By Jim Kouri / Conservative Base
A well-regarded and well-experienced counter-terrorism expert, Chris Gaubatz is a national security consultant and vice president of Understanding the Threat who was the only journalist to note a surprising and disturbing situation: the sheriff, who gained national fame as a result of his department’s snafu-ridden response to a mass-murder shooting that left 17 teenagers and school employees dead, had hired a member of radical Islamic groups to become a sworn officer of the law.
Aftermath of Florida school shooting.
Eleven-years-ago, Chris Gaubatz began his life’s journey researching the threat of jihadi organizations in the United States by choosing not to imitate too many members of America’s academicians, who never ventured into the fanatical world of Islam but by posing as a Muslim convert and attending Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas meetings and religious services. Eventually he gained access as an intern with the Palestinian terrorist Hamas as well as the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) in Virginia.
On the award-winning Christian radio show Crosstalk, aired nationally on over 200 stations on Tuesday, Gaubatz sat down with Crosstalk host Jim Schneider and spoke about some of his experiences as a full-fledged jihadist.
“I find Chris Gaubatz to be a cross between the fabled detective Sherlock Holmes and legendary war correspondent Ernie Pyle. He’s not your typical investigative journalist who pretends in real life to be a major character in a motion picture who enters into the most dangerous of assignments,” former police chief and current news/commentary writer Joseph Lacassy told Conservative Base’s editor, Jim Kouri, who is also a former top cop from New York.
“Gaubatz isn’t acting and he’s definitely not ‘playing.’ He’s the real deal,” Lacassy added.
Chris told the Crosstalk host on live radio that while working at CAIR’s U.S. headquarters, he uncovered a shamefully large-scale fraud scheme. He had been invited by Hamas/CAIR leaders to work at their headquarters office in Washington, DC and it was during his time at CAIR HQ that he obtained over 12,000 pages of documents from Hamas/CAIR and over 300 hours of covert audio/video recordings.
His autobiographical story is featured in the book aptly titled Muslim Mafia.
Chris began his interview by defining what CAIR is: CAIR was mentioned in the records of the largest terrorism financing trial ever successfully prosecuted in our nation’s history (U.S. v. Holy Land Foundation). The evidence overwhelmingly showed that not only is CAIR a Muslim Brotherhood-connected organization, but they are specifically a Hamas organization.
A Broward County mosque’s congregants receive active shooter training by armed deputies.
According to Gaubatz, the original radical Islamic group known as the Muslim Brotherhood was created in 1928 to restore the once powerful and feared Islamic caliphate that had been dissolved. Their main goal today is to create an Islamic state wherever they are operating and ultimately to create a global caliphate under under Sharia law. CAIR, in turn, was created for the purpose of promoting the Hamas agenda (Hamas is the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood.) here in America and supporting them overseas.
But instead of using fear or heavy-handed tactics, CAIR presents itself to American news outlets as a moderate religious organization much like the Roman Catholic Church’s Knights of Columbus.
“CAIR spokespeople are often seen on U.S. news channels (Fox, CNN, MSNBC, One America News Network, NewsmaxTV, and others) and heard on radio talk shows in just about every U.S. state,” notes former police intelligence officer Rashad Shariff.
“For the most part, these spokespeople are given legitimacy and respect by news anchors, reporters and news directors who embrace a liberal-left agenda and show support for radical religions and cults while denigrating Christianity and its dogma,” claims Lt. Shariff.
Sheriff Scott Israel is being pressured to resign after several revelations about his politically-correct law enforcement beliefs became known.
“Knowing this history is important because of what’s been discovered within the content of information that’s come out surrounding the tragic school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County, Florida. The Sheriff’s department there has come under considerable scrutiny due to what some are saying is improper response in a time of need,” according to Crosstalk’s Schneider, a veteran broadcast journalist.
Part of the controversy surrounding the Broward County’s Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) was the decision to have a CAIR representative working as a deputy sheriff on their staff well before the Parkland school massacre occurred. Deputy Nezar Hamze is not merely someone who attends CAIR meetings or events but is currently the regional operations director for CAIR’s Florida chapter and was the former executive director of CAIR/Florida.
“That in itself is astounding news when you consider that this organization’s leadership boasts that, according to the group’s own archived and newly penned documents, their purpose is to destroy Western civilization from within. Chris believes that having such an individual work inside of a Sheriff’s office works toward that end: the destruction of the Judeo-Christian republic,” noted Dr. Lyle Rapacki, founder and CEO of Sentinel Intelligence Service, LLC.
Chris Gaubatz is a national security consultant and vice president of Understanding the Threat.
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Jim Kouri is a member of the Board of Advisors and a former vice president of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, Inc. a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization incorporated in Florida in May 1967. The Association was organized for educational and charitable activities for law enforcement officers in command ranks and supervisory agents of state & federal law enforcement agencies as well as leaders in the private security sector. NACOP also provides funding to small departments, officers and the families of those officers paralyzed and disabled in the line of duty.