This might leave a mark.

Fox News’ Kirsten Powers is pulling no punches in her latest column for USA Today where she is highly critical of President Obama and accuses him of ignoring the plight of persecuted Christians around the world:

An excerpt:

Religious persecution of Christians is rampant worldwide, as Pew has noted, but nowhere is it more prevalent than in the Middle East and Northern Africa, where followers of Jesus are the targets of religious cleansing. Pope Francis has repeatedly decried the persecution and begged the world for help, but it has had little impact. Western leaders — including Obama — will be remembered for their near silence as this human rights tragedy unfolded. The president’s mumblings about the atrocities visited upon Christians (usually extracted after public outcry over his silence) are few and far between. And it will be hard to forget his lecturing of Christians at the National Prayer Breakfast about the centuries-old Crusades while Middle Eastern Christianswere at that moment being harassed, driven from their homes, tortured and murdered for their faith.

And Powers concludes with this truth-bomb:

Indeed, let’s talk more about the Crusades.

Exactly — that’s all we seem to get from the president.

Of course, not everyone is happy with Powers and this truthiness:

Yes, Oliver. Former Clinton/Gore staffer and “Obama-hater” at work:



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