In case there was any doubt about the Bammy FBI attitude towards Muzzie terror attack in America, his former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence has cleared it up.
C. Frank Figliuzzi is the former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He later served as the FBI’s Chief Inspector, overseeing special inquiries including all reviews of the use of deadly force by FBI agents worldwide.
Writing in a piece penned for NBC, he explains why lone wolf Muslim terror attacks that kill relatively small numbers of Americans are an acceptable price to pay in order to avoid being viewed as bigots and xenophobes.
“To be clear, any loss of life is a tragedy and law enforcement will always work tirelessly to avoid it. But there is inevitable evolution happening as the old pass/fail view of counterterrorism pivots towards a containment and mitigation strategy,” wrote Figliuzzi.
“But just as officials are adjusting their perspective, it may be time for the public to adjust as well,” he added.
“If we cling to the old view that any successful attack represents a counterterrorism failure, we must also be ready to accept a new way of life. Do we want to view anyone from a different country, with a different set of beliefs, as no longer welcome here?” wrote Figliuzzi, suggesting that accepting regular terror attacks is a price worth paying for ‘diversity’.
“I would argue we do not. Today, the White House is already calling for even more stringent constraints on immigration policy. Taken to its illogical extreme, this approach to counterterrorism will preclude anyone from anywhere from entering the U.S. if any of their fellow nationals has ever committed a terror act. That’s not who we are.”
President Trump and Republicans have called for an end to the Diversity Visa Lottery program, under which the Muslim Uzbeki murderer who killed eight American last week entered the country.
The program, attached by none other than Head Democlown Chuck Schumer to the Immigration Act of 1990, grants permanent visas to 50,000 randomly selected persons from countries deemed to be under-represented in the total immigrant population.
Will Schumer and Congressional Democlowns answer ‘yes’ to the question posed by Figgliuzzi when he asks “is this the new normal”, and suggests that it is indeed?