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Hussein Obama and the American government are saying over and over that Omar Marteen was a “lone wolf” and a home-grown menace. Their blind narrative helps deflect suspicion of a false flag, lessens scrutiny on their wars and mad immigration policies, and give them a shot (pun) at gun control for the masses. The narrative is dead wrong. It is a myth.

President Obama says don’t worry, the Orlando terrorist was just another “lone actor” operating in isolation, unconnected to any larger group of supporters. In fact, these so-called “lone wolves” are running in packs, and suggesting otherwise gives the public a false sense of security.

Yet Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson echoed Obama, saying Omar Mateen was “self-radicalized” without any religious, ideological or operational support from friends, family or others in the Muslim community.

“What we do know at this point is it appears this was a case of self-radicalization,” Johnson said. “He does not appear to have been part of any group.”

A more accurate picture is that Mateen, an Afghan-American, was part of a disturbingly large Muslim family of sympathizers, supporters and even co-conspirators.

This doesn’t even begin to cover the possibility of government conspirators or sympathizers but it is a great refutation of the simplistic stupidity coming from the Department of Homeland Theater and 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. They’re plan is to keep importing radicals. They all must be stopped.