Five members of the House of Representatives have come under bipartisan fire for requesting an investigation into government personnel who may have troubling ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
The most high-profile name mentioned is Huma Abedin, a top aide to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
But as the call for a probe is roundly rejected, Act for America founder Brigitte Gabriel says such an investigation is badly needed. Gabriel details some of the reasons Abedin's position concerns her, and she believes there are many others in the government worthy of further scrutiny.
"How many other agents are now working for the Department of Homeland Security, the CIA, the Pentagon, the CIA who we know have links to the Muslim Brotherhood and should be vetted?" Gabriel asked WND.
Gabriel says the problem is real and growing. She says political correctness and a lack of proper oversight led to the Fort Hood massacre and evidence shows some 100 radicalized Muslims are in the military right now.
"One is too many, we already learned our lesson."
Gabriel says the United States should not recognize any government led by the Muslim Brotherhood, regardless of how it comes to power.