Saudi Attack At Pensacola: Why Did Pentagon Vetting Fail?

Three died and eight were injured when a Saudi military officer went on a shooting spree at a Pensacola, Florida airbase. The Pentagon insists Saudi military officers are properly vetted, but they are revisiting their vetting process anyway. Maybe vetting is not the real issue? Watch today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

3 thoughts on “Saudi Attack At Pensacola: Why Did Pentagon Vetting Fail?”

  1. No system is perfect. That said the Pentagon has to look at their system to see if it can be tightened, to see if there were warning signs that could have/ should have been noticed. Oh and gun control, but that is crazy talk.

  2. I submit that the purpose of ‘pentagon vetting’ is to facilitate the entry of the US empire’s client enforcers to allow them to be trained/indoctrinated in its methods and practices. All such people are thus ‘terrorists’ by definition. You can’t make a ‘false flag’ omelet without breaking a few ‘local’ eggs.

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