I’ve been following this story on Twitter through the accounts of two military wives who are fighting to get combat recognition for their husbands who were wounded in the Fort Hood terrorist attack. The Obama government continues to refuse such recognition and, instead, labels this attack as a case of “workplace violence.”
Soldier victims of this terrorist attack have been denied Purple Hearts and combat status which affects their pay and medical coverage, while their enemy attacker lives it up:
Hasan is stll receiving $6k a month for last 3 years and housed in COUNTY jail costing taxapayers $1mil. Victims denied combat status
— Autumn Manning (@WWWife) October 16, 2012
Please revisit this article by Ben Shapiro at Front Page Magazine: It’s Not Workplace Violence, It’s Islam
So, who’s destined to win this fight – the side that insists that Muslim murder is “workplace violence,” or the side that insists that soldierly workplace violence in defense of Muslims is murder of Muslims? It’s a pretty safe bet that the side that sees “Allahu Akhbar” as a call to diversity training will end up on the wrong side of history.
And Pamela Gellar has an update: Fort Hood jihad: Army officer ordered destruction of video evidence — “Allahu Akbar!” — “Allah is greater”
This is treason. An army officer order the destruction of evidence in a jihadist attack on American soldiers? The officer should be on trial for treason. Who is looking out for Americans? We know who is looking out for the jihad in America.
It most certainly is treason. This continuing injustice should anger all Americans. When Obama is defeated, the Romney/Ryan administration better correct this wrong.
My liberal friends and family often ask what’s the source of my passion to see Mitt Romney defeat Barack Obama. They never like the answer.
Pvt. Francheska Velez.
Pvt. Francheska Velez, 21, an Army bomb disposal specialist who served in Iraq was three months pregnant when Major Nidal Hasan deliberately shot her in the abdomen during the murderous rampage at Ft. Hood. Screaming in agony, her final words were “My baby, my baby.”
Read it all.
UPDATE II: More links about this story…
Justice for Ft. Hood Heroes by Caroline Glick
Ft. Hood shooting victims want attack called terrorism by John Medina