One Muslim organization led by Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, criticized Kaine's appointing him because of the total lack of vetting.
Omeish, it turns out, is a Hamas supporter who spoke at a dinner honoring a Muslim Brotherhood terror suspect (who may or may not have been invited to the White House by Barack Obama) and received considerable donations from well-known Islamist groups that also support terrorism throughout the world.
In 2008 federal prosecutors filed court papers stating that MAS was "founded as the overt arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in America." This had previously been confirmed in 2004 in a Chicago Tribune investigation.
Convicted terrorist and admitted Muslim Brotherhood member Abdurrahman Alamoudi said in 2012: "Everyone knows that MAS is the Muslim Brotherhood." (To read more about MAS and its connection to the Muslim Brotherhood, the Clarion Project has an excellent article on the subject.)
More on Omeish: he was president of the National Muslim Students Association and served two years on the national board of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), which was declared a U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entity and unindicted co-conspirator in the Hamas-financial trial known as the Holy Land Foundation (not to be confused with another self-interest organization known as the Clinton Foundation).
The Omeish website goes into greater detail about his associations with organizations known to have ties to terrorist groups. For example, his website states that he was vice president of Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center, Anwar Al-Awlaki's mosque and frequented by such scumcrumpets as Nidal Hasan (the Ft. Hood jihadist).
And Omeish remains a board member at this time.
He was also chairman of the board for the Islamic Center of Passaic County, a New Jersey mosque with serious terrorist ties and an imam that the DHS want to deport for having ties to Hamas.
It isn't as if Omeish was secretive about his extremism before Kaine appointed him. He called the Muslim Brotherhood "moderate" and admitted that he and MAS are in step with the Islamist movement. Islamist, not Islamic.
Either Kaine failed to do any background vetting on Omeish and when a state delegate wrote to then-Governor Kaine warning him that MAS has "questionable origins," a Kaine spokes-traitor said the charge was bigotry.
Omeish resigned under heavy pressure and Kaine finally said that his statements "concerned" him. But not enough to even Google 'Muslim Brotherhood,' or learn anything about them.
In September 2011, Kaine spoke at a "Candidates Night" dinner organized by the New Dominican PAC that presented a Lifetime Achievement Award for Jamal Barzinji. The Gobal Muslim Brotherhood Watch calls Barzinji the "founding father of the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood."
Barzinji was watched by the FBI from 1987-1988 after being informed by someone inside the Brotherhood that Barzinji and his associated organizations were part of Muslim Brotherhood front groups designed to "institute the Islamic Revolution in the United States."
The same source said that he and his ilk were "organizing political support which involves influencing both public opinion in the United States as well as the United States Government" using "political action front groups with no traceable ties."
In fact, Barzinji was the subject of a terrorism investigation in 2003 and his home was searched.
In 2009, Barzinji'd organization donated $3,500 to Omeish's campaign which all ties in to Kaine's circle of jerks.
The only reasonable excuse Kaine has about his ties with these Islamists is that his Internet has been down a very long time, or he was extremely careless, which puts him in the same boat as "Yellin' Hillary." If neither of those reasons are true, then Kaine is seditious and only cares about votes.
Clinton's choice of Kaine was to strengthen her security credentials. But if you have an Internet connection, you might think the opposite is true regarding our security.
The least trustworthy person to ever run for President is asking us to trust us. "Trust me," she said, "we're going to get that person who made the video."