Russ Hepler reports on why Obama and Hillary seem to love Islam so much, and why they make excuses for it after every terror attack:
They just can’t bring themselves to call “radical Islamic terrorists” radical Islamic terrorists. In fact, it’s getting rather buffoonish to watch either of them speak about the growing ISIS terror threat in the world.
They do more tap dancing than Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
But, why are Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama so in love with Islam that they go out of their way to make excuses after every murder, rape, torture, suicide bomb, and act of destruction done in the name of Allah on the planet?
Is it because they both have close advisers who are Islamic – Valerie Jarrett for Obama and Huma Abedin for Hillary?
Breitbart speculates as to their motivation:
On Tuesday, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the American woman most responsible for the current refugee crisis in the Middle East, blasted Republicans for not wanting to accept unvetted Syrian Muslim refugees in the aftermath of last week’s Paris terror attacks.
We’ve seen a lot of hateful rhetoric from the GOP. But the idea that we’d turn away refugees because of religion is a new low. -H
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) November 17, 2015
This, to be sure, is odd. Hillary decrying hateful rhetoric smacks of irony – she despises Republicans so much that she labeled them her enemies during the first Demoratic debate. Furthermore, Hillary is no fighter for religious freedom. In April, she told the Women in the World Summit that “deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed” to allow for abortion. And in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s egregious same-sex marriage decision in June, Hillary explicitly called for the government to force churches to sanction homosexuality, explaining, “Our work won’t be finished until every American can not only marry, but live, work, pray, learn and raise a family free from discrimination and prejudice.” Pray – as in attend church “free from discrimination and prejudice.”
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