WHAT TRUTHS ARE HIDING BEHIND THE BOSTON MARATHON BOMBING? - Although Talk-show host Glenn Beck appears both vague and a bit cryptic in this video, there is no doubt that he is calling President Obama and his administration on the carpet. For all his years on radio, Beck has been known, much as Rush Limbaugh as a conservative speaker who seeks to bring out news that is often hidden or not talked about. He asks the hard questions and often looks at situations and gives a perspective that many people may not have considered or discounted.
Glenn Beck–radio and tv host
You may remember shortly after the Boston Marathon Bombing that the news was full of information regarding a young Saudi male who was taken, treated at the hospital and was considered a Person of Interest in that day’s events. Then a few short hours later, news reports relayed that there was no connection found and the plea for information and pictures was put out to the public for the “real masterminds and perpetrators of this atrocity.” It didn’t take long before we were shown a picture of the Tsarnaev brothers and asked for our help in identifying and locating them.
As the rest of the drama unfolded there seemed to be an orchestrated appearance to the manhunt and capture of these men that ended with one losing his life.
Radio host Glenn Beck has reportedly obtained information regarding the Saudi Arabian national we were shown initially detained as a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombing. Beck says President Obama, his administration and law enforcement officials have until Monday to come clean and be honest with the American people, or he will release what he knows.
This is what we all know:
Within a few hours of identifying Abdulrahman Ali Alharbi as a possible suspect in the bombing, officials advised that this individual was cleared of any wrong-doing.
The FBI and other law enforcement agencies searched Ali Alharbi’s apartment in Revere, Massachusetts. Officials indicated that no evidence was found or removed from the apartment, but eye witness reports suggest otherwise. Fox News reported live from the scene that law enforcement was seen removing several bags after searching the residence.
The following day, Secretary of State John Kerry had a private meeting with a Saudi foreign minister.
President Obama, likewise, had an unscheduled meeting with the ambassador from Saudi Arabia. The official White House position is that the discussion entailed Syria, and had nothing to do with the Boston bombing.
First Lady Obama, also concerned about the health of the Saudi, paid a special visit to him in the hospital.
Within 24 hours, it was reported that college student Abdulrahman Ali Alharbi, originally identified as the Boston Bomber, was to be deported back to his home country on “national security grounds.”
So what is Beck talking about and what does he think he knows?
Whatever it is, Glenn Beck implies that it is powerful enough to bring down the Administration.
Suspicious activity we do know about and should consider important:
Obama has allowed us to see that there is more to the relationship between himself and King Abdullah through their interaction at public events. Obama has been seen bowing, and bowing deeply to the man. This act raised eyebrows across the nation because it was an unprecedented move the first time it happened and it has happened repeatedly, even when no one else in attendance is bowing, but rather shaking hands like at the G2o summit held in London, back in 2009.
Obama bowing to King Abdullah at the 2009 G20 summit
Janet Napolitano also did some back pedaling during the press conference held on April 18th. When asked by South Carolina Rep. Jeff Duncan during a Capitol Hill about the young Saudi who was being deported, her reply was indignant, evasive and forceful.
“I am not going to answer that question it is so full of misstatements and misapprehension that it’s just not worthy of an answer…there’s been so much reported on this that’s been wrong I can’t even begin to tell you, congressman,” Napolitano replied. “We will provide you with accurate information as it becomes available.”
Janet Napalitano- United States Secretary of Homeland Security
What are we to make of this?
Previous administrations have had the luxury of concealing facts and shady dealings but over the years our system for receiving information has improved and increased so quickly that it is getting harder and harder not to get caught. One thing that is clear from what we have seen this week from all the media coverage is that at times information can be misunderstood and at other times courses of action can change as leaders try to coordinate their agencies to work as one.
Time and again this President has given the nation the impression that he is ashamed to call himself an American; there were questions about him before he was even elected that have never been answered. He has apologized for our actions to foreign leaders on several occasions, openly criticized any statements that disagree with his personal ideals, berated his cabinet and has repeatedly abused his position for personal gain. To think that even after he is out of office we are going to support him causes me to question another perk allowed by our government.
But, that is off the track, let’s get back to Beck and his accusations. I was a huge fan of Beck for many years, until the past four when it appeared that his radio show was more of a three hour commercial for his books, tv show, products and endorsements. He lost his edge and a portion of his listeners at that time but he never lost his thirst for the truth and for presenting it in an unbiased format that even a 12 year old could understand.
Speculation and unanswered questions surround the events of the Boston Marathon Bombing, this young Saudi and even concerning the events of 9-1-1 and as a nation we are entitled to answers that are truthful, not scripted. As this story unfolds, it will open doors to other questions concerning the Obama’s and their behavior since entering the White House and this can be a positive turning point for our country. I for one am looking forward to what Mr. Beck has to reveal.