Jimmy Carter to meet with terrorist leader of Hamas – this should surprise no one.

Jimmy Carter and friends...

The extreme American Left is no friend to Israel, and they never have been. Considering how all the world’s socialist/communists regimes have treated Jewish people, this should could as a surprise to no one; birds of a feather and all. But leaders of the “blame America first” coalition have, to this point anyway, had enough common sense to avoid meeting directly with world leaders who call for the complete destruction of Israel and the killing of all the Jews. Jimmy Carter may be on the verge of breaking the 4th wall on that one and meet with Khaled Meshal, the exiled leader of the terrorist group Hamas.  At least that’s what is being reported and is not being denied by Carter’s spokesman.

Considering Carter has made every effort to undermine the United State’s efforts to fight terrorism, this is about as shocking as the sun rising in the east this morning.  Still, Carter will be held out as an example of how this country should be by so-called “progressives.” 

Liberal progressives are under the impression that they can talk their way out of anything, which may have something to do with the fact that they are funded largely by trial lawyers who talk juries into multi-million dollar settlements for people who burn themselves with coffee thanks to their own stupidity.  It was this mentality that led the US to give North Korea pretty much everything they’d ever need to build a nuclear bomb as long as they promised not to build a nuclear bomb.  This “deal” was struck in an attempt to stop North Korea from pursuing materials from which to build a nuclear bomb.  And guess what North Korea did…

Jimmy Carter was quite probably the worst President since the 19th century, and we say this with full knowledge of Warren G. Harding’s existence.  He should stick to building houses, not giving aid and comfort to the enemies of liberty.


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