Wife of Muslim Murderer 'Knew' He Would Attack Pulse Nightclub
This will come as exactly no surprise to anybody who understands Islamic terror. The only issue is why more Americans aren't furious about it -- and don't fully support the president's travel ban from known inimical Muslim political entities.
A handwritten statement given to the FBI by the wife of Pulse nightclub gunman Omar Mateen says she saw him prepare for the deadly attack for months and knew that the LGBT nightclub was his target.
The 12-page statement, quietly released by federal authorities at the end of December in a batch of records in the case, was taken hours after the June 12, 2016 shooting. The attack left 49 dead and dozens of others injured. Noor Salman was questioned for hours, without a lawyer, after authorities learned her husband was the gunman behind the attack.
She was arrested last year on federal charges of providing material support to a terrorist and tampering with evidence but has pleaded not guilty, claiming she was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
She said Mateen abused her and claims she did not know of his plot. But her defense conflicts with the signed statement she gave to the FBI, which details her knowledge of Mateen's planning and his path to carry out an attack on behalf of the Islamic State.
Of course it does. By now, Real Americans have become all to familiar with the Islamic doctrine of taqiyya, which permits Muslims to lie to the kuffar in the furtherance of their "religious" aims.
What's interesting is how quickly these imported adversaries adopt the vocabulary of victimhood via "women's rights" and fashionable conditions such as PTSD. And don't forget lawfare:
The statement includes that during a two-year span before the attack. Mateen would browse jihad websites almost everyday and frequently watch beheading videos.
He was angry and frustrated about treatment of Muslims in the Middle East and talked about retaliating against Americans. "He said if he did jihad everybody would know who he is," Salman wrote in the statement.
The place for Muslims "angry and frustrated" about the treatment of Muslims in the Middle East is... the Middle East, preferably in their own "countries" -- not the United States of America.
But the Left, always on the march, has latterly begun to define as a civil right the unfettered movement of millions of Muslims into the U.S., for no good beneficial purpose.
Their objective is to use the language of the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s to transform "immigration" from a privilege to a universal right, and thus render meaningless our perception of who and what a Real American is.