US Defense Secretary Still Won't Label Attack at Pensacola Naval Base as ‘Terrorism'
Added 12-07-19 06:41:03pm EST - “Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Saturday that he isn't willing to label the attack at a US naval base by a Saudi national as "terrorism" yet. When asked by a reporter at the? the? Reagan National Defense Forum in California if…” - Thegatewaypundit.com
CLICK TO SHARE
“Yesterday, I directed that we look at our security precautions across the services and all of our installations and bases and facilities to make sure that [we’ve] got the appropriate degree of security to protect our service members and their families and our communities,” Esper said.
“At the same time, I also directed that we look at our vetting procedures within DoD for all the many foreign nationals that come, for good reason, to our country to train,” he added.
Sign up for our free email newsletter, and we'll make sure to keep you in the loop.
Anonymous comments are welcome, just check the "Comment Anonymously" box before submitting your comment. Note: Comments are free and open until someone ruins it. Don't dox, promote violence, etc. Be nice and have fun.
CLICK TO SHARE
COMMENTS VIA TWITTER
Following the deadly attack that was ruled an act of terrorism at Naval Air Station Pensacola, the Department of De… https://t.co/bJFJ8I7XH3
BREAKING: AG Barr says investigation shows that Pensacola naval base shooting attack "was an act of terrorism" that… https://t.co/YZ6dIHu3LK
WATCH: AG William Barr calls the shooting at the Pensacola naval base "an act of terrorism," and says that the shoo… https://t.co/h4YQX0Ms0t
U.S. Calls Pensacola Attack Terrorism; Pressures Apple Over Gunman’s Locked Phones https://t.co/sUSuoBRiD0 https://t.co/prVZAHpYIr
RT @USATODAY: Following the deadly attack that was ruled an act of terrorism at Naval Air Station Pensacola, the Department of Defense says…