Hypocrisy 101: Criticize others for wrong doing, after doing the same to others.
The Obama administration spent hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars in 2015 trying to influence and sway the re-election into a defeat for Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. This is not a conspiracy theory. It’s a fact, confirmed by a senate subcommittee after holding hearing on the matter. It appears, that’s okay.
There’s no sense in outlining the debacle word for word, I listed four sites below which spells out the failed attempt in clear language.
The deafening outrage by many who believe the Trump team somehow conspired with Russian President Putin, and his team of hackers, to influence the American election, has received constant mass media attention. We’ve been hearing about it now for two months. People on the political left are desperately trying to delegitimize the election of Donald Trump, declaring this – or that – was unfair, or illegal. Hillary blamed FBI Director Comey. Jill Stein worked hard at trying to recount the votes in three key states, hoping for a shift in Electoral College totals. She failed.
Not just politicians, movie stars and entertainers are using their fame to do everything they can to delegitimize Donald Trump as president. Left wing news anchors and reporters have expressed their sadness openly on national television.
Movie people at the Golden Globe awards seized their moments on national television to shoot snide remarks about Donald Trump, further embedding hatred into the heads of millions of fans.
When Barack Obama ran for president in 2008, he had no record to go on. When he won the election, the media was aglow with glee, virtually slobbering over his victory and demonizing anyone as “racist” who would even suggest he should not have won.
Of course, say anything critical about a famous person who happens to be black, and the facts become instantly obscured by the convenient cloak of “racism.”
Well, call me a racist. I did not like Barack Obama then and I like him less today, none of which has anything to do with skin color.
I liked nothing about his history.
I didn’t like that he was closely mentored by an ardent communist party member (Frank Marshall Davis) and hater of American democracy, for eight years before leaving for college.
I didn’t like it that his Pakistani college roommates were Islamic ideologues. I also didn’t like the idea that most devout Muslims rarely room with non-Muslims.
I didn’t like that he chose scurrilous people to be his friends, including American terrorist Bill Ayres.
I didn’t like that he was closely embedded to a church for twenty years where the head minister hated America and Obama contributed generously to the cause.
I didn’t like that his acceptance into Harvard was somehow engineered by a Saudi prince in connection with a radical American Muslim convert Kahlid al-Mansour.
I did not see him as a champion for black rights, because his past showed nothing of substance that he ever shared with poor blacks, nor did he accomplish anything in regards to poor black related issues.
Besides being a college graduate, and later winning a state election (unopposed), there was nothing in his history that would be considered a major achievement. His stated position as “community organizer” was a fancy way of saying he worked at organizing voters.
Barack Obama with no experience or accomplishments defeated a decorated American with a remarkable distinguished history, extensive military service, hero status as being a POW, and later an accomplished member of the congress for two decades. Barack Obama had charisma and oratory skills, little else. When he was elected Senator, he hit the ground running for president. Guess who won.
The message is that Barack Obama’s past was, and is still, mysterious. There had been good reason to doubt his place of birth because he fought the birth certificate disclosure in the courts for three years, at enormous cost, before he suddenly found it somewhere. That certificate is still considered by many, to be bogus. Neither would he disclose his college records which would reveal his citizenship status in those schools, and sources of funding.
I feared that a Barack Obama, with his obvious affinity for Islamic causes, would be dangerously naïve as president at a time when the world of terrorism, and Middle-East tensions, had one common denominator: Islam. As president, he confirmed those concerns.
I feared that Obama would openly claim to support Israel, but tacitly side with Israel’s enemies.
I feared that Barack Obama would be the antithesis of a fighter against racism, but rather, a racist himself. When the Black Panthers had been charged in 2008, with federal violations of voting intimidation in Philadelphia, those charges were dropped when Obama became president. If the KKK had done the same to black voters, they would have been serving long prison sentences.
This list could go on for pages. But the fact is clear: There was plenty to be worried about in 2008. There was plenty of evidence that Barack Obama deserved suspicion as a candidate, and as an American. Where was the boot-licking media then? Where were the movie stars then?
There was plenty to be concerned about…but no one dared mouth those concerns. Why?
Fear of being labeled: Racist!