Of course he did, and no one there would have dared ask him about his loyalties, or investigate him in any way, because to have done so would have been “Islamophobic.” We can be grateful that he didn’t decide to wage jihad right there at the Minneapolis Airport, but our luck may not always hold in that regard.
“Report: Slain ISIS Fighter Worked for Delta at Minneapolis Airport,” Breitbart, September 2, 2014 (thanks to Joyce):
According to a report from Minnesota Twin Cities FOX affiliate KMSP that aired Tuesday night, Abdirahmaan Muhumed, the second known American killed while fighting for ISIS in Syria, previously worked for Delta Global Services, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines.
KMSP noted that according to sources, Muhumed’s position with Delta Global Services required a security clearance at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport in order gain access to the tarmac and unfettered access to planes.
Muhumed’s employment with Delta Global Services was confirmed by two former employees that acknowledged working with Muhumed.
Muhumed died in the same battle as Douglas McCain, an ISIS fighter also from Minnesota.