"So did everyone start calling out the Women's March and Linda Sarsour for their connections to what ultimately is showing itself to be a terror cell? I mean this is also the same woman that says she's besties with Louis Farrakhan. Of course not. They always blame the NRA. Even for this compound as well." —Dana Loesch
A message to Tamika Mallory and others who support Linda Sarsour: Don’t accuse the NRA of inciting violence when you stand with people who have ties to terrorists. Dana Loesch continues to tell the truths about New Mexico the media won’t, tonight on Relentless. Watch liv at 5 CT/ 6 ET on NRATV.com.
Dana Loesch connects the dots the media won't about Siraj Ibn Wahhaj, the leader of the New Mexico compound linked to "extremist Muslims" training children to commit school shootings. He's the son of an unindicted co-conspirator of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, who just happens to be Linda Sarsour's mentor.
NM Islamists who were training children in the NM Desert to kill American children, their teachers and law enforcement who respond were released on Bond. Defense attorneys argued that to not release them is racist and Islamophobic as the Defendants are Black Muslims.
FEDS RELEASE NEW MEXICO TERRORISTS! CONFIRMED CONNECTIONS TO OBAMA DNC Episode #1350 - The Pete Santilli Show with Pete Santilli & Deb Jordan - Tuesday- August 14, 2018 Show notes & headline links: http://thepetesantillishow.com/episode1350/ IN SEARCH OF LIBERTY "...a Back To The Future-esque Presentation of our Constitution..." - Pete Santilli WATCH THE TRAILER: http://InSearchOfLiberty.com Special Guests: John Guandolo; Laura Loomer
"The judge in this case says that the prosecution failed to make their case that these individuals were a danger to public. In what universe does that seem even remotely like a good call? Additionally, where are all the gun control fanatics... here you have actual criminals caught, training starving children to be school shooters." —Dana Loesch
"New Mexico judge Sarah Backus ordered the five suspects to be released on just a $20,000 bond. She says they need to wear ankle monitors, but God forbid they decide to strike while they are out. Federal prosecutors warned it's a possibility… It is a frightening prospect to think that five men and women accused of giving kids tactical training on the use of firearms to kill Americans inside schools are back out on their own. This, I fear, is a mistake."