White House Says Taliban NOT Terrorists

Ever since a Muslim moved into the White House, Islamic terrorists are no longer terrorists and if they are then they aren’t Islamic. However, the Obama administration does embrace many of the views held by the radical Southern Poverty Law Center’s that most conservative and Christian groups are extremists that should be beaten down into submission.

If that doesn’t make sense to you then you are not alone.

Over the past six years of Obama’s dictatorial rule, they have issued orders to refrain from calling a number of Islamic groups ‘terrorists’ or using the terms ‘Islamic’ and ‘terrorists’ together.

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The latest example of the White House’s denial of Islamic terrorism is the statement made by White House Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz who refused to say that the Taliban is a terrorist organization. At a recent press conference, Schultz said:

“I would also like to point out that the Taliban is an armed insurgency. ISIL is a terrorist group. We don’t make concessions to terrorist groups.”

Reporter in the audience:

You don’t feel the Taliban is a terrorist group?”

Schultz: “I don’t think that the Taliban, umm, ahh, the Taliban is an armed insurgency.”

Fox News’ Lou Dobbs took issue with what Earnest said, saying:

“A few comments now on the Obama Administration’s insistence on playing word games and the superior attitude they bring to the ignorance of their assertions, particularly in their refusal to even whisper the words ‘radical Islamists.’ Manifestly unschooled and inexperienced spokespersons for the president even stand in front of microphones and cameras and say with straight faces that the Islamic State is not Islamic, and the Taliban, even as it carries out a campaign of terror, is not a terrorist group.”

“The idiocy of the remarks created a furious backlash against misplaced political correctness and apparently in the minds of the White House required further explanation by Press Secretary Josh Earnest today.”

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest:

“It is clear that there is a difference between the ambitions that are expressed by the Taliban and the ambitions expressed by al Qaeda…The threat from the Taliban is, ah, is acute if you are a service member serving in Afghanistan or if you are a US diplomat or a contractor working in Afghanistan…In this case there is a clear difference between the aspirations articulated by the Taliban and the way that they carry out, or the way they resort some of their terror tactics and the terror tactics carried out by al Qaeda.”

Dobbs response to Earnest:

“Idiocy and drivel. The result is no better for all the administration stirring. More word games…Perhaps because the administration can argue, absurdly, that it’s not negotiating with the terrorists, just the Taliban as they did when they swapped Taliban for Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl. The administration is rife with idiocy and drivel, political correctness posing as meaningful language refusing to call terrorists radical Islamist terrorists, torturing reason, patience and truth…”

The Taliban has been responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent civilians in a number of countries throughout the Middle East, Africa and Asia. If that is not the actions of terrorists, then what is it? Tell those who have been maimed by the Taliban’s many bombings that they are not a terrorist organization. Tell the hundreds of wounded American soldiers and Marines that the Taliban are not terrorists and try to convince the families of those killed by Taliban fighters that they are not terrorists.

It seems to me that the Obama administration is playing word games in order to justify their trading of five top key Taliban leaders for Sgt. Bergdahl who was an Army deserter who has now been charge with desertion. Bergdahl’s desertion led to the deaths of 6 of his Army comrades who were sent out to search for him and Obama knew this before the illegal trade.

Don’t forget that Barack Obama personally supported the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt that many also consider to be an Islamic terrorist group. Obama illegally bypassed Congress to released millions of dollars in cash, weapons and fighter jets to the Muslim Brotherhood which they in turn used to murder thousands of Egypt’s Christian population.

When you lead the world’s once most powerful nation on earth and decide to align yourself with at least two Islamic terrorist groups, you are forced to play word games to justify your actions and hopefully avoid facing the charge of treason. Former President Bill Clinton did the same when he played his famous word game asking what ‘is’ really means during his sex scandal. Clinton’s word game only exposed his lack of morals, but in Obama’s case, it exposes where his real loyalty lies and it isn’t with the United States of America.

I’ve said it many times and will continue to say that Barack Hussein Obama is guilty of numerous counts of treason as defined by the United States Constitution. He needs to be charged, arrested, tried and convicted of his many high crimes against the United States and the American people. If not placed before a firing squad, then he should be imprisoned for life and never allowed to see the light of day or breathe a single breath of free air.

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