Ted Cruz questioning Jeh Johnson

If you haven’t watched U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) dress down Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson yesterday during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing you should take some some time to. He calls out the Obama administration’s willful blindness to radical Islamic terrorism. In questioning Johnson, Cruz highlights the Obama Administration’s practice of scrubbing anti-terror materials.

Watch below:

While questioning Johnson, Cruz said, “What concerns me, and I believe should concern the Department of Homeland Security, is that because of this effort – scrubbing your law enforcement materials of any acknowledgment of radical Islamic terrorism – when you see the red flags of radical Islamic terrorism, you do not follow up on them effectively. And we have terrorist attack, after terrorist attack, after terrorist attack that could have been prevented but for this Administration’s willful blindness.”

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  1. Mr. CRUZ why is our government not doing something about Obama? I don’t know anyone who can understand how ilhe can get away with this. Why is it not talked about that he has a terrorist brother and that he himself is Muslum. The writing is all over the wall but nothing is said to the people of this country. Why is he being allowed to destroy our nation? Will someone please explain. Congress could act together and make something happen. How many more people are we going to let die with his ” open door policy “. Will someone please speak up?

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