No Question Whose Side He’s On

This is from Judicial Watch’s Corruption Chronicles:

Nuclear Bomb Mushroom Cloud

“Obama Ignores Congress, Lifts Ban on Libyans Training in U.S. as Pilots, Nuke Scientists”

Less than two years after four Americans got massacred in a terrorist attack on the U.S. Special Mission in Benghazi, Libya the Obama administration is disregarding congressional opposition to lift a decades-old ban on Libyans attending flight schools and training as nuclear scientists in the United States.

The ban was implemented in 1983 after a wave of terrorist incidents involving Libyans. The African nation continues to be a hotbed of terrorism and in fact, the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli was recently evacuated because violence between rival militias has created a deadly environment. Many other foreign governments have also shut down their embassies in Libya because the violence has spread throughout the entire country.

Nevertheless, President Obama has discounted congressional opposition to let Libyans train as pilots, airplane mechanics and nuclear scientists in the United States. Perhaps the commander-in-chief has somehow forgotten that many of the 9/11 hijackers—mostly Saudi nationals—received their training in American flights schools because our government allowed it. Have we not learned that it’s a really bad idea to help our enemies obtain skills that could later be used to attack us?”

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3 Responses to No Question Whose Side He’s On

  1. notamobster says:

    “Have we not learned?”

    No. We have not.

  2. Roy Ryder says:

    I’m surprised that Obama didn’t lift bans on Libyans from being schooled in explosives preparation, long-distance shooting, and rocket manufacturing.

    The sooner that douchebag is out of office, the safer we’ll all be.

  3. reboot says:

    We are screwed until the black hitler is removed.

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