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Written by: Diana West
Monday, September 23, 2013 3:08 AM 

In an important piece for The Clarion Project, Clare Lopez sums up a "tough week" for the Muslim Brotherhood in America that included a Justice IG report critical of the way FBI field offices have failed to implement a 2008 FBI policy to cease CAIR outreach, and the way the FBI has failed to enforce it.

Clare Lopez reports also on the reaction of Rep. Frank Wolf, who two years ago requested this IG investigation.

The same day as the DoJ report was released, Rep. Frank Wolf (R-VA), the influential Chairman of the House Appropriations Committee’s Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies (responsible for the FBI’s budget) fired off a sharply-worded letter to FBI Director James Comey, citing both conflicting guidance coming from the FBI’s Office of Public Affairs (with its emphasis on Muslim “outreach”) as well as “outright violations from several field offices.”

Wolf singled out the Special Agent in Charge (SAC) in the FBI’s Los Angeles field office for his blatantly “insubordinate behavior,” described in the report as actually instructing his subordinates “not to abide” by FBI Headquarters policy regarding contact with CAIR.

Moreover, as Wolf notes, given that the DoJ report focuses on only five incidents of continuing FBI field office contact with CAIR, there is no way to know whether, in fact, this is but the tip of an iceberg of policy violations inside the FBI. Wolf’s letter to Director Comey concludes with his expectation that people be fired.  

This is key. People must be fired. FBI outreach to Muslim Brotherhood in America (CAIR) must cease. Otherwise, the policy, the IG report, Rep. Wolf's letter become so much meaningless paper while MB penetration and subversion continue unopposed and unchecked, making a mockery of the law and Congress's authority.

Here is Clare's Clarion Project article in full:

"DOJ Slams FBI for Ties to CAIR (Muslim Brotherhood)"

by Clare Lopez

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