced and taught for decades, one has a right, even a duty, to question its sincerity in the matter of the Pensacola killer.

No Surprise In Pensacola

We believe that President Trump is personally committed to winning the war Islam has declared on the West, and he would be well-served by ignoring the thoroughly compromised Obama-era officers now inhabiting the upper echelons of the US military and intelligence community and taking some briefings from our friends at the Center for Security Policy and others who have not been infected by the Islam is a religion of peace fantasy.