A report on the Fort Hood shooting has faulted the FBI for ignoring evidence against Major Nidal Hasan, who later allegedly killed 13 people and wounded 23 others at Fort Hood in November 2009, because of "political correctness". Hasan had been in contact with known terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki, but was still determined not to be involved in terrorist activities. Apparently, the FBI was more concerned about being accused of "islamophobia" than about stopping potential islamic terrorists before they take American lives. For one thing, you'd think that Hasan's "Soldier of Allah" business card might have raised an eyebrow or two. Since the Obama administration has called Hasan's actions "workplace violence" instead of "terrorism", I'd say that PC is still holding sway.
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