Obama’s U.N. Apology on September 25th for a Nonexistent Video Protest

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President Obama said in his speech before the U.N. on September 25th that he won’t apologize for defending our interests and beliefs but hopes to join cooperatively with the U.N. He then went on to apologize for our free speech and lie.

He spoke of mutual respect but my concern is that his idea of mutual respect is for us to amend our constitution to ban some speech, such as insulting Islam.

President Obama never speaks without setting up various scenarios that will give him plausible deniability.

If one analyzes what he says, one finds that his speeches reveal who and what he is. Obama is a dishonest statist who plans to change America from a Republic into a statist democracy.

The following video is Obama’s U.N. speech on September 25th, two weeks after the attack on the Libyan consulate. During the speech, he apologized for the protest video six times. At the time of this speech, most Americans knew the attack in Benghazi was a 9/11 terror attack.

At 10:00, he begins his apology while claiming he supports the first amendment. There is no question that he is blaming the video for the Libyan attack while we all know there was no protest outside the Libyan consulate.


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He is not only lying about the faux video protest outside the Libyan consulate, he’s lying about the Arab Spring when he claims it is a movement toward democracy. He never condemns the violence at the Libyan consulate.

One could say Obama never comes out and blames the Libyan terror attack on the video but we need to move past the point where we require direct forensic evidence for something that is staring us in the face.

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