Pelosi names congressman who speaks at Muslim Brotherhood conferences to House Intel Committee

Pelosi names congressman who speaks at Muslim Brotherhood conferences to House Intel Committee

[Ed. – We checked this guy out in December.  Can’t wait till he has access to our biggest secrets.  If he were a hired employee he’d have to go through a background investigation, but as an elected official, he bypasses any such requirement.]

Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi announced in a closed-door meeting Tuesday she would name the first Muslim lawmaker to the House’s Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

A senior Democratic aide said Rep. André Carson of Indiana would be named in the “coming days” to the key national security-focused panel. Pelosi (D-Calif.) told lawmakers of the appointment during the members’ weekly caucus meeting.

Carson would be the first Muslim to serve on the committee and was the second Muslim to be elected to Congress. He already serves on the Armed Services Committee and worked for the Department of Homeland Security’s Fusion Center — the clearinghouse established by the federal government to streamline data sharing between the CIA, FBI, Department of Justice and the military.

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