Former Florida Rep. Allen West declared President Obama an Islamist who is intentionally working against the security of the United States.
“The only plausible explanation for many actions taken by President Obama and his administration is that they are working counter to the security of the United States of America,” the retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel wrote in the post published Wednesday.
A few of the six examples he gives as to why are:
“The unilateral release of five senior Taliban back to the enemy while the enemy is still fighting us, providing weapons of support to the Muslim Brotherhood, negotiating with Hamas – a terrorist group and returning sanction money to the tune of billions of dollars back to the theocratic regime led by Iran’s ayatollahs and allowing them to march on towards nuclear capability.”
He also writes about Obama’s decision to lift the ban on Libyans attending a U.S. flight school and studying nuclear science, according to the Washington Free Beacon.
“Can anyone explain what the strategy and objective is here in lifting this ban with a nation that is or should be on the terrorist watch list?” he asks. “Sorry, but I can only explain this one way: Barack Hussein Obama is an Islamist in his foreign policy perspectives and supports their cause.”
“The pivot away from the Middle East seems to be nothing more than an opportunity to enable Islamists and their goals. Anyone supporting this Libyan ban being lifted is indeed an enemy of the state.”
From Free Beacon:
“The terror threat continues and numerous news reports document recent terror-related activities coming from Libya,” the Judiciary Committee said in a statement. “Recently, the employees at the U.S. embassy in Tripoli were evacuated due to violence between rival militias near the facility.”
“Since then, many foreign governments have closed their embassies in Libya and evacuated staff as the violence has spread throughout the country,” the statement said.
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