On Tuesday, I wrote that a five-man team from Obama’s 2012 campaign went to Israel for the purpose of defeating Benjamin Netanyahu in that country’s upcoming election. One of the organizations partnering with the group spearheading that effort is the U.S. State Department.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, responded to the news with a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry wondering if, in fact, U.S. taxpayer dollars are being used to undermine Israel’s election.
Of course, everything is about Barack Obama. Just ask the administration. After blowing off the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, the White House marked International Holocaust Remembrance Day with a picture of — who else — Barack Hussein Obama.
And to make things worse, it was a recycled picture of Obama. Because according to the administration, literally everything revolves around The One.
Liberals can always be counted upon to spew hate. As I’ve said time and again, liberalism is an ideology of rage and hate. So it’s no surprise to learn that liberals responded to Sen. Joni Ernst’s response to Barack Obama’s State of the Union with their trademark hatred.
Predictably, hosts at the far-left wing MSNBC led the charge.
Here’s just a bit of what they had to say:
There’s nothing that brings out liberal hate more than an American hero like Chris Kyle. A post at The Right Scoop shows the hatred shown by some 21 “degenerates” who called Kyle a “psychopath.”
So we went digging. And sure enough, there were a whole lot more messages like those posted by blogger Soopermexican.
I never heard of Azealia Banks — mostly because I don’t follow rap music — until my good friend Steven H. Ahle wrote about her and what seems to be her desire to see white people killed.
According to Ahle, Banks’ “only real claim to fame is trying to pick fights with successful artists in order to get publicity and even that doesn’t work.” But she appears to be quite prolific on Twitter, he added, and recently posted these two gems certain to help heal the racial divide:
Recently, Fox News “The Five” co-host Greg Gutfeld slammed the cowardly media establishment — known here as the “Democrat-media complex” for its wimpy coverage and double-standard on Islam. In his view, the left-wing media suffers from what he called “truthophobia,” an irrational fear of the truth.
“The impetus for the monologue was Bill Clinton’s comments that radical Islamists enjoy the ‘world’s greatest double standard’ by demanding tolerance, while practicing intolerance,” Alex Griswold said at the Daily Caller.
On Wednesday, Pamela Geller reported that a video posted to YouTube by a young French Muslim waging jihad, warned of more attacks in the United States and Europe.
“Burn their houses, cars, possessions, behead them, even if it’s day to day, terrorise them,” the French-speaking jihadist video said. Those “who don’t agree with Islam will burn in hell,” the video added.
Ahmed Aboutaleb, the Moroccan-born mayor of Rotterdam, had a simple and straightforward message to Muslims who don’t like freedom: “F**k off.”
Moreover, he told them that if they don’t like freedom, they can pack their trash and leave the country. “‘It is incomprehensible that you can turn against freedom,” he said while appearing on current affairs program Nieuwsuur (Newshour). “But if you don’t like freedom, for heaven’s sake pack your bags and leave.”
While appearing at the Heritage Action for America’s second annual policy summit, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, minced no words when he said that President Obama “encourages radical Islamic terrorists” with his lackadaisical attitude and failure to provide leadership when it is sorely needed.
For example, Obama decided to stay home and watch football rather than join 50 other world leaders in Paris. Priorities, you know.
While appearing on “Fox and Friends” Sunday, co-host Tucker Carlson suggested rethinking immigration from Muslim countries in light of the recent attack against the French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo.
Carlson suggested France is “having these problems because it has the largest Muslim population in Europe.” He then asked: