Looks like the outrage over Obama’s idiotic remarks about the ‘random shooting at a Paris deli’ was too much for the “folks” (pardon the expression) at the WH.
White House and State Department press secretaries took to Twitter Tuesday to underscore that the administration believes a terror attack on a kosher store in Paris last month was anti-Jewish, hours after both appeared reluctant during daily press briefings to acknowledge that….
A Muslim terrorist killed four Jews during the Jan. 9 siege at the kosher supermarket, which occurred two days after the attack on the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. They were buried in Jerusalem several days later….
The comments drew strong criticism on social media.
“The Israelis believe this admin underestimates the unique, genocidal dangers that Jews face. Today will… well, it won’t help,” tweeted Omri Ceren of The Israel Project.
“Jews are under assault around the world & the WH has made a conscious decision to deny the reality. Disgusting,” tweeted Daily Caller senior editor Jamie Weinstein.
“It is impossible to understand the lengths this administration goes to defend a blatant anti-Semitic terrorist attack in Paris,” Republican Jewish Committee executive director Matt Brooks said in a statement. “These statements by the president and his administration send the wrong message to both the Jewish community and the terrorists who are responsible for these heinous acts.”
Our view has not changed. Terror attack at Paris Kosher market was motivated by anti-Semitism. POTUS didn't intend to suggest otherwise.
— Josh Earnest (@PressSec) February 10, 2015
We have always been clear that the attack on the kosher grocery store was an anti-semitic attack that took the lives of innocent people.
— Jen Psaki (@statedeptspox) February 10, 2015
Now, how about some “clarification” over Obama’s insulting and absurd remarks about Christianity?
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