Barack Hussein Obama still refuses to call out Islamic terrorism in Sri Lanka tweet
Barack Hussein Obama still refuses to say Radical ISLAMIC Terrorism and will not say that they carried out attacks on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka on Christians. The former (thank God) refused to point out that terrorist were Muslims during his Presidency and said that America was no longer a Christian nation. Words you would expect to hear from a Muslim.
Obama went to Twitter and could not point out that Christians were attacked by radical Muslims. I would include the tweet but it appears the former(thank God) President has blocked me. Not sure if that means I have become relevant enough for him to notice or if the Socialist at Twitter blocked me. But I can’t include the actual tweet.
The attacks on tourists and Easter worshippers in Sri Lanka are an attack on humanity. On a day devoted to love, redemption, and renewal, we pray for the victims and stand with the people of Sri Lanka.
Islamic terrorism has not only been responsible for the Sri Lanka attacks that killed almost 300 people they are responsible for over 2,000 attacks on churches in France over the past two years this had largely been keep quite in the interest of political correctness until the Notre Dame fire last week. Even when authorities tried to point it out on Fox News Shep Smith cut them off.
Barack Hussein Obama will never point out that his brothers are committing Islamic terrorism. The world had better wake up and realize that Islam is not a religion of peace and wants to kill not only Jews but also Christians. Anyone who isn’t a Muslim is an infidel and must be killed.
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