Obama urged Congress to hold off on any investigation of the Fort Hood rampage

Obama takes a second of time out of his busy tour of Asia to slow down the Fort Hood investigation, he’s sure to have a good reason. Maybe afraid of what the investigation might find? 

On an eight-day Asia trip, Obama turned his attention home and pleaded for lawmakers to “resist the temptation to turn this tragic event into the political theater.” He said those who died on the nation’s largest Army post deserve justice, not political stagecraft. “The stakes are far too high,” Obama said in a video and Internet address released by the White House
Obama already had ordered a review of all intelligence related to Hasan and whether the information was properly shared and acted upon within government agencies. Several members of Congress, particularly Michigan Rep. Peter Hoekstra, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, have also called for a full examination of what agencies knew about Hasan’s contacts with a radical Muslim cleric in Yemen and others of concern to the U.S. Read More

Yes Obama, I would say that investigating Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan will most likely open up a can of worms for you to try and explain away as nothing.

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3 comments on “Obama urged Congress to hold off on any investigation of the Fort Hood rampage

  1. He emboldens terrorists. Trying to stifle this investigation, bringing terrorists to New York for trial-even though they have already plead guilty at a military tribunal-yes, Islam must love Obama.

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