Regarding the question at a town hall meeting in New Hampshire in which a member of the audience stated that Hussein Obama was a Muslim and asked Donald Trump what could be done about Muslim terrorists training camps in the United States, White House paid spokesliar Josh Earnest got into what he and his media allies hope is some serious and effective Trump bashing.
Earnest asks, “Is anybody surprised that this happened at a Donald Trump rally?” Though his intent was clearly to demean and discredit the candidate, for many it is exactly the kind of question that has been avoided by the left and their media accomplices for far too long. We’re not surprised and rather than being dismissed as crazy and inappropriate as they scurry to provide protection for their master in the White House, we’d actually like some answers. If they can’t provide the questions there is no shortage of others willing to help them out in that regard with an extensive list.
Earnest labeled them “the people who hold these offensive views,” repeating “offensive views” twice, referring to Donald Trump’s base. Is it now White House policy that being a Muslim is offensive? Is CAIR aware of this sudden shift?
Earnest went on to characterize John McCain’s uninformed affirmation of Obama’s background as patriotism when it’s actually the farthest thing from it. His denial, whether in service to the same master or in the interest of political expediency helped usher in this eight-year ordeal when a little courage on his part could have nipped this whole nasty experience in the bud.
Earnest proceeds to call them false claims. That’s the White House story and they’re sticking to it. There’s no reason to change at this late stage of the game the deception that has worked so well for so long.
In the second video Earnest denies any knowledge of the existence of Islamic terrorist training camps in the United States, which the Clarion Project, as shown in the third video, has extensively reported on and which the FBI and other agencies are surely keenly aware of and monitoring. Earnest says in typical word-parsing fashion, “I haven’t seen anybody produce any evidence that there are,” when asked if Islamic training camps exist. Maybe he should ask the FBI to show him their investigations, right after he finds the time for a casual glance at maybe one of the Planned Parenthood videos he hasn’t seen.
In years past legitimate presidents worked to protect the people of the United States from threats. Under the current crime syndicate, they take the opposite approach, working to protect the threats to the citizens from being discovered.
Earnest’s claims have no legitimacy or credibility in either case, but they don’t answer questions in this White House, they merely counter-allege, deny and ridicule and let the media take over from there.
— Emmanuel Touhey (@netouhey) September 18, 2015
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