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Texas Representative and Chief Judge Louie Gohmert had some serious accusations to make on the House floor this Friday.

He addressed various federal agencies, including the FBI, of aiding Islamic terrorist organizations.

He said, “We need to address the political correctness that is blinding our agencies and blinding our military of its ability to see who the enemy is, because it’s getting people killed. When you refuse to acknowledge that the Afghans you’re training, may be willing to turn their guns you’re training them on and kill you…until you recognize that and who our enemy is, and that our enemy can be among us, and that our enemy can be in uniforms that we’re supposed to be friendly with, then more Americans are going to be killed needlessly.”

Gohmert then said the Obama administration has drastically changed policy, so the FBI and State Department were partnered with CAIR and ISNA. Gohmert thinks that mosques ought to be treated as terrorist recruitment centers.

He said, “Any time CAIR says, ‘This offends us,’ the FBI says, ‘Oh, gee, we’d better change it.’ When you’ve had the Fifth Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals confirm that, yes, the evidence shows that CAIR, Islamic Society of North America—those are front organizations for the Muslim Brotherhood. They want Sharia law to be the law of the land, not our Constitution. And that is what we did not take an oath to allow to happen.”

The Texas Rep. then spoke about his theory that Obama and several Congressional offices had been infiltrated by the Muslim Brotherhood. He is especially concerned about children born in the US to parents here on VISAs  who later radicalize in their homeland. Gohmert refers to these individuals as “terror babies.”

He said, “So [Anwar] al-Awakis family was free to come in on a VISA for college, have al-Awlaki, take him back to Yemen, and radicalize him, so that he had America, and as he did lead prayers here on Capitol Hill with congressional Muslim staffers, and also have contact with people in the administration.He was free to come and go and radicalize people in America because he was an American citizen.”

Do you think that political correctness is making us less safe in America?