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RUSH: And then we have our secretary of state, our esteemed secretary of state John Kerry, who once served in Vietnam, he said yesterday during an appearance in Bangladesh that the media could do us all a service if they didn’t cover terrorism quite as much

Well, might be doing Obama and Hillary a service, which is probably why John Kerry said so.  Maybe it is why the Drive-Bys have stopped covering terrorism as much as they used to.  Kerry was speaking at a press availability, said, “No country is immune from terrorism.  It’s easy to terrorize. Government and law enforcement have to be correct 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. But, if you decide one day you’re going to be a terrorist and you’re willing to kill yourself, you can go out and kill some people. You can make some noise. Perhaps the media would do us all a service if they didn’t cover it quite as much. People wouldn’t know what’s going on.”

Here you have a ranking member of the Regime actually saying the people wouldn’t know as much.  What kind of government officials think that way?  “The people wouldn’t know as much.”  What kind of Democrat, what kind of liberal dreams of that circumstance?  “The people wouldn’t know as much.”  It seems like that’s already happening when it comes to the media reporting on Hillary and her emails or Hillary and the foundation, or Hillary and pay-for-play or Obama and anything he did, it seems like the objective here was precisely that:  “The people wouldn’t know what’s going on.” 

And precisely because of that, people do not have the ability to affix blame to this administration for the policies they have implemented that have caused the degradation of the American economy and the American culture, because Obama’s not attached to any of this.  Obama’s not tied to anything in the economy, except when they try to tout this great recovery going on.  Of course, there isn’t one. 

“Kerry called these acts of violence and others worldwide ‘a stark, painful reminder that those who aid terrorist groups or perpetrate these acts have no respect for national boundaries, no concern for the rights of others, no regard for the rule of law, and they do not embody the values of the people of Bangladesh or the United States, or the majority of people across the globe.'”

Wait a minute.  No respect for national boundaries?  That’s the European Union.  I thought it was the European Union guy that came out just the other day, Monday, maybe over the weekend, said the worst thing that had ever happened is the creation of nations.  That’s what they think at the European Union.  And now Kerry is talking about terrorist groups who perpetrate terror acts, who have no respect for national boundaries.  

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