Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Got GBTV? Get it and tune in to: “Rumors of War III”

As I have said before and I will state again, if you haven’t signed-up for GBTV, you should.  The monthly subscription is under $10 and is some of the best $10 I spend every month.  The information shared on GBTV goes way beyond what Beck was capable of airing on FOX News.
Disclaimer:  I am not and have never been a paid spokes person for Glenn Beck or any of his affiliate organizations.  I am a private citizen who shares stories that link together what’s happening, so “you” can use common sense to make sense of it all.
YiT ~  Shelly


On Wednesday, April 25, at 7:00 p.m. ET, GBTV will air a powerful documentary entitled “Rumors of War III,” which delves into the infiltration of America’s government by militant Islamists like the Muslim Brotherhood. The special promises to provide “irrefutable evidence of the attack underway being perpetrated by the Muslim Brotherhood and Hezbollah.”
Providing a preliminary look into the investigation, General William Boykin — who appears in the documentary — joined Glenn Beck on his Tuesday morning radio broadcast to discuss some little known facts about the role U.S. lawmakers have played in helping the Muslim Brotherhood gain entry into American politics and government institutions.
Gen. Boykin, a founding member of Delta Force, told Beck that Islamist groups have been gaining access to American lawmakers for years, starting under the Clinton administration. The problem, according to the general, has only been “enhanced” by the Obama administration.
Among the nation’s Muslim Brotherhood enablers, according to Gen. Boykin, is Americans for Tax Reform founder, Grover Norquist, who he said brought Suheil Khan — the son of a radical cleric — under his wing and frequently liaised with other Muslim groups here in the U.S., even to the exclusion of attending conservative events. It is is only now, the general pointed out, that Congress is starting to recognize Norquist’s “checkered background.”
Beck noted that perhaps the best observation shared by Gen. Boykin was when he asked how on earth could the Muslim Brotherhood be “secular” given that its very name reveals its religious and ideological affiliation. The name “Muslim Brotherhood” should “give you someclue,” the general quipped.
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