The Obama Administration Is Rooting for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt

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Remember when Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton told the Hondurans they had to keep their commie president even though he was attempting to declare a dictatorship in Honduras?

Barack and Hillary are at it again. They seem to think that the Islamist president of Egypt is going to be a democrat and they are pushing for him.

Hamas, a terrorist organization, is celebrating raucously because the Brotherhood candidate won the presidential election in Egypt but the Obama administration seems oblivious to that. Someone needs to explain to President Obama that the Egyptians are not moving towards democracy, they are moving towards a theocracy based on Sharia Law.

This is what Hillary is telling the Middle Eastern press –

Egyptian military authorities must cede power to the winner of the country’s first post-Mubarak presidential elections, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton insisted Wednesday.

“We think that it is imperative that the military fulfill its promise to the Egyptian people to turn power over to the legitimate winner,” Clinton said in a discussion hosted at the State Department.

Some of the actions by the military leadership in past days were “clearly troubling,” Clinton said, sitting with former secretary of state James Baker at the event to support the creation of the first US museum for diplomacy. ”The military has to assume an appropriate role which is not to interfere with, dominate or try to subvert the constitutional authority,” she warned…Read more at National Review Online

One of the first things Mohammed Morsi did as the new president was to reach out to Iran. Morsi intends to restore “normal relations” with Iran to achieve “strategic regional balance.” Read more at IsraelHayom

Last night, Obama called the winner and loser of the Egyptian elections. His words to the winner, Mohammed Morsi, were most naive –

…“The President underscored that the United States will continue to support Egypt’s transition to democracy and stand by the Egyptian people as they fulfill the promise of their revolution,” the White House said in a statement. “He emphasized his interest in working together with President-elect Morsi, on the basis of mutual respect, to advance the many shared interests between Egypt and the United States.”…Jewish Daily Forward

 

 

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