Could any more evidence prove what a steaming loaf of feces Jimmy Carter truly is? Jimmy Carter defends Palestinian missile attacks against Israeli citizens and it is discovered that he aided a fellow Nazi who lied to enter the United States.
I find it interesting to note that not once does Jimmy condemn Islamic Terror or even refer to it as an immoral act.Â He only states that it is “Counter Productive”.
This from the mouth of the worst President in the entire history of the United States with this piece for MEMRI TV: “I wasnâ€™t equating the Palestinian missiles with terrorism.”
One would think that it couldn’t be any worse, but alas Mr. Peanut never fails to amaze and disgust: “My whole book is written about Palestine and its lands, and about what is going on against the Palestinian people, which is, in my view, very similar, and in some cases even worse, than what happened to the blacks in South Africa.”
Jimmy Carter is doing nothing but proving what an Arab Bought and Paid for lackey he really is. I guess if you put what Jimmy Carter says into perspective, he actually feels that innocent Israeli men, women, children, Christians and Jews alike are legitimate military targets for his beloved Hamas and every other Islamic Terrorist organization.
I am amazed that the entire time not once could you see King Abdullah’s lips move while Jimmy was speaking.
Fifteen of his own people from his “Carter Center” have turned their backs on Carter since the release of his book “Palestine; Peace not Apartheid” and now we are finding out that his love for those who hate the Jewish people goes even deeper and further back in time and that Carter ran to the defense of a Nazi SS man.
Neil Sher, a veteran of the U.S. Justice Departmentâ€™s Office of Special Investigation, described a letter he received from Carter in 1987 in an interview with Israel National Radioâ€™s Tovia Singer. The letter, written and signed by Carter, asked that Sher show â€œspecial considerationâ€ for a man proven to have murdered Jews in the Mauthausen death camp in Austria.
â€œIn 1987, Carter had been out of office for seven years or so,â€ Sher recalled. â€œIt was a very active period for my office. We had just barred Kurt Waldheim â€“ he was then president of Austria and former head of the United Nations â€“ from entering the U.S. because of his Nazi past and his involvement in the persecution of civilians during the war. We had just deported an Estonian Nazi Commandant back to the Soviet Union after a bruising battle after which we were attacked by Reagan White House Communications Director Patrick Buchanan.
â€œAlso around that time, in the spring of 1987, we deported a series of SS guards from concentration camps, whose names nobody would know. One such character we sent back to Austria was a man named Martin Bartesch.â€
Carter, out of his the kindness of his cold, cold heart decides that a member of the NAZI SS is worth saving.
â€œOne day, in the fall of â€™87, my secretary walks in and gives me a letter with a Georgia return address reading â€˜Jimmy Carter.â€™ I assumed it was a prank from some old college buddies, but it wasnâ€™t. It was the original copy of the letter Barteschâ€™s daughter sent to Carter, after Bartesch had already been deported.
â€œOn the upper corner of the letter was a note signed by Jimmy Carter saying that in cases such as this, he wanted â€˜special consideration for the family for humanitarian reasons.â€™
I am so grateful for the Freedom of Speech that we enjoy here in America, it at times serves to educate people what a bung holes some people truly are and in some cases, that would even mean myself.Â Keep talking Jimmy, you remind me more and more everyday why I turned away from my parents and grandparents political beliefs and became a Conservative Republican.