Obama’s whitewashing of the Or­lando mas­sacre

The Washington Times Weekly - - Commentary - BY CHARLES HURT

BOCA GRANDE, FLA. ruly, there is no re­serve of cyn­i­cism vast enough for de­cent, free­dom-lov­ing Amer­i­cans to fully com­pre­hend the di­a­bol­i­cal mo­ti­va­tions of Pres­i­dent Obama and the hench­men he has run­ning his ad­min­is­tra­tion.

It de­fies even the most dis­hon­est and crim­i­nal imag­i­na­tion. It re­ally is enough to make good peo­ple se­ri­ously ques­tion where the pres­i­dent’s loy­al­ties ac­tu­ally lie.

Of course, it is all part of Mr. Obama’s plan to ex­ac­er­bate those very ques­tions about where he was born and whether he is a closet Mus­lim — be­cause that au­to­mat­i­cally turns even de­cent peo­ple into froth­ing lu­natics for dab­bling in such con­spir­a­cies and in­nu­endo.

His is the low­est, most crass and de­grad­ing cyn­i­cism and it per­me­ates ev­ery ac­tion and ev­ery state­ment made by this White House.

The first Clin­ton ad­min­is­tra­tion is al­ready recorded in the his­tory books for its de­based, raunchy and ut­terly dis­gust­ing self-adu­la­tion and false pro­mo­tion. The Obama White House is that — only on Vi­a­gra.

Hil­lary Clin­ton is care­fully study­ing and learn­ing from the great­est master

Tof dark arts de­cep­tion. If the Clin­tons make it back into the White House, they will turn it into a po­lit­i­cal Caligula the likes of which no one has ever imag­ined.

The lat­est in­stance of Mr. Obama’s suf­fo­cat­ing cyn­i­cism was to boast­fully doc­tor the tran­scripts of the 911 calls ter­ror­ist Omar Ma­teen made the night he slaugh­tered 49 partiers at a night club in Or­lando.

The Depart­ment of “Jus­tice” scrubbed the name “Al­lah” from Ma­teen’s prayers and pro­fes­sions of al­le­giance to said “Al­lah,” along with the Is­lamic State and al Qaeda and all the rest of the sav­ages out to kill gays, les­bians, Jews, Christians and ba­si­cally any­one who is part of civ­i­lized so­ci­ety.

In a rare full-throated me­dia cam­paign this week, At­tor­ney Gen­eral Loretta Lynch said ref­er­ences to “Al­lah” would be re­moved so as not to “fur­ther this man’s pro­pa­ganda.”

By which she means, ap­par­ently, make this at­tack look like the work of a rad­i­cal Is­lamic ter­ror­ist as op­posed to, say, some gun-tot­ing lu­natic who hates gay peo­ple.

By mak­ing this atroc­ity some kind of lo­cal­ized crime in­stead of a hor­rific breach of na­tional se­cu­rity, Mr. Obama is try­ing to side­step re­spon­si­bil­ity. Also, by fram­ing it in these terms, Mr. Obama can get back on his old, worn out saw about blam­ing guns.

But, mostly, it is yet another bizarre ex­am­ple of the pres­i­dent try­ing to pro­tect and pro­mote the re­li­gion of Is­lam, which — by the way — is hav­ing a bit of a pub­lic re­la­tions prob­lem on its own these last few years.

Throw­ing gays off rooftops, burn­ing men alive in cages and drown­ing them will do right much to sully even the best rep­u­ta­tions.

So, in yet another ef­fort to re­hab the name of Is­lam, Mr. Obama erased ref­er­ences to “Al­lah” from 911 tapes be­cause he did not want to “fur­ther this man’s pro­pa­ganda.”

Okay, so af­ter a truly lone, loser psy­cho went on a shoot­ing ram­page in a Charleston, South Carolina, church, Mr. Obama’s first in­stinct was to — lustily pro­mote the man’s racist pro­pa­ganda?

“The fact that this took place in a black church ob­vi­ously also raises ques­tions about a dark part of our his­tory,” Mr. Obama said the fol­low­ing day.

“This is not the first time that black churches have been at­tacked. And we know that ha­tred across races and faiths pose a par­tic­u­lar threat to our democ­racy and our ideals.”

Amaz­ing the guy would seek to pro­mote this guy’s pro­pa­ganda against black peo­ple, while strain­ing to white­wash the rad­i­cal Is­lamic ter­ror­ist’s pro­pa­ganda.

It re­ally is enough to make you won­der what the guy is up to and where his loy­al­ties re­ally lie.

Charles Hurt can be reached at charleshurt@live.com; fol­low him on Twit­ter via @charleshurt.

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