National Guard Soldier Quits, Tries to Help ISIS

Mohamed Jalloh quit the Army National Guard after listening to lectures by Anwar al-Awlaki — and then plotted a “Fort Hood-style” attack against his former comrades:

Cotton Puryear, a spokesman for the Virginia Army National Guard, said Jalloh served as a specialist from 2009 until 2015, when he was honorably discharged…

In April, Jalloh told the informant he had been thinking about carrying out a Fort Hood-style attack. Asked to explain, Jalloh said, “Nidal Hasan type of things. That’s the kind of stuff I started thinking,” according to the affidavit…

Later in April, Jalloh told the informant that the Islamic State group had asked if he wanted to participate in an attack. According to the affidavit, Jalloh told the Islamic State representative, “I really want to but I don’t want to give my word and not fulfill it.”

Jalloh becomes at least the 13th civilian or veteran to either attack or plan to attack US troops, most within the US itself.

Five more were actually in the military at the time:

Michael “Mikey” Weinstein claims US military Christians are a “national security threat.” Yet every single attempt or plan to kill US troops by these troops or veterans was conducted by a Muslim.  But then, Mikey Weinstein never lets the truth get in the way of a good fundraiser.