Is the Muslim Brotherhood Making Decisions in The White House?

What a coincidence Hezbollah (and Iran) have been removed from the United States Dept. of State designated terror list shortly after the Obama administration held a Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Summit that included Salam al Marayati,  a known Muslim Brotherhood supporter and anti Israel activist that is currently an advisor in the White house. ( is known to have suggested Israel be listed as a suspect in the 9/11 terror attacks.   He also  refuses to call Hezbollah a terrorist group. “I don’t think any group should be judged 100% this or that,” he says. “I think every group is going to have . . . its claim of liberation and resistance.”   Marayati who co founded the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) authored a paper in 2003 called “A Review of U.S Counter Terrorism Policy: American Muslim Critique and Recommendations.  Amazing that as far back as 2003, Marayati has been planting the seeds for policy.

American Muslim Critique and Recomendation 2003

It also just so happens The Muslim Public Affairs Council, (MPAC)  has created yet another organization, the Congressional  Leadership Development Program, (    which they state “simply put, we’re cultivating the next CEO’s, Mayors, City Councilors, members of Congress and non profit Executive Directors“. (yes there is a Black Congressional and Hispanic Congressional caucus, however their sole existence is not to alter political policies and laws to fit an agenda designed to radically transform the United States of America)

Interesting to note that MPAC doesn’t require a potential candidate for their leadership program to be a U.S citizen   leaving the possibility for members of other terror organizations to infiltrate the White House.

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It is painfully clear who is creating policy, and how the current  policies are being dismantled and re written to meet the agenda.  Unfortunately it is also painfully clear Americans are asleep.      This may happen after all….



Cathy Hinners




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