The Synagogue Terrorist: More Questions For The Useless FBI

The Synagogue Terrorist: More Questions For The Useless FBI

The Synagogue Terrorist: More Questions For The Useless FBI

Two things are now clear. The FBI is useless and there are more questions than answers regarding the synagogue terrorist.

How useless is the FBI? Amazingly, in spite of the terrorist’s rant on Facebook livestream, the Special Agent in Charge in Dallas literally claimed the incident was NOT an act of terror. 

My jaw literally dropped and shattered on the floor at that. Has the FBI not learned ANYTHING these last years? Oh wait, it’s highly evident they have not. This is the same FBI that continues to claim that Nidal Hassan’s attack on Fort Hood was nothing more than pesky workplace violence. This is how useless the FBI is. They are willing, at the behest of Attorney General Garland to go after parents speaking up at school board meetings because “domestic terrorism.” But when an actual Islamic terrorist specifically targets a synagogue and demands a virulent anti-semite terrorist, Aafia Siddiqui, is freed…the FBI stammers, stutters, and says ‘the motive is unclear.’ 

Yes, the FBI is useless in this matter. 

As for the questions regarding the terrorist. His family back in the UK was interviewed. Their statements raise a TON of questions. 

The family of a 44-year-old British Muslim man who was shot dead by police in Texas after launching a terror attack on a synagogue last night demanded to know how he was allowed into America despite a long criminal record.

Malik Faisal Akram, from Blackburn, died in a hail of bullets after a 10-hour stand-off on Saturday in which four people were held hostage at the Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Colleyville, 27 miles from Dallas.

Akram had apparently flown to America two weeks ago, lived in homeless shelters and bought a gun on the street, according to US President Joe Biden.


Malik’s brother Gulbar issued a statement on behalf of the family last night in which he told of their ‘devastation’ and revealed how relatives had been in contact with Malik during his attack at the police’s request but could not convince him to surrender.

But speaking to Sky News he also demanded to know how the incident had been allowed to unfold. ‘He’s known to police. Got a criminal record. How was he allowed to get a visa and acquire a gun?’, he said.

Stop and read through all of that again. The FBI claimed that the motive is unclear, even as the terrorist rantings were clear as a bell. Now, from his family we find out that there’s a great deal more to the story. 

Here are my questions

A. Where did he get the money to fly to the U.S.?

B. If he had a KNOWN CRIMINAL RECORD, how come the UK authorities let him leave the country?

C. How come U.S. authorities didn’t flag him coming in to the U.S.?

D. It takes money to get from the east coast to Dallas, Texas. Where and from whom did it come from?

E. Who fronted the funds for him to purchase a gun? 

Those are all questions that should be asked and answers provided. There is NO WAY that the terrorist magically navigated his way from the UK to the US, and from the east coast to Dallas without assistance and funds. There is no way that he somehow managed to do all of this while staying in homeless shelters. 

We are supposed to believe that this attack was totally random. 

It wasn’t, and that was obvious from the start. Want to bet that those news items via the British media are what led the FBI to change their tune late last night?

Suddenly, the useless FBI has a clue. Then again, the FBI has had YEARS of clues regarding actual real terrorists in our midst, and has ignored the warnings. Which has led to many innocent people getting killed. San Bernardino, the Boston Marathon, the Chattanooga attack, the Tree of Life attack, and more. 

Here’s the thing. While the useless FBI had to belatedly admit what we all knew from the get-go, that this attack WAS an act of terrorism, the Democrats including Biden and Cackles Kamala, are still trying the good ole, ‘it may look like a terrorist, act like a terrorist, but the motives are super foggy‘ schtick. Via Townhall from the White House transcript. 

Q Mr. President, do you know more about the motivations of the person?
THE PRESIDENT: No, I don’t. I — there’s speculation, but I’m not going to get into that. I will — I’m going to have a press conference on Wednesday, and I’ll be happy to go into detail of what I know in detail at that time.
Q Do you know why he targeted that specific synagogue, Mr. President?
THE PRESIDENT: Well, no, I don’t. We don’t have — I don’t think there is sufficient information to know about why he targeted that synagogue or why he insisted on the release of someone who’s been in prison for over 10 years, why he was engaged — why he was using antisemitic and anti-Israeli comments. I — we just don’t have enough facts.

The questions I posed above need to be asked and answered. Not only that, but the FBI either needs to step up and do their damned jobs or close up shop altogether. 

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  • American Human says:

    Close up shop and go. That’s my suggestion.

    It is almost unbelievable the extent to which the FBI has become a weak and pathetically woke institution. My intent is to never, ever, talk with the FBI, no matter what.

  • Taylor says:

    Fund the police but de-fund the FBI!

  • Politically Ambidextrous says:

    Noted that this is not also being classified as a hate crime. Change a few things in the circumstanced and it would be.

  • GWB says:

    It takes money to get from the east coast to Dallas, Texas.
    Where are you getting that he traveled from the east coast to Dallas? It’s not in anything you quoted.
    You know that DFW airport is an actual international airport, right? He could have flown directly there. (Again, based on what you quoted; I haven’t read the articles you link.)

    Who fronted the funds for him to purchase a gun?
    Meh. If he somehow was funded to travel all the way to the US, another couple hundred bucks is nothing. (It ain’t cheap to fly here, especially right now.)

    There is no way that he somehow managed to do all of this while staying in homeless shelters.
    I think you suffer from a dearth of imagination. Homeless people can travel across the US rather cheaply. It’s harder than it used to be for “hobos” but they still exist and still travel. Dude was British, so I’m assuming he could hitchhike without too much language barrier. Some people would pick him up because he has an accent (people can be strange [cue The Doors]).

    Hostage taker was not focused on Jewish community
    I’m really bothered by why people can’t seem to make the distinction between “focused on the Jews” and “Islamic terrorist”. “He attacked a synagogue because he was anti-semitic” can be simultaneous with “he didn’t do this because he was specifically mad at the Jews, but used them for another end.” This is an example of what Progressives claim about “islamophobia” all the time: making everything ‘black and white’, everything a set of absolutes. While I think “islamophobia” is an idiotic charge to make, the ‘black and white’ attitude is too often true.

    I’m not saying the FBI are MENSA-class nuanced thinkers. Oh, heavens no. They’re very guilty of the ‘black and white’ thinking, just in the opposite direction. “There’s more to it than that, so we can’t note the one aspect at all until we can lay out each little piece.”

    I’d like to see more adoption of the phrase, “Well, you’re right, up to a point…”.

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