Brooklyn Bomb Thrower Bailed Out By Obama Intel Official sponsored by CAIR and Soros : Previous Obama intel-officer bails out molotav cocktail throwing terrorist, and actually refers to them as their “best friend.” The bomb thrower, Urooj Rahman, attacked NYPD police vehicles on Saturday with a firebomb.
The Washington Free Beacon reported that Salmah Rizvi posted the quarter million dollar bail. Rizvi served in intelligence posts in the Defense and State Departments throughout the Obama administration, and stated in court, ” Urooj Rahman is my best friend and I am an associate at the law firm Ropes & Gray in Washington, D.C. … I earn $255,000 a year.”
Oddly enough, the bomber is also a lawyer.
According to her bio at the Islamic Scholarship Fund, Rizvi’s “high-value work would often inform the president’s daily briefs.” Rizvi got a scholarship supported by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). CAIR is an anti-Semitic and anti-Israel hate group. In 2009 the FBI stated there was installing proof that the group had links to an assistance network for Hamas.
Brooklyn Bomb Thrower Bailed Out By Obama Intel Official sponsored by CAIR and Soros
Rizvi also got more scholarship money from the Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for NewAmericans That group was established by the bro of GeorgeSoros Really, this is getting too excellent.
While going to the Ivy League law school at Yale, Rizvi stated that she hopes America is burned “to the ground.”
“F–k the United States,” she wrote in 2014, “Why do we remain here, where we are so clearly unwanted. It’s time for a mass exodus. I am a citizen of this place in name only; my nationality is not American as far as I am concerned. Black people, use the US for a passport and nothing else. Mine this den of hypocrisy for the privileges it can afford you, and shun it otherwise. I hope we burn it to the ground.”
Two attorneys were taken back into custody Friday for charges in connection with a Molotov cocktail attack on a police patrol car during protests in Brooklyn last weekend in the wake of George Floyd’s death.A federal appeals court ruled they should not remain in home detention while prosecutors appeal their bail decision. The lawyers, Colinford Mattis, 32, and Urooj Rahman, 31, had been out on bail with electronic monitoring.