KOMMONSENTSJANE – Why Isn’t the Largest Terror-Funding Case Being Prosecuted?

By Clarion Project Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Google at work again harassing:


Why is it when I am blogging anything about terrorists that Google always deletes it and doesn’t want it shown. Could it be we have some terrorists accomplices working for Google.


Why Isn’t the Largest Terror-Funding Case Being Prosecuted?
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BY: CLARION PROJECT Wednesday, January 2, 2019

(Photo: Army University Press)

Clarion Project’s National Security Analyst and Director of the Clarion Intelligence Network Ryan Mauro personally worked on a case that would have been the largest terror-funding case in the U.S. The case involved Islamic Relief, one of the world’s largest Islamic “charities.”

After his briefing, three government agencies were prepared to go ahead with prosecution, but the Obama administration declined. Find out why in this interview with Mauro below and see if the Trump administration has picked up the ball.

Questioning Qatar’s Terror Financing? Here Are the Facts

Obama Administration Dropped Huge Terror-Funding Case

How the US Gov’t Funds Terror


Very simple answer: Obama is a Muslim and during his eight years worked to take over our government and bring the government to its knees. Others complicit were Comey/Hillary/FBI/DOJ, et al.


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