Maj. Nidal Hasan may surprise everyone and do a great job defending himself against charges he traitorously murdered 13 and injured 32 of his fellow U.S. military personnel at Fort Hood in 2009.
We doubt it.
But he’s already blown the bizarre Obama administration’s defense of his actions as “workplace violence” rather than terrorism.
He’s admitted he shot his comrades in Texas to somehow defend the Taliban.
Does that sound like a disgruntled worker to you? Or Islamic radicalism?
Why would the White House conjure up a cockamamie explanation that even the murderer doesn’t buy? Is it to avoid compensating the victims and their families for being felled by hostile fire? Or to avoid angering the already rabid Muslims who’d love to kill us all?