Calls For All Mosques To Be Shut Down After FBI Agent Reveals Terrifying Thing They ALL Have Inside

Former FBI counter-terrorism Special Agents John Guandolo made a statement.
He was referreing to the mosques in the United States.
He claims that most of the 2.200 “Islamic organizations” in the United States are part of a much larger “Jihadi network.”

John Guandolo is a person that has experience in counter-terrorism stating his claim and many people are saying, yes, they knew. During the interview, he spent time connecting the dots between multiple terror attacks including the San Benradino terrorists, the UC Merced stabber, the Chattanooga shooter and the Boston bombers.
According to our source, USA Politics Today, he stated that all can be traced right back to Islamic Centers where they had most likely received their training. People who have carried out the mentioned massacres all belonged to an Islamic Center that was located in the cities that they each were from. 
This goes right along with reports that came out this month stating that mosques and Islamic Centers in the United States were stockpiling weapons.
The nation right now is still hot off the burner from Barack Obama’s America. People are still not looking in the situations, because they do not want to offend anyone. Technically, practicing tolerance, is the game plan. The game plan that will end Barack Obama’s Americans waking up and wondering how their country got taken over by a religion that crushes their liberties.
Who are they referring to? The government in those respective areas. They don’t want to offend anyone, but the people who are making those decisions are said to be part of the Jihadi network too.

There are people talking about these so-called government officials being corrupt and working hand-in-hand with the Obama administration, and that all of this did not just happen in the last eight years but slowly over many many many years to get to the point.

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