White House denies the Middle East uprising is an anti-American protest, asks You Tube to take down the video
As the anti-American uprisings continue to spread throughout the Middle East the White House is still maintaining the false narrative that this coordinated and planned attack scheduled on the anniversary of September 11th is not an anti-American protest, but a protest against a video that nobody had ever heard of with the date being purely coincidental.
This is what Jay Carney had to say today:
Jake, let’s be clear, these protests were in reaction to a video that had spread to the region…it’s not a reaction to 9/11 or US policy.
Is anybody still buying this line at this point? This is almost as laughable as the narrative Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama tried to sell to the American people that the protesters were in fact trying to rescue Chris Stevens and bring him to the hospital and were not actually dragging his dead body through the streets.
Barack Obama promised to hold those responsible for these attacks accountable and promised to bring them to justice. If this is not an anti-American attack and is simply a protest against a You Tube video as the regime would have us believe, and if the United States first response to this protest was to apologize to the Muslim world for the video which hurt their feelings, who does the Obama regime think is responsible for the violence? Who does the Obama regime intend to bring to justice?
Yesterday federal authorities outed the man who created the anti-Islamic video and announced they were opening up an investigation into him for possible parole violations, and today Barack Obama requested that You Tube remove the video under TOS violations.
You Tube has already looked into the video and declared it did not violate the TOS, so this seems to be more than a request–it looks more like a demand. Once again Barack Obama is bowing to our enemies as he appears ready to scapegoat an American citizen for his foreign policy failures.