As soon as tensions began to rise with the murder of three Jewish teenagers, Obama was all over Israel, demanding that they use “restraint” against terrorists who were murdering their children andlaunching rockets into their country.
After a cease fire agreement was rejected by Hamas, Israel decided to launch ground operations, sending IDF troops into Gaza, a move which the president slammed the country for, blaming them for civilian deaths instead of the terrorists who started the conflict and rejected peace talks.
Barack Obama once again slapped Israel in the face by using the FAA to ban all flights to Israel, a move which outraged the Jewish nation, as without these flights, the country was practically cut off from the outside world.
“There is no reason whatsoever for this mistaken decision. It’s a huge reward for Hamas terrorism.”
The FAA, which claimed the decision was made after one of its planes was damaged by shrapnel from a rocket, has since lifted the ban, which barely lasted over 24-hours.
Prime Minister Netanyahu has every reason to be upset about the FAA’s initial decision, even if it was reversed. It demonstrates the Obama administration’s“hidden” desire to continue opposing Israel and funding her enemies.
Obama is clearly favoring Hamas, which is a terrorist group, and therefore an enemy of the United States. Aiding an enemy of the country is considered an act of treason. This whole fiasco is just one more reason to impeach the president and toss him out of Washington.
Posted on the Conservative Tribune
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