And other stories from Department of Homeland Security.
Does “extortion” have one “x” or two?
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson went on the Sunday talk shows to demand that Republicans fund the Department of Homeland Security without blocking money for President Obama’s executive amnesty plan.
But he prefaced his you-better-fund-my-department pitch by warning that an al Qaeda-linked terror group, Al-Shabaab, is publicly calling for attacks on shopping malls in the United States, specifically the Mall of America in Minneapolis.
“I would say that, if anyone is planning to go to the Mall of America today, they have got to be particularly careful.
And it was just last week that Obama and some of his mouthpieces were telling us that the problem is that these Musloid, blood-drunken, terrorist imbeciles are blood-drunken, terrorist imbeciles because these otherwise lovable young men don’t have adequate employment opportunities that would be more socially acceptable:
The key to stopping the Islamic State’s bloody march through Iraq and Syria? Jobs.
That’s what US State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf [rhymes with . . .] said Monday night when asked on MSNBC’s talk show “Hardball” what America and its allies are doing to end the militant group’s reign of terror in the region.
And if you disagree with Ms. Harf, then you are the idiot who doesn’t understand nuance.
Anywho, so if DHS isn’t going to implement a jobs program to distract these unwashed desert dogs from further barbarism, why do they need more money?