Could it be that an associate of the Muslim Brotherhood is now a deputy under Sheriff Scott Israel?
John Cardillo from The Rebel reports:

Nezar Hamze, a Deputy in the Broward County Sherriff Department is a representative of CAIR Florida. CAIR is the Council of American Islamic Relations. CAIR was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation (HLF) trial. It was a Hamas financing case that would result in the FBI ceasing its working relationship with CAIR.

 

This is a disturbing story. What brought Nezar Hamze to his position? Is it due to his political opinions on the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas terrorists in general?

Is this an area in Florida, Broward County, where home-grown terrorists are being coddled?  Perhaps it is time to move on from ties to radical groups. Cardillo has even gone so far as to set up a petition to have the Sheriff fired:

Home-Grown Terrorism

The United States has a growing problem on its hands.

Ever since 9/11, a tremendous amount of focus is being placed on keeping our borders safe.  Donald Trump made it a cornerstone of his election strategy.

However, what is often overlooked are the threats from inside the country.

The Chelsea bomber, the Orlando nightclub shooter and one of the Boston marathon bombers all ought to have been caught before they carried out their missions.

Authorities claim that their hands are tied by official guidelines that restrict how long they can leave a case open.  Courts clamp down on investigators if they can’t convince the court that there is evidence of any crime.

So, here is the problem.  If the FBI labels someone as a suspicious person but has no case against them, the suspect will drop off a watch list.  Then if the suspect flies to a well-known jihadi location, it won’t alert anyone from the FBI since they are not on a watch list.

Former CIA officer, Clare Lopez, said the following: “The problem is our FBI, Homeland Security and local law enforcement are not trained to recognize what a jihadi is, and what a jihadi looks like and sounds like and when to go on high alert because he’s about to go operational,” Lopez said.

In order to implement properly, we need to be willing to toss some of the political correctness out of the window and use some down-to-earth common sense. It will save lives.