(Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on August 23, 2016 but in light of recent developments in the Clinton for President campaign we are re-releasing it since it is still relevant.)
While the American news media — the majority of whom are allegedly “in the tank” for Hillary Clinton — are either ignoring or dismissing the latest report of Hillary Clinton’s disregard for national security, European news outlets are reporting a still shocking revelation: Clinton’s “Girl Friday” Huma Abedin worked for a radical Muslim magazine during the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania. GOP president candidate Donald Trump had been warning about Abedin’s ties to radical Islam and voiced his concerns over her access to U.S. classified material thanks to his opponent Hillary Clinton and her boss President Barack Obama.
The Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, which listed Abedin the wife of disgraced Democratic politician Anthony Weiner as an editorial staff member, published articles that pushed the narrative that the U.S. deserved the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The magazine also opposed the human rights of women.
“Does anyone else find this scenario outrageous? U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions during the Clinton investigation received redacted documents because he didn’t have the proper clearance, but Abedin who is linked to a radical Islamic magazine does have such a high-level security clearance thanks to Hillary Clinton and the Democrats,” said former police counter-terrorism unit member Kevin McGrory.
Abedin’s mother’s journal advocates the treatment of women in Muslim countries as second-class citizens and basically the property of Islamic men. Ironically, the rights of women is the primary issue being argued by Clinton and her minions, although it’s been ascertained she takes millions of dollars in donations from countries that oppress women and even murders them for minor indiscretions.
Mrs Clinton’s long-time aide Huma Abedin’s name appeared listed as the magazine’s assistant editor while her mom ran the magazine. The magazine carried several stories revealing radical Islamic narratives such as an editorial arguing that women’s rights harm Muslim women.
Huma Abedin, worked with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as her closest associate — with access to classified documents and information — and she is now the vice-chairwoman of the Hillary for President campaign.
Clinton has gone as far as saying Abedin is as close as a “daughter” to her.
While the spokesperson for the State Department claimed he was certain that people who had been hired with Abedin’s clearance level underwent a pre-employment background investigation, numerous intelligence and police investigators say that considering Clinton’s lack of national security conscientiousness, they don’t believe Abedin underwent a bona fide vetting process.
“If they vetted Mrs. Weiner [Abedin] how come the woman’s past as a part of a radical magazine never came up? They said today that the name Huma Abedin appeared on the magazine’s masthead as assistant editor from 1996 to 2008. That means she was a radical Muslim magazine contributor during Hillary’s husband Bill’s administration and the George W. Bush administration,” said Michael Snopes, a former military intelligence officer and police detective.
During this time, the hardline Muslim magazine argued that single mothers, working mothers and gay couples with children should not be recognized as families, something Clinton claims she believes..
The Abedin magazine also blamed violence towards women and rape of women on their wearing of revealing attire. Ms Abedin’s mother also complained that Mrs Clinton was advancing a “very aggressive and radically feminist” agenda that was un-Islamic.
Questions also linger about Ms. Abedin’s alleged connection to the Muslim Brotherhood’s women’s auxiliary while having access to classified information and documents. Equally disturbing is the fact that she worked for both the State Department and for the Clinton Foundation and was apparently the conduit between the two entities especially in the Clinton pay-to-play scam.