That unnamed zealot? President Obama.
Yes, he said it. He said, “the future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam” during his speech to the United Nations today.
The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam. Yet to be credible, those who condemn that slander must also condemn the hate we see when the image of Jesus Christ is desecrated, churches are destroyed, or the Holocaust is denied. Let us condemn incitement against Sufi Muslims, and Shiite pilgrims. It is time to heed the words of Gandhi: “Intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit.” Together, we must work towards a world where we are strengthened by our differences, and not defined by them. That is what America embodies, and that is the vision we will support.
Eh, to be credible or something we have to kinda sorta say stuff about the desecration of Jesus. But, you know. Whatever. The prophet!!!111
And Twitter users are rightly outraged.
Unreal. The apologitis and dangerous policies of appeasement have reached epic levels. And in an incredibly dangerous and horrific way. The attempted quashing of free speech by President Obama continues and shows no signs of stopping. We cannot have a President of the United States who runs roughshod over our freedom, all in a pitiful attempt to appease those who wish to kill us and excuse their barbaric acts.
Further, yesterday during a taping of “The View,” President Obama admitted that the murders of four Americans in Libya was not just a mob action. Yet, he was unable to actually call it a terrorist attack.
That continued during his dangerously incompetent speech to the United Nations today.
No, offensive is the President of the United States condemning the First Amendment and the free exercise thereof. How dare you?
Terrorist attack? Just a bump in the road.
It’s all about the video! Again.
For shame, Obama. Shame on you.
Delusional and frightening. Remember this in November.
Update: Remember this?
Yet he mentioned it a half a dozen times during his UN address.