"Just think about where our legal system is headed: A man who worked for a GOP presidential campaign is facing 25-years in federal prison because he dared to work for President Trump's election campaign. Twenty-five years behind bars! Meanwhile, a man who left the United States on his own volition, joins one of the world's deadliest terrorist groups -- the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), and then decides he wants to come home after realizing it's a lost battle against the U.S. coalition, and he is welcomed with open arms by the Obama minions who not only bring his home, but also give him a job at the Justice Department in New York City."
Over the last few months, young women who fell under the spell of radical Islam decided to leave the United States, Great Britain and other European countries in order to join the deadly and destructive members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). In their romanticized eagerness to join the ISIS warriors on the battlefields of global jihad, many apparently didn’t think their actions through to the end.
Some of these women are now in the news for attempting to return home to the United States after doing “who knows what” in the name of Allah. For example, a woman who left her Alabama home to join ISIS in the Middle East after becoming radicalized on the Internet now decided the glorious Islamic dream is just that — a dream. She contacted her family and the U.S. government and told them she wants to return to the United States.
A spokesperson for the family of 24-year-old Hoda Muthana told The Associated Press in an interview Tuesday that the woman knows she was wrong to join the terrorist organization. And her story really gained steam when her father’s attorney decided to sue President Donald Trump for not making her return a primary White House focus.
“Perhaps President Trump should duplicate what occurred during the Obama administration, when not only did the U.S. government help a dissatisfied jihadist return to New York City, but he was provided first-class treatment including a well-paying government job in the Big Apple,” complains former Det. Nelson W. Bhaddar, who specialized in terrorism and transnational crime.
While most news media outlets decided to either forgo covering the case or gave it scant coverage, an investigation by Conservative Base revealed that a New York man who traveled to Syria to join the bloodthirsty ISIS is now working for the U.S. Department of Justice.
The now 30-year-old Mohimanul Alam Bhuiya left the U.S.to join the radical Islamist terrorist organization in 201. According to a DOJ investigator during Attorney General Loretta Lynch time at the agency, Bhuiya become radicalized through Islamist propaganda and he wished help the terrorists to carry out his plan to destroy civilian aircraft.
Bhuiya also admitted to his receiving military training with ISIS — including developing improvised explosive devices (IEDs) — and served his commanders during the height of the caliphate’s existence in Syria and Iraq.
But eventually, the man, who many say is a traitor, became disillusioned with ISIS, and was able to return to the United States on his own initiative after contacting the FBI and requesting “extraction.” One member of the New York-FBI JTTF (Joint Terrorism Task Force) claims that thanks to then FBI Director James Comey, not only did the surrendered jihadist “beat the rap,” but he also was given rewards many “American patriots only dream about.”
Had this jihadist faced criminal charges he could have been slapped with a 25-year-prison sentence upon returning. But he got off easy thanks to not only Comey and Lynch but also James McCabe, another FBI employee suspected of treasonous behavior.
In a bizarre twist of fate, reporting from the Wall Street Journal now has confirmed that he’s employed by the U.S Attorney’s office in Brooklyn. This development leaves many critics of prosecutorial misconduct alarmed, as it would normally be assumed that someone who joined the world’s most dangerous terrorist organization would be blacklisted from sensitive government positions.
Bhuiya’s employment for the Department of Justice is emblematic of the dominance of cultural elite progressives within America’s primary federal legal institution. Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions was described in a recent book by Deep State leaker Andrew McCabe as having bemoaned the employee force of the DOJ, calling them “new people with nose rings and tattoos.”
It’s uncertain how a department credibly accused of systemic political corruption and bias against right-of-center Americans aims to retain credibility among the broader public, especially with a hiring policy that allows former ISIS terrorist wannabes to secure employment within its ranks.