Instead of asking former CIA operative Wayne Simmons where he got his jaw-dropping claims, Neil Cavuto allowed his guest to circulate his allegations. And if his claim is true, Simmons would be complicit by not revealing the locations of the “at least 19 paramilitary Muslim training facilities in the United States.”
Simmons was responding to Cavuto’s claim that President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron refuse to use the labels “Islamic Jihad” and “Islamic extremist.”
“Until they face that, until they say that, until they get rid of these go no-go zones,” Simmons said. “You go in and you put razor wire around those no-go zones, you turn off the water and then as they come out you catalogue them. And that’s how you close these no-go zones.”
“It is incomprehensible that anywhere in the United States, these types of things would be allowed and, yet, my friend Ryan Mauro, as you probably know, reported that through the Clarion Project that we’ve got at least 19 paramilitary Muslim training facilities in the United States,” Simmons continued. to say without the Fox host asking for any sort of proof to his claim.
“Are you kidding me? What are, what are they gonna do, go hunt deer during deer season? No. They’re using paramilitary exercises to plan and execute these types of operations all over the United States.”
This exchange is reminiscent of the “terrorism expert” featured on Fox News recently who was forced to issue an apology after he dropped a few big fat lies on the air.
Steven Emerson told viewers that Muslim police officers in London are “seriously wounding” and “beating” people who don’t dress in ‘Muslim attire.”
The terrorism “expert” went on to declare that one British city was “totally Muslim” and that there are “no-go” zones in place. That brought forth a firestorm of social media mockery.
Lest we forget all of the militias in America which house and train potential right wing domestic terrorists.
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