The founder of the news site UnderstandingTheThreat.com joined Curt Schilling Thursday on his weekday talk show Whatever It Takes, which is broadcast online at Breitbart.com.
There are two things that must be done by President Donald J. Trump if he wins Tuesday to protect America from the threat of Islamic terrorism, said John Guandolo, who in 2007 was named a “Defender of the Homeland” by the Center for Security Policy, an award that was presented to him by Sen. Jon Kyl (R.-Texas) and Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D.-Conn.).
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“One is to deal with immigration and Two is to rip the Islamic movement up from roots in the United States,” said the former Marine officer, who lead a special operations team operating in the Balkans in the 1990s.
Guandolo said he recommends a five-year freeze on Muslim immigration just to get a handle on the situation.
There are already jihadists coming into the country in violation of the law, which is not being enforced, he said.
Schilling told the former Marine officer and combat diver that the fear of being called racist or politically incorrect is enough for people to keep quiet about the dangerous things they see and hear, such as in the San Bernardino shootings, when the neighbors were too scared to tell someone what was about to go down.
“This is a war of narratives that is actually getting people killed,” he said.
“That to me above all is the scary part,” Schilling said.
Guandolo said that our public officials know all they need to know, but they too are afraid–and they should resign.
As for the organizations supporting Islamic terrorism, the work is already done, all we need to do is go to court, he said.
“We have legal cause right now and evidence–that we already have right now–that has already been gathered over the last 20 years by the FBI and is actually going back to the early 80s, to indict the most prominent Islamic organizations in the United States: The Islamic Society of North America; the Muslim Brotherhood’s bank, The North American Islamic Trust,;the Hamas organization in the United States, CAIR, the Council of American Islamic Relations; the Muslim student organization, The Islamic Circle of North America, the Muslim Public Affairs Council–across the board, we could indict them today” he said.
Guandolo said in 2009, which was the first year of President Barack Obama’s term, Attorney General Eric Holder Jr., refused to prosecute Omar Ahmad, the leader and founder of CAIR, for his role in supporting terrorist organizations in connection with the Holy Land Foundation case. “Even though the Department of Justice and the FBI were working towards that.”
In the seven years since Holder froze the case against Ahmad, none of the hundreds of named co-conspirators in that case have been pursued by DOJ, he said.
The Holy Land Foundation was at the time of its November 2001 conviction the largest Islamic charity in the country and it was found guilty of sending more than $12 million to Hamas, he said.
Holder and the DOJ abandoned the case, even after the government found in the bank records of The Islamic Society of North America money transfers directly to Hamas and its leaders, he said. Hamas is a Sunni-Muslim organization of Palestinians that set itself up as a more militant rival to the Palestinian Liberation Organization in opposition to the State of Israel. Hamas is classified by the federal government as a foreign terrorist organization.
“Shutting down these organizations and putting their leaders in jail, or however we want to deal with them, and seizing their property and their money–that would have a huge impact on the network,” he said.
It is not just the private organizations, he said.
Although, the Muslim Brotherhood is committed to the destruction of America culture and civilization and is waging that cultural jihad every day, the Obama administration has become the brotherhood’s partner, said the man who commanded the FBI sniper team that responded to the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the Pentagon.
The Muslim Brotherhood is the liaison between the federal government and the Muslim community with members of the Muslim Brotherhood holding security clearances, so they can participate on advisory boards at the Department of Homeland Security and in intelligence and law enforcement agencies, he said.
Members of the Muslim Brotherhood, or as it is called in the United States, The Islamic Society of North America, have been given awards by the FBI, Guandolo said.
The partnerships with the federal government are on-going and expanding, he said. “That is just a snippet of the problem–when these people should be in jail, not invited to Iftar dinners at the White House.”