Why does President Obama humiliate women of color?

When the going gets tough, the weak force "women of color" to go out and lie for them, alibi for them.  As noted here, over three years ago, President Barack Hussein Obama (D) trotted out Susan Rice, U.S. ambassador to the U.N., for the important Sunday morning news shows to lie about Benghazi as a reaction to a YouTube video.  Last Sunday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch earnestly blabbed on these same five shows that the full transcript of the white gay male Orlando Muslim terrorist's statements over the phone to 911 as he was committing his evils would be censored, omitting any words that referred to Islam or Muslims.  For the benefit of the survivors and the victims' families, of course, so they wouldn't have to hear those words again and relive their experience or their loved ones' last sounds.  And to prevent the Muslim terror organizations from spreading their propaganda. 

Ri-i-i-ght!

When that lie predictably didn't even fly in the Ben Rhodes media echo chamber, the White House seemingly relented and quickly released what they claimed was the complete transcript of Mateen’s calls.

Ri-i-i-ght!  It really isn’t complete.  And what about the audio of the call?  Still missing.  

Of course, they knew they would go through a no and then yes act as this was all part of an elaborately scripted, well thought out farce.  And Lynch served as the clown in the White House farce to fool the American, nay world, public.

As the New York Post editorializes:

Lynch never did anything this absurd in all her years as US Attorney here in New York, so you know the order came down from above.

It’s also idiocy déjà vu: Four years ago, Team Obama made then-UN Ambassador Susan Rice tour all the Sunday shows to blame the deadly Benghazi attack on an Internet video, rather than on the terrorist plot they all knew it was. She looked a fool once the administration finally admitted the truth, just as Loretta Lynch does now.

It makes you wonder: Who at the White House feels compelled to send women of color out to humiliate themselves on national TV?

Who?  It makes you wonder.  Perhaps the man who cut his teeth in brutal Chicago politics and who subsequently summed up the Chicago way of politics  approvingly, admiringly by paraphrasing "The Untouchables" 

"Here's how you get him. He pulls a knife, you pull a gun. He sends one of yours to the hospital, you send one of his to the morgue. That's the Chicago way!"

It also makes you wonder what else is in these transcripts or in Mateen's background or what else happened that the White House felt compelled to play this elaborate deception.  It also makes you wonder why the need to distract attention from what is really happening, what is missing from the approved narrative, and what is being added.  Perhaps the man who spent his early years in a Muslim country and claims...

… the Muslim call to prayer is "the most beautiful sound in the world;" he regularly quotes from the Koran and cites it for directing his life ...

...believes he must transform an Islamic terror attack in the U.S. into a war on guns although Mateen passed all those “commonsense” requirements to obtain a firearm that should have sensibly prevented this, of course.   

It also makes you wonder if the man who speaks approvingly of his wife and daughters and sometimes of his mother (but not his grandmother) is willing to sacrifice women of color, or anyone else, to reach his somewhat less than stated goals.

Yeah, it makes you wonder.

When the going gets tough, the weak force "women of color" to go out and lie for them, alibi for them.  As noted here, over three years ago, President Barack Hussein Obama (D) trotted out Susan Rice, U.S. ambassador to the U.N., for the important Sunday morning news shows to lie about Benghazi as a reaction to a YouTube video.  Last Sunday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch earnestly blabbed on these same five shows that the full transcript of the white gay male Orlando Muslim terrorist's statements over the phone to 911 as he was committing his evils would be censored, omitting any words that referred to Islam or Muslims.  For the benefit of the survivors and the victims' families, of course, so they wouldn't have to hear those words again and relive their experience or their loved ones' last sounds.  And to prevent the Muslim terror organizations from spreading their propaganda. 

Ri-i-i-ght!

When that lie predictably didn't even fly in the Ben Rhodes media echo chamber, the White House seemingly relented and quickly released what they claimed was the complete transcript of Mateen’s calls.

Ri-i-i-ght!  It really isn’t complete.  And what about the audio of the call?  Still missing.  

Of course, they knew they would go through a no and then yes act as this was all part of an elaborately scripted, well thought out farce.  And Lynch served as the clown in the White House farce to fool the American, nay world, public.

As the New York Post editorializes:

Lynch never did anything this absurd in all her years as US Attorney here in New York, so you know the order came down from above.

It’s also idiocy déjà vu: Four years ago, Team Obama made then-UN Ambassador Susan Rice tour all the Sunday shows to blame the deadly Benghazi attack on an Internet video, rather than on the terrorist plot they all knew it was. She looked a fool once the administration finally admitted the truth, just as Loretta Lynch does now.

It makes you wonder: Who at the White House feels compelled to send women of color out to humiliate themselves on national TV?

Who?  It makes you wonder.  Perhaps the man who cut his teeth in brutal Chicago politics and who subsequently summed up the Chicago way of politics  approvingly, admiringly by paraphrasing "The Untouchables" 

"Here's how you get him. He pulls a knife, you pull a gun. He sends one of yours to the hospital, you send one of his to the morgue. That's the Chicago way!"

It also makes you wonder what else is in these transcripts or in Mateen's background or what else happened that the White House felt compelled to play this elaborate deception.  It also makes you wonder why the need to distract attention from what is really happening, what is missing from the approved narrative, and what is being added.  Perhaps the man who spent his early years in a Muslim country and claims...

… the Muslim call to prayer is "the most beautiful sound in the world;" he regularly quotes from the Koran and cites it for directing his life ...

...believes he must transform an Islamic terror attack in the U.S. into a war on guns although Mateen passed all those “commonsense” requirements to obtain a firearm that should have sensibly prevented this, of course.   

It also makes you wonder if the man who speaks approvingly of his wife and daughters and sometimes of his mother (but not his grandmother) is willing to sacrifice women of color, or anyone else, to reach his somewhat less than stated goals.

Yeah, it makes you wonder.