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Monday, September 1, 2014

Obama Uses U. S. Tax Dollars To Pay For Attack On Israel

Here's the Nonsense:  President Obama has shown great support for Israel living up to America's history of being their great supporter.

Here's the Horse Sense:  Obama's only support has been lip service.  Israel has been on its own without the American support it deserves ever since this president took office.  And it looks like there's now a lawsuit that may prove it.

Every time you think you couldn't hear anything new when it comes to this president, something else shatters your consciousness bringing you back to the reality that corruption, when left unchecked, is never-ending.  The latest is from a lawsuit filed by Larry Klayman at Freedom Watch (Klayman is also founder of Judicial Watch and was the first attorney to ever get a court ruling that an American president had committed a crime.) has filed a suit alleging that the president and others laundered U. S. taxpayer money that was spent on Hamas tunnels and rockets fired against Israel.  Reported by WND, Klayman said, "This money has been foreseeably used to buy rockets and construct tunnels to attack Israel and terrorize and kill American and dual American-Israeli citizens who reside or are located in Israel."  

The suit is a civil lawsuit under the RICO Act (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) and alleges criminal acts by President Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and U. N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon.  The suit lays out a detailed list of Obama's history favoring Islamic interests over Judeo-Christian interests.  

It alleges the President and other defendants conspired to send money (hundreds of millions of dollars) to Hamas under the guise of humanitarian aid.  The suit seeks damages "for violating plaintiffs' and decedents' rights, for engaging in racketeering and other prohibited activities, for engaging in international terrorism, for harboring and concealing terrorist, for providing material support to terrorists and terrorist groups, for directly and proximately causing the deaths of plaintiffs' decedents, and for directly and proximately causing mental anguish, severe emotional distress, emotional pain and suffering, and the loss of society, earnings, companionship, comfort, protection, care, attention, advice, counsel or guidance, plaintiffs, on behalf of themselves and their sons, plaintiffs' decedents, have experienced and will experience in the future."  The suit alleges fraud, money-laundering, mail fraud, wire fraud, conversion and corruption.

Since Hamas is an officially designated Foreign Terrorist Organization by the State Department and the funds were provided to Gaza, which is under the rule of Hamas, it provides an interesting argument against those named as defendants in the suit.  How could they get money sent to Gaza without it being support of terrorists since Gaza is ruled by Hamas?

Klayman has been known to hold people's feet to the fire, and do it very successfully.  He may be striking a blow against this administration that won't just be felt, but that will do serious damage to the actions of this lawless group.

Our Congress doesn't want to do its job of holding this administration accountable.  Kudos to Klayman for his efforts to do so.