If you ever wondered why the world is so messed up, this next story will probably give you some good insight.
It’s almost too scary to believe, but it’s true. A former ISIS recruiter has been hired by George Washington University located in Washington D.C.! Jesse Morton used to call himself “Younus Abdullah Muhammad” and once made death threats to the creators of the television show South Park for depicting the Prophet Muhammad dressed up in a bear suit.
He’s now renounced that way of life and is coming to George Washington University to work as a researcher to help the U.S. Government figure out how to stop recruiting altogether.
Seamus Hughes, the deputy director of the Program on Extremism at George Washington University’s Center for Cyber & Homeland Security shares some of his thoughts on the matter,
“We haven’t figured out how to reach that individual who’s going down the path of radicalization. Jesse has been in that world and got out of that world.”
Somehow, while a radical, Morton managed to earn a Master’s Degree in International Affairs from Columbia University.
How is that possible?
It’s clear that whatever countless billions of dollars are spent on searching for terrorists is utterly pointless. If this guy is able to be a terrorist by day and a student by night getting a degree, then what good is NSA and CIA’s tradecraft?
The university said they consulted with the FBI on Jesse Morton, and that they “trust him.”
The only reason this guy is trustworthy is because he was never a terrorist to begin with. What’s more believable? The fact this guy was a white male seduced by the dark side of Islam and radicalized, OR that he was working for the FBI all along and was an embedded mole that somehow got outed and now is working a desk job!