Maj. Nidal Hasan, the Fort Hood officer who slaughtered 13 fellow service members and wounded 32 others on Nov. 5, 2009, has been awaiting trial on murder charges since the attack. That’s over three years and counting. And if the White House continues to be filled with Obama clones, you may run out of fingers counting the years until this Muslim terrorist is either put on trial or his name comes up on an official presidential pardon list. That wouldn’t surprise me. After all, if we are told that Hillary Clinton fell and can’t answer questions on Benghazi because of a concussion, anything is believable.
Col. Gregory Gross, the military judge in charge of the Hasan proceedings, had the temerity to demand that the defendant, still drawing an Army paycheck, shave his beard to meet military regulations. A superior court held that Gross was out of order and ordered him off the case due to his prejudice in the matter. A new judge just ruled that Hasan may appear in court with his beard, as the Koran demands. Sharia rules in our military courts, according to the powers that be in the Pentagon. And those “powers” depend on the White House for their promotions and future in the military. They now know how to rule in cases relating to Islam.
However, let me dig into another area of this case — Gross’ possible religion. I’ve known many people named Gross in my time, and most of them were Jewish. Might this judge be an infidel and unfit to rule over a Muslim? That’s another Koranic edict. What we may be seeing here is the complete meltdown of our judicial system in order to capitulate to the Muslim rule of law: the Koran.
Our president and his attorney general have done much to negate and destroy our Judeo/Christian tradition of law, holidays and way of life. Obama’s introduction of Muslims into our government is dangerous, unprecedented and apparently going unnoticed and unreported by our mainstream media.
Hold on to your hats for the next four years and begin looking for Bloomingdale’s to start carrying the Huma Abedin line of official Muslim prayer rugs in its home furnishings department.