Last Two FBI Directors HIDING Their Roles in Shutting Down Muslim Brotherhood DRAGNET Ex-FBI Directors James Comey and Robert Mueller Each Had a Hand in shutting down Operation Green Quest

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By Ben Barrack

This article is the second in a series. To read Part 1, CLICK HERE.

Former FBI Directors Robert Mueller and James Comey have much to hide. Mueller aided and abetted his country’s Muslim Brotherhood enemies by being responsible for shutting down an operation designed to take those enemies down. Comey looked the other way when a prosecution of Hillary Clinton would have helped to do the same thing.

Fox News’ Greg Jarrett makes a strong case against Mueller as special counsel in the investigation of Donald Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia. He does so by pointing to conflict of interest concerns. Mueller and Comey are very close; they have a mentor-protege relationship. Now, Mueller is commissioned with carrying on the investigation against the president who fired his buddy.

Meanwhile, the larger issue is what Comey and Mueller want to keep covered up.

Operation Green Quest

About six weeks after the 9/11 attacks, the Bush administration commenced Operation Green Quest (OGQ). The intent of OGQ was to target the sources of terror funding in the U.S. Two weeks after a raid on several of these outfits, two prominent Muslim figures with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood persuaded Treasury Secretary Paul O’Neill to back off (O’Neill was the man who headed the operation). Both of those men had very close ties to George W. Bush and Grover Norquist, the founder and President of Americans for Tax Reform (ATR).

The two men with so much influence? Talat Othman and Khaled Saffuri. Othman sat on the board of Harken Energy with George W. Bush from 1987-90 and represented wealthy Saudi interests there. Any attempt by OGQ to shut down the sources of terror funding would lead straight to those Saudi interests.

An article by David Armstrong that appeared in Harper’s magazine in March of 2004 speaks volumes about the operation:

…the most promising domestic inquiry into these Saudi groups has been dismantled. In March 2002, as part of a Customs Service investigation known as Operation Green Quest, government investigators raided the Virginia offices of IIRO and MWL, along with a number of other Saudi-backed charities and businesses. Although the raids mined up concrete evidence that elements of the network had funded individuals and groups designated as terrorists by the United States, no assets have been frozen and the few, belated arrests in this case have been made on charges unrelated to terrorist financing.

MWL is the Muslim World League and IIRO is the International Islamic Relief Organization. The truth about who was behind 9/11 was to be found in those organizations.

Khaled Saffuri (L) and Talat Othman (R) at 2013 American Task Force on Palestine Gala.

Bush could not afford that reality to come to light. Mueller helped his boss keep that truth hidden after OGQ became his responsibility.

This is where Mueller and Comey became key figures. At the time, Mueller was the FBI Director and Comey was the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. That would be the same district that had jurisdiction over Manhattan, where the 9/11 attacks took place.

From Armstrong’s piece:

Now, under an agreement between Attorney General John Ashcroft and Department of Homeland Security head Tom Ridge signed in May 2003, the Customs Service–part of Homeland Security since last March–has relinquished control of its counterterrorism investigations to the FBI, which repeatedly had refused to turn over critical investigative files to Green Quest agents. This deal between Ashcroft and Ridge effectively shut down Green Quest, quashing the one serious–if flawed–probe into domestic terrorist financing.

There you have it. As of May of 2003, Mueller was in charge of OGQ. Evidence suggests he was responsible for slowly strangling it to death.

A little over six months later, Comey would become the number two man at the Department of Justice when he was named Deputy Attorney General to John Ashcroft. As the underling of the man who signed the deal that put OGQ in the hands of the FBI, Comey most certainly had a role in overseeing OGQ’s slow death.

What this means is that both Mueller and Comey played a role in shutting down an operation that would have helped hold accountable, individuals and nations that perpetrated the worst attack on U.S. soil.

Back to what Jarrett writes today:

(Mueller) and Comey are good friends and former colleagues who worked hand-in-hand at the FBI and Department of Justice. Agents will tell you they were joined at the hip.

Mueller to OGQ what Comey was to Hillary Prosecution

Abdullah Omar Naseef (L) and close Hillary aide Huma Abedin (R)

Perhaps the most stunning admission from Comey in testimony about his decision not to recommend the prosecution of Hillary Clinton over the now infamous email scandal, involved Huma Abedin. Abedin has been Hillary’s closest advisor for years and has been with Hillary since 1996. She is also a Muslim Brotherhood operative whose organization – the Institute on Muslim Minority Affairs (IMMA) – was founded and funded by the Saudis.

Any decision to prosecute Hillary would open the same can of worms that OGQ would have opened. Huma is to the U.S. Government what the 9/11 hijackers were to the World Trade Center. The IMMA was founded by Abedin’s parents, with the help of a wealthy Saudi and al-Qaeda financier Abdullah Omar Naseef.

Bear in mind what Comey admitted to under oath in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee about one week prior to his firing. He admitted that Huma sent classified information over a non-secure server, to her husband Anthony Weiner, who then handled that classified information.

Comey agreed to that premise while also saying he would recommend prosecuting anyone. He even asserted that the reason Weiner was not interviewed was because he was under investigation in another criminal matter (making it worse if he was handling classified information).

Comey justifies his decision for not not recommending the prosecution of Abedin at the end. Note that he says she didn’t demonstrate any intent to break the law. Comey knows this is not valid. At a minimum, Abedin should have known and should have been prosecuted for gross negligence. This thinking on the part of Comey justified his firing as much as anything else.

This article is the second in a series. To read Part 3, click here

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