America’s Enemies: Barry And The Wicked Witch
America knows the bad; but does she know the good, the bad, and the righteous?
America is a country that is rich in history, knowledge, and experience. Why then is she so easily deceived and fails to identify those who are good and those who are evil?
Why America tolerates the evil is for another time and for another column.
On Tuesday of this past week, we watched as the criminal in the White House, who has violated America’s Constitution hundreds of times, exhibited his transparent administration by showing his unconditional support for mankind’s sworn enemies worldwide. He simply fights against the good while attempting to succor the evil.
The following was reported this past week:
President Barack Obama has a moral responsibility to push back on the nation’s journalism community when it is planning to publish anti-jihadi articles that might cause a jihadi attack against the nation’s defenses forces, the White House’s press secretary said Jan. 12.I trust that no one in the world could look at this devil and say that he is a good man, especially when one judges him by his fruit (Matthew 24:4).
“The president … will not now be shy about expressing a view or taking the steps that are necessary to try to advocate for the safety and security of our men and women in uniform” whenever journalists’ work may provoke jihadist attacks, spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters at the White House’s daily briefing.
The unprecedented reversal of Americans’ civil-military relations, and of the president’s duty to protect the First Amendment, was pushed by Earnest as he tried to excuse the administration’s opposition in 2012 to the publication of anti-jihadi cartoons by the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
The White House voiced its objections in 2012 after the magazine’s office were burned by jihadis, followings its publication of anti-jihadi cartoons.
Earnest’s defense of the 2012 objections came just five days after the magazine’s office was attacked by additional jihadis. Eight journalists, two policeman and a visitor were murdered by two French-born Muslims who objected to the magazine’s criticism of Islam’s final prophet.