Obama Gives Fighter Jets to Islamic America-Hating Egypt

On January 22nd four of the proposed 20 F-16 fighter jets were delivered to Egypt. The jets, decorated with Egypt’s flag on their tails, are part of a $213 million “gift” from the United States, including 200 Abrams tanks. To paraphrase the contemptible Hillary Clinton, Why should that matter? After all, Egypt is already in possession of more than of 200 such aircraft, courtesy of their “friend,” America. What do another four or even 20 such military aircraft in Egypt’s bloody hands matter?

Perhaps it’s because the highly questionable “gift” of such military might was originally intended for Hosni Mubarak in 2010. A fawning Lyin’ King, in collusion with Congress, finding fault with Israel’s ability to defend herself, was working overtime to level the playing field. In case anyone in Washington is paying attention, Hosni Mubarak is no longer in power in Egypt; Mohamed Morsi is. And we don’t know how long that will last.

Morsi is head of a Muslim Brotherhood government. He has threatened to renege on the treaty Egypt has with Israel. He has publicly likened Jews to pigs and dogs. He publicly prays for Israel’s destruction. His thugs employ murder, beatings, and rape to suppress protesters. He has publicly declared (quite accurately in this case) our president to be a liar and the United States an “enemy” of Egypt. In short, he kicks America in the pants while picking our pockets, all with the blessing of our sycophantic, anti-Semitic, imperial President.

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Perhaps it matters because development of the F-16, a staple in the military arsenal for more than 25 years, is not static. The aircraft delivered to Egypt are 4th generation models with advanced electronics. John Larson, the vice president of Lockheed, is ecstatic about the deal:

“This is a great day for Lockheed Martin and a testament to the enduring partnership and commitment we have made to the government of Egypt… We remain committed to providing our customer with a proven, advanced 4th Generation multirole fighter… In an air combat role, the F-16’s maneuverability and combat radius exceed that of all potential threat fighter aircraft.”

Why shouldn’t Larson be happy? Thanks to our Commander in Chief, America won’t be purchasing any F-16s. The fiction about calling Egypt a “partner,” though, is a bit difficult to swallow. But if our president gets away with it, day in and day out, why shouldn’t Larson have a crack at it?

The U.S. Air Force adds to the F-16s virtues: “The F-16 can fly more than 500 miles, deliver its weapons with superior accuracy, defend itself against enemy aircraft, and return to its starting point. An all-weather capability allows it to accurately deliver ordnance during non-visual bombing conditions.” How nice for Egypt.

The only countries it has declared worthy of aggression are Israel and America. Israel is considerably closer to Egypt. Well within striking range, according to the Air Force. So, conspiracy theories aside, why is America arming a hostile, insurgent nation?

Perhaps it matters because Egypt’s “Arab Spring” has become a Sha’aria-dominated, winter wasteland. Let us not forget where the “spontaneous,” Muslim uprisings began. They ended with the nothing-to-see-here Benghazi disaster.

It matters because, among Mohamed Morsi, our Congress, and our president, it’s a crapshoot as to who is the most duplicitous…and dangerous.

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