The Obama administration showed its support for all veterans over the Veterans Day weekend through its continued refusal to classify the Ft. Hood massacre as an act of terror, instead calling it workplace violence.
Sgt. Alonso Lunsford was shot six times by Maj. Nidal Milak Hasan during the incident three years ago. He appeared on “Fox and Friends” Sunday morning to explain why he and his fellow victims are now suing the government to have it reclassified.
This isn’t the only time the administration has shown reluctance to classify an incident as terror-related. The most recent is the attack on our consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which resulted in the murder of four Americans, including our ambassador to Libya.
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