"No religion that threatens our Constitution can be protected under the Constitution," he said, according to The Post. "Sixteen percent of Islam is religion. The rest of it is political."
"Standard procedure is that when there is evidence of a security breach, the clearance of the individual is suspended in many, but not all, cases," said retired Army Lt. Gen. William Boykin, who was deputy undersecretary of defense for intelligence in the George W. Bush administration. "This rises to the level of requiring a suspension."