The Enemy Within

The US Army at Fort Jackson is investigating five soldiers for allegedly attempting to poison the food on base. The men are suspected of attempting to poison the food supply sometime before Christmas. It is unclear if they are still in custody or have been released.

Oh, and the report indicates that the five were Muslims and may have been in touch with a Muslim group in DC that traveled to Pakistan to wage jihad on US troops.

CBN News has learned exclusively that five Muslim soldiers at Fort Jackson in South Carolina were arrested just before Christmas. It is unclear whether the men are still in custody. The five were part of the Arabic Translation program at the base. CBN

US Army officials have not stated publicly that these morons were Muslim. The information came from a source inside who knew of the case. I would imagine that if these guys are Muslim it would cause more problems for the Army which was bitten by political correctness in the terror attack of Major Nadal Hasan who killed 13 soldiers.

The Army (and the rest of the armed forces) had better wake up and realize that the enemy is infiltrating the ranks.

People with radical views should be called out and handled appropriately. People who might have ties to radical groups should be closely followed and we should prevent those with any kind of shady history from joining the service.

If people had reported Hasan and his behavior we might never have had the Fort Hood incident.

They should make sure these five soldiers (whether they are Muslims or not and if they actually tried to poison the food) spend a very long time in jail.

I recommend a place in Cuba that is nice and warm.

Of course, according to the left, that place was probably responsible for recruiting these five in the first place.

It is always our fault with the blame America first crowd.

FOX News

Big Dog


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