RUSH: I’m going to throw another log on the fire — or maybe light another match. We take you to February 13th. This has just been unearthed. February 13th, 2010, this year. New York City. New York University Law School. Obama senior advisor John Brennan spoke. He’s the senior advisor for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism. If you are Jewish and voted for Obama, I want you to listen to these two sound bites. Here’s the first…
BRENNAN: I did spend time as an undergraduate at the American University in Cairo in the 1970s. I marveled at the majesty of the Hajj and the devotion of those who fulfilled their duty as Muslims by making that pilgrimage — and in all my travels, the city I’ve come to love most is al-Quds, Jerusalem, where three great faiths come together.
RUSH: ‘Al-Quds’ is the Islamist name for Jerusalem. He’s speaking at New York University at the law school. He’s not speaking to a Muslim group. He’s speaking to a class of students at New York University and his first reference to Jerusalem is to ‘al-Quds,’ the city he has ‘come to love most is al-Quds.’ Here’s the second bite. This is very short. It’s 30 seconds. He speaks in Arabic in this bite. But he does say something in English in it. Here it is.
BRENNAN: (Speaking Arabic) Now, don’t tell the folks who don’t speak Arabic what I said, okay?
RUSH: That is John Brennan, the deputy national security advisor for Homeland Security and counterterrorism, and I guess it was a Muslim audience at New York University. This is February 13th, 2010. This is months ago. (interruption) I do not have a translation on the Arabic portion of what he said. But there was laughter in a couple points in that and then he said, ‘Don’t tell the folks who don’t speak Arabic what I said.’ So in February we have the national security advisor for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism speaking in Arabic to, I guess, a Muslim audience at NYU law school. In English saying the city he has loved most of all in all of his travels is ‘al-Quds,’ the Islamist name for Jerusalem.
Earlier this week an Obama assistant secretary of state, Michael Posner, volunteered to a delegation of ChiComs that, yes, we have no business lecturing anybody because we are violating human rights ourselves — and he cited the Arizona immigration law — which the attorney general admits he hasn’t read; which we know the president hasn’t read; and which the director of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, ‘Big Sis,’ also admits she hasn’t read. Then yesterday and today, Señor Wences, the ventriloquist puppet, also disguised as the president of Mexico, comes to the White House for a state dinner and a appearance before a joint session of Congress and chastises this country for ‘human rights violations’ and ‘violating our own core values’ while at the same time admitting his immigration laws are far more Draconian than ours. He does so in the words of the president of the United States and gets a standing ovation from the Democrats in the House of Representatives. What country does Barack Obama believe he is president of?