Good Question! In light of that, how dependable IS their judgment, anyway?
Ft. Lauderdale airport shooter told FBI agents he was hearing voices about ISIS and that he was held for psychiatric evaluation in Alaska just two months ago, and the agency did nothing. Didn’t even put him on the no-fly list. Now we are being told that we should trust the FBI when it tells us the Russians hacked the 2016 election.
About Santiago, we have heard some new claims.
Fort Lauderdale Airport terrorist Esteban Santiago registered on MySpace under the name “Aashiq Hammad” and recorded Islamic religious music on the site, 3 years before he ever deployed to Iraq as a U.S. soldier, destroying the lying mainstream media’s narrative that he was just a mentally disturbed veteran and that “Islam had nothing to do with it.”
Here’s how we know all that:
A search of public records database Nexis reveals that Puerto Rican Esteban Santiago has a brother named Bryan Santiago and two e-mails registered to his name… — gotnews
(The article goes on to give the trail of evidence that led them to a Myspace account, with the accused’s brother as a contact, points to past evidence of pro-terrorrist interest on an explosives and weapons forum, as well as a MySpace account (remember those?).
They make a detailed case for why they think he is the guy who posted that, and also (3 years before deploying) put up music on his MySpace which including the ‘there is no god but …’ Islamic conversion statement.
Together with what he said about ISIS when he VOLUNTARILY checked himself into the FBI… those are some pretty big red flags to miss.
Meanwhile… on that Russian Hacking front?
Have you heard of McAffee virus software? We thought you might have.
John McAffee explains why HE thinks the whole Russian Hacking story doesn’t add up.
You be the judge. The comment section, as always, is open.