Terror Suspect Will Be Driving Semis or Maybe a School Bus

Here’s one to file under, What Could Go Wrong?

A Minnesota man, who Homeland Security identifies as a terror suspect who is on the “No Fly” list, now has his Class A commercial license, which will allow him to drive semi-trucks.

You can pack a lot of explosives into a semi.

The FOX 9 Investigators revealed last May that Amir Meshal was attempting to get his Class A license from a Twin Cities truck driving school. The $4,000 tuition was paid for through the state workforce program.

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Your tax dollar at work. It gets worse:

A spokesperson said Meshal has also applied for a school bus endorsement, pending the outcome of a criminal background check.

Muslims are infamous for attacking public transportation, prominently including buses. A school bus would be a perfect target, considering that the objective of jihad is to break our will through terror. That’s why the Islamic State doesn’t just kill infidels, but crucifies them publicly.

In May 2014, Meshal was removed and trespassed from a Bloomington, Minn. mosque, Al Farooq, after he was suspected of radicalizing young people who would later travel to Syria. According to the police report, religious leaders said, “We have concerns about Meshal interacting with our youth.” Meshal had previously been asked to leave an Eden Prairie, Minn. mosque for similar reasons.

This background won him friends at the ACLU:

The ACLU recently sued TSA and Homeland Security to have Meshal removed from the “No Fly” list. But Homeland Security responded in a letter obtained by the FOX 9 Investigators that Meshal, “..may be a threat to civil aviation or national security,” adding that, “It has been determined that you (Amir Meshal) are an individual who represents a threat of engaging in or conducting a violent act of terrorism and who is operationally capable of doing so.”

If even Jeh Johnson’s DHS admits the guy is dangerous, he must be waving the red flags with both hands.

In 2007, Meshal, a U.S. citizen of Egyptian descent, was arrested in Kenya by the FBI, suspected of leaving a terror training camp in Somalia. Meshal, via the ACLU, is also suing the U.S. government for detaining him overseas for three months. In the lawsuit, Meshal claims the FBI tried to convince him to become an informant — an offer he says he declined.

But he should be okay to drive kids around. According to our government, Muslims only indulge in terrorism because they lack job opportunities.

Amir Meshal
Meshal: Not someone you want driving your kids.

On a tip from Rob E. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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