One of the most outrageous moments from James Comey’s stint as Obama’s FBI Director has never received any mainstream media coverage beyond the day when it happened: The 2015 Muslim terrorist attack in Garland, TX. Americans can breathe a sigh of relief, though. A federal judge has ruled that this FBI-caused terrorist attack was within the guidelines of the FBI’s secret rules! Don’t you feel better now?
James Comey’s attempted assassination of Americans at the hands of Muslim terrorists actually started with the Charlie Hebdo shooting in France, in January of 2015. That was when a team of Muslims shot up the Charlie Hebdo magazine offices, killing 12 and wounding 11. Despite privately-owned firearms being almost totally banned in the EU, the Muslims carried out their attack with Zastava M70 AB2 rifles, Skorpion vz. 61 submachine guns, sidearms and a rocket launcher. The one JV terrorist on the squad had a pump-action shotgun.
The reason for the Charlie Hebdo attack was because the satirical French magazine had published a single badly-drawn cartoon image of Mohammad. This was simply a bridge too far and required a mass shooting in response. Despite incidents like this repeatedly happening in Europe, people like the mainstream media and George W. Bush keep telling us that those Muslims are doing their Muslim-ing wrong.
Europe was suddenly awash with calls to protect the Muslims from any anti-Muslim backlash just because a few Muslims were “acting out.” Calls for stricter hate speech laws for native Europeans were renewed. We can’t have people saying bad things about Muslims or their stuff… otherwise they might get really mad and shoot the place up, guys!
In response to Europe’s cowardice and to highlight America’s freedom of speech, conservative activists Pam Geller and Robert Spencer announced the “Draw Mohammad” cartoon contest in Garland, TX. On May 3, 2015, two Muslims drove from Arizona to Texas and opened fire at the event. Security guard Bruce Joiner was shot in the leg during the attack and then additional security guards sent the Muslims straight to hell. A car that was directly behind the Muslim attackers sped away from the scene. Ho hum. The End. Actually, not quite.
Suffering from PTSD and recovering from his leg wound, security guard Bruce Joiner later filed suit against the federal government – after discovering who was in the car that fled the scene. Acting under the “leadership” of then-FBI Director James Comey, it turns out that an undercover FBI agent had been egging the Muslim attackers on for several months on social media. Geller announced the “Draw Mohammad” contest in January, which was when the undercover agent made his initial contact with the attackers.
In addition to spending months encouraging the Muslims to “tear up Texas,” the FBI agent jumped in his car and followed them all the way from Arizona, across the state of New Mexico and into Texas, texting them the whole way. Phoenix to Garland is roughly an 1,100-mile, 16-plus-hour drive with pit stops. During that whole time, the FBI agent following them made no effort to contact the police in Garland and notify them that two armed Muslims were driving to the event to launch a jihad attack in the name of ISIS.
As the Muslims pulled up at the event, the FBI agent who had encouraged them all the way did not act in any way to stop the attackers. He could have jumped out and joined the security guards in shooting back at the attackers. He could have rammed them with his car. He could have stayed to render aid to Bruce Joiner after his Muslim buddies shot Joiner in the leg. Instead, Comey’s crack undercover agent turned around and drove away.
Unfortunately for Mr. Joiner, District Judge Karen Gren Scholer dismissed his suit and ruled that “the FBI acted within the scope of its discretionary authority.” Gren Scholer is one of those “ace conservative judges” that Mitch McConnell keeps pushing through the Senate.
So, that answers that question. No, you cannot sue the FBI if it encourages a Muslim to shoot you and the Muslim acts on that encouragement. And no, you cannot see those secret rules that give the FBI its “discretionary authority” to encourage Muslims to shoot you.