Janet Napolitano Says She's Most Surprised By "Al-Qaeda's Determination" (Video)

Janet Napolitano told reporters today that she was most surprised by Al-Qaeda’s determination.

Where has she been for the last 9 years?
They’re terrorists, Janet. It’s what they do.

The Chicago Sun-Times has the transcript, via Free Republic:

Question: What was the most shocking, stunning thing that you found out of the review? And, Secretary, to you, as well.

MR. BRENNAN: Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is an extension of al Qaeda core coming out of Pakistan. And, in my view, it is one of the most lethal and one of the most concerning of it. The fact that they had moved forward to try to execute this attack against the homeland I think demonstrated to us — and this is what the review sort of uncovered — that we had a strategic sense of sort of where they were going, but we didn’t know they had progressed to the point of actually launching individuals here. And we have taken that lesson, and so now we’re full on top of it.

SECRETARY NAPOLITANO: I think, following up on that, not just the determination of al Qaeda and al Qaeda Arabian Peninsula, but the tactic of using an individual to foment an attack, as opposed to a large conspiracy or a multi-person conspiracy such as we saw in 9/11, that is something that affects intelligence. It really emphasizes now the renewed importance on how different intelligence is integrated and analyzed, and threat streams are followed through. And, again, it will impact how we continue to review the need to improve airport security around the world.

And how about her surprised reaction that this Al-Qaeda suicide bomber acted alone.
Since when did suicide bombers run in packs?

Unreal.

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