Americans were stunned last weekend when radical Islamic terrorist Omar Mateen barged into an Orlando, Florida nightclub and brutally murdered 49 people.
After the shooting, millions of Americans started calling for change in some form, whether it’s a redoubled effort to eradicate Islamic terror, a new push for expanded gun control laws, or some other course of action. A Washington D.C. insider, however, just revealed that the largest mass shooting in American history may not be the catalyst for change that people were hoping it would be.
According to Western Journalism, the anonymous source shared comments from two senior White House officials who each expressed serious doubt that any policy changes will result from this tragedy. The first reason for this is that the Obama administration will want to ignore the shooting as much as possible since the gunman was motivated by radical Islam, which violated the president’s pro-Muslim agenda.
One of the sources offered a very disturbing reason why Obama wants to move on from this quickly. His theory lies with the last company to employ Mateen.
“That guy worked for G4S,” the White House source reportedly said, referring to the private security firm, adding that the Obama administration, “has been leaning on those firms to hire Muslims and look the other way a little bit on background checks.”
This means that Obama effectively helped the perpetrator of the worst mass shooting in American history get a job with a government security firm. G4S refused to comment on this, but they did release a brief corporate statement about the shooting in which they claimed Mateen was not on duty at the time of the shooting but had been employed by the firm since 2007.
“Mateen underwent company screening and background checks when he was recruited in 2007,” the statement continued, “and the check revealed nothing of concern. His screening was repeated in 2013 with no findings.”
No wonder Obama is trying to sweep this under the rug…
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