Obama Offers Condolences to Family of Slain Terrorist

If you were living in Israel, known for being attacked by Palestinian and Hamas terrorists, and saw a young man with a Molotov cocktail getting ready to throw it at passing cars, would consider him to be a terrorist?

In the eyes of the Israeli Defense Forces, the teenager was a terrorist and they shot and killed him before he could launch his fiery bomb at any passing vehicles. It was later reported that when the teenager was buried that he was wearing a green Hamas headband, an overt sign that he was either a member of or in support of the terrorist organization.

However, the Obama administration says that the Palestinian teenager was not a terrorist but was a US citizen. Rather than condemning the young man caught in the act of terrorism, the Obama administration has extended its condolences to the family of slain teen.

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In a press briefing, Jen Saki, a spokesperson for the State Department was asked about the teenager by reporter Matt Lee:

“There are reports … that [the Palestinian teenager] was throwing Molotov cocktails at cars on a highway, and I’m wondering, if that is the case, would you still have been so speedy in putting out a statement and offering your condolences to the family? The argument that is being made by some in Israel is that this kid was essentially a terrorist, and you don’t agree with that, I assume,”

Psaki responded:

“Correct, we don’t. I just don’t have any more on this particular case.”

In fact, Psaki repeatedly dodged the issue by saying she didn’t have any details of what happened. If that’s the case, then why is she the spokesperson giving the briefing?

The reaction from the Obama administration is not surprising. Obama has long been far more supportive of the Palestinian cause and Hamas than he has for Israel, which also helps identify his true Muslim side. Obama’s half-brother Malik works with an organization with ties to the terrorist Syrian government. He frequently wears a Hamas scarf that touts the Palestinian view that there is no Israel and that they own the land all the way to the sea. Malik Obama is a frequent visitor to the White House and is quite close to his brother.

If Barack Obama were to come out and condemn Hamas and the teenager, he would be forced to condemn his own brother and it doesn’t seem like he is ready to do that. Instead, he offers condolences to the family of a terrorist who about to commit an act of violence against one of our allies.

When will Americans have enough of this dictatorial traitor who illegally occupies the White House? Barack Hussein Obama has been nothing but defiant against the US Constitution, federal law, Congress and the American people since before he was elected. He has repeatedly supported terrorist organizations including Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood. He has committed a number of acts of treason as defined by the US Constitution. Nothing has been done because the Democrats control the Senate and have been protecting him. That may all change after next week’s election if the Republicans win control of the Senate. Hopefully then swift action will be taken to put the Criminal-in-Chief in prison for life where he belongs.

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