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Obama Statement on Jewish Attacks: “Fore!”

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Don’t expect the White House to call the shootings in Copenhagen by Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, who attacked a Jewish synagogue, a hate crime.

Police in Demark later gunned down el-Hussein, the newest “lone wolf” Islamic terrorist to attack Jews in Europe, after he killed two people. The attack was related to last month’s Charlie Hebdo shooting in Paris where Islamic assassins gunned down people who dared caricature Islam’s prophet of Doom, Mohammed.


In a statement about the Copenhagen attack Obama had this to say: “Fore!”

And don’t expect that he’ll say much more on it.

That’s because Obama stayed on the golf course instead of personally speaking about it. And to make sure that we absolutely, positively understood that Obama could care less about Jewish lives, he had a National Security spokesperson issue a statement:

“The United States condemns today’s deplorable shooting in Copenhagen,” said National Security Council Spokesperson Bernadette Meehan in a statement. “We offer our condolences to the loved ones of the deceased victim, and our thoughts are with those wounded in this attack. We have been in close contact with our Danish counterparts and stand ready to lend any assistance necessary to the investigation.”

Notice that the release was by a NSC flunky.

The statement wasn’t released by Obama, or even the White House press office.

Even the head of the White House’s National Security Council, Susan Rice, couldn’t be bothered to sign the statement.

Presumably, Rice was busy doing research on YouTube to prep on which Jews to blame for the latest in a string of European shootings—just as she tried to scapegoat victims of Islamic crime for the Benghazi terror attacks.


Instead, a press release was issued by a department’s press office within the White House.

By a friend of my aunt’s cat’s third cousin by marriage. Or something like that.

We should count ourselves lucky that the Department of Justice and Al Sharpton aren’t descending on Denmark claiming that el-Hussein was holding his hand up in the “Don’t Shoot” posture when Danish police gunned him down.

Yet. It's early folks. 

Because clearly the only racism that counts to the White House is the racism that has electoral consequences.

Danes don’t bulk very large in either legal or illegal voting in the U.S.

And since many American Jews are so eager to assimilate into the Borg known as the Democrat National Committee, a.k.a. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Obama knows he can safely insult Jews with few repercussions.

But Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu isn’t quite ready to ignore the interests of Jews worldwide.

"To the Jews of Europe and to the Jews of the world I say that Israel is waiting for you with open arms," Netanyahu said.

And $45 million in cash to help Jews emigrate.

Contrast Netanyahu’s call for emigration with Obama’s launching of a federal “hate crime” investigation into the shooting over a parking space of three college students in Chapel Hill, North Carolina who just happened to be Muslim.


Contrast both with Obama’s refusal to attend the Auschwitz anniversary late last month—or to send Joe Biden—even though most other important world leaders attended the celebration of the liberation of Auschwitz’ remaining Jews from Nazi terror 70 years ago.

“He’s busy with golf, but he’s not busy with Auschwitz or busy with Paris [the Charlie Hebdo shooting], but it is in character,’’ Jeffrey Wiesenfeld, a money manager and aide to former US Sen. Alfonse D’Amato and New York Gov. George Pataki, both Republicans, and to the late Democratic New York City Mayor Ed Koch told the New York Post.


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