Americans are told they need to endure invasive, inconvenient procedures to board planes, in the name of “security” — and anyone who dares to complain risks being barred from their flight, or worse.
Yet just last week, it turned out that a security guard at Dulles Airport was really a Somali military commander wanted for war crimes. It’s fair to wonder what kind of screening process, if any, these all-powerful security guards themselves really go through.
After the Islamic terrorist attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, an investigation into the terrorist’s background yielded some shocking findings.
Zerohedge.com has the story:
In a surprising discovery, the Palm Beach Post first reported that according to state records, Orlando shooter Omar Mateen – who as we reported earlier was licensed as a security guard and also holds a firearms license – was employed by the US subsidiary of G4S plc, a British multinational security services company, whose US-headquarters are located in Jupiter, Fla, and which also happens to be the world’s largest security company by revenue. (…)
Mateen who according to preliminary reports, had been on a terrorist watchlist, and who still managed to obtain weapons thanks to his various licenses and permits just last week, was employed by one of the world’s largest security companies, where he may have had extensive clearances well above his pay grade, not to mention access to sophisticated military weapons and equipment.
But where it gets more disturbing is that as Judicial Watch reported several days ago, (…) border patrol sources said that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was quietly transporting illegal immigrants from the Mexican border to Phoenix and releasing them without proper processing or issuing court appearance documents. As a reminder, the government classifies them as Other Than Mexican (OTM) (…)
ZeroHedge.com points out that the company contracted by the government to transport these illegal aliens was none other than G4S.
Armed with all this information, the big question, now that it has emerged that Mateen worked for the same company that has been tasked – under questionable circumstances – to transport illegals into the US, is whether or not this individual who swore allegiance to ISIS moments before the worst mass shooting and who was also employed by G4S for almost a decade, and who had been interviewed by the FBI three times and yet still managed to buy guns just last week, was also tasked in any way in facilitating the transport of illegal immigrants across the border, and if so, whether he helped other like-minded radical islamists enter the country.
We are confident all these questions will be addressed by the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and the government, and that the media – liberal or otherwise – will promptly follow up on these key questions.
Source: Zero Hedge