President Obama has once again gone to extraordinary lengths to make sure not to associate Islam with the deadly attack against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo despite the Islamic chants and exhortations of the jihadists during the massacre.
This is of course consistent with his sharia-adherent policies. Obama has a long history of whitewashing and scrubbing jihad — from Fort Hood, the Islamic State, the Oklahoma beheading, Benghazi, and on and on. Why? Why did he warn us that “the future does not belong to those who slander the prophet Muhammad.”
Where is his allegiance? Either Obama is not-so-secretly a jihad sympathizer or he’s a believer. It’s one and the same. No one in their right mind can justify the unjustifiable. But Obama does just that.
In any case, he is a perfidious president putting all Americans in grave danger.
In response to the attack on the Paris magazine that published editorial cartoons mocking Islam, President Obama reluctantly classified it as an act of terrorism while refusing to associate it with Islam.
“I strongly condemn the horrific shooting at the offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris that has reportedly killed 12 people,” Obama said in a carefully worded statement released by the White House press office.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of this terrorist attack and the people of France at this difficult time. France is America’s oldest ally and has stood shoulder to shoulder with the United States in the fight against terrorists who threaten our shared security and the world.”
In an interview with CNN, however, White House press secretary Josh Earnest even avoided calling the attack “terrorism,” the Weekly Standard noted.
The CNN host asked: “Josh, when you talk about countering the message, you keep using the word violence. I mean, this is an act of terrorism, that’s what the president of France called it — an act of terrorism. You’re referring to ISIS and other bad actors, it doesn’t really matter who it is at the end of the day. You know you’re fighting a very large group of people of somewhat similar concern. Do you see this as an act of terrorism, and is this something that has to be condemned on that level?” ….. more here.
Obama’s Strangely Soporific Tone in his Paris Attack Remarks
By Jim Geraghty, NRO, January 7, 2015
Does anyone else find the president’s tone in his Oval Office statement about the Paris terror attack… strangely subdued? Perhaps the president aimed to strike a calming note, but his remarks lacked even a note of outrage or anger.