This is the first time that the FBI has offered any explanation at all of some extremely strange facts: an undercover agent was in contact with the jihad terrorists who were targeting our AFDI/Jihad Watch Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest in Garland, Texas on May 3, 2015. He told them to “tear up Texas.” He was in the car right behind them as they entered the parking lot of the event. They got out of that car and opened fire, and were killed by the security team we hired. The undercover agent, meanwhile, fled the scene.
We have repeatedly asked the FBI why they didn’t have a team in place to protect the people at our event when they knew it was going to be targeted by jihadis, and why their agent apparently encouraged the jihadis to attack. They have, of course, not deigned to answer us. This is the first answer we’ve gotten, and it’s a doozy: the undercover agent, “Steven Jane,” claims that when he wrote “tear up Texas” to jihadi Ibrahim Simpson, he was not saying to do that, he was just saying what he thought another jihadi had told Simpson. All right. That may be. But if that was the case, and “Jane” knew that Simpson was a deeply committed Muslim looking for a site for a jihad attack, wouldn’t it have occurred to “Jane” that Simpson might decide to heed the jihadi’s recommendation and tear up Texas?
Yet the FBI had no one there. As I have speculated before, could this have been because they wanted us dead, to serve as an example in Barack Obama’s America of what would happen when someone dared to “slander the prophet of Islam”?
“Jane” also claims that he had no idea that Simpson was going to attack our event, and didn’t realize it until he and his fellow jihadi Nadir Soofi got out of their car. But he was in the car right behind them.
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