In my first book, The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America, I warned of the consequences of Obama’s antisemitism, which I meticulously documented in the book. I was wildly ridiculed and derided. Even Jewish groups, led by dhimmi, gutless Jews, attacked me.
Read chapter four: Obama and the Jews, chapter five: Obama and Israel and chapter six: Obama and Iran. It’s all there. I called it.
Obama wouldn’t strike Iran, the world’s largest sponsor of terror. Worse, he protected their nuke sites. He abandoned Iraq and created a vacuum leading to the rise of the Islamic State. He aided and armed the jihadists who murdered Qaddafi, our Ambassador, and three military attaches, and delivered Libya into the hands of ISIS and satellite jihad groups.
Obama eyed airstrikes after split over nuke deal
In an explosive report we learn that ever since 2012, the United States has been spying on Israel in order to prevent the Jewish State from attacking suspected Iranian nuclear sites, according to Friday’s Wall Street Journal.
The White House had sent an additional aircraft carrier to the region after learning that Israeli aircraft had flown into Iranian airspace in what U.S. officials feared was a test run for an attack on Iran’s Fordow plant. The carriers had attack aircraft on board prepared to respond to any Israeli attack on Iran.
If that wasn’t enough to strain the conceit that the U.S. is Israel’s strongest supporter, U.S. officials also revealed to the Journal that Israel was responsible for the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists.
Several U.S. officials also claimed that Israel wanted to strike Iran in 2012, and that the United States pressured Israeli officials into retreating.
The U.S. attempted to keep its nuclear power negotiations with Iran concealed from Israel because of disagreements over the extent to which Iran should be permitted to pursue a nuclear program. Israel took the position that because Iran has an abundance of energy resources, it had no peaceful purposes for its nuclear program.
Courtesy of Pamela Geller.