Obama said something awful about Christians in response to the Sri Lanka terrorist attack

The horrific Easter Sunday Islamic terror attack in Sri Lanka killed at least 290 Christians.

It was a coordinated attack by an Islamic terrorist organization, and a direct attack on Christianity.

But despite that, former President Obama couldn’t wait to respond in the worst way possible, saying something awful about Christians.

Before the death count was even fully known, former President Obama took to Twitter to steer the conversation around the terror attack.

Instead of mentioning the attack being against Christians, he referred to the victims simply as “tourists and Easter worshippers.”

The former President wasn’t even willing to mention the fact it was a terror attack.

And he hasn’t acknowledged, and almost certainly never will acknowledge, the fact that those responsible are radical Islamists.

But Obama isn’t alone.

Following in his lead, Hillary Clinton took to Twitter to condemn the attack on “Easter worshippers.”

Dozens of other Democrat officials followed suit, refusing to say the word “Christian” in their statements about the attack, instead labeling victims “Easter worshippers.”

Obama’s words are in stark contrast to what he said immediately following the Mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand.

In response to those shootings he directly mentioned the “Muslim community,” stating he was grieving with them.

Obama’s reluctance to mention the victims’ or the perpetrator’s faiths in the Sri Lanka attack hearkens back to his eight years in office, when he always instinctively held his tongue when it came to mentioning radical Islam.

On the campaign trail, then-candidate Trump continually went after Obama for his refusal to say the words “radical Islamic terrorism.”

Obama has also created outrage by attempting to draw equivalences between radical Islamic violence and terror to medieval Christianity.

At the 2015 National Prayer Breakfast, he told Americans not to “get on our high horse” about radical Islam, because Christians committed violence centuries ago.

The attack in Sri Lanka is yet another event in radical Islam’s all-out war on Christianity.

Of course, Democrats refuse to acknowledge this fact, instead labeling anyone who is concerned about Islam as “bigoted.”

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96 Responses

  1. Victoria Worrel Brake says:

    YES. Agreed. Steps are being taken to arrest this corrupt illegitimate figurehead once and for all. He ranks among the MOST bigoted, biased, hate-filled instigators we have seen in my lifetime. WeThePpl will not be intimated. What goes around comes around.

  2. ann says:

    Obama is/was the epitomy of outside interference in our elections & American government. This Soros-backed ILLEGITIMATE President was nothing more than a FIGUREHEAD President, taking directions from the “shadows”! Like the dismantling of historic statues, his Library needs to be demolished. He needs to be brought to justice for his corruption.

  3. Billy says:


  4. Billy says:

    All your rhetoric is just that !!! You are an IDIOT and a dumorat!!

  5. Billy says:

    AMEN !!!!

  6. Steel Magnolia says:

    SEE / KNOW Current Saudi Arabia ‘Actions’ re
    ‘dissidents’./ ‘preaching’ etc . thru ‘apps’ &
    ‘social media’ , Vasu. Exploitation Is NOT a ‘virtue’.

  7. Steel Magnolia says:

    WELLL now, i can’t say PP is of ‘prejudice’ /&/0r
    denies an Exaggerated ‘form’ of ‘Free Speech’.
    ie. ‘ diminishing ‘ Sovereign USA. & propoganda.
    NOT PERMIT. ___ @ Vasu.

  8. Steel Magnolia says:

    ‘snakes’ Crawl, Vasu.
    perhaps You STOP ‘crawling’.
    SAVE the Country in which you live.
    You, ! Are > Exorbitant. < Look it up.

  9. Steel Magnolia says:

    Hey Vasu, ‘ I’ Blew By Your ‘spiel’.
    Your Mind IS ‘overactive’ IN the
    ‘Wrong Place’. Sorry dudio, But REALITY.
    WHY WASTE Your Time HERE ??? IFFF, ‘what you
    say Is So ‘important’. You need NEED ‘VENT’ to
    Appropriate Source(s). Agree? YOU Will NOT
    ‘change’ a Patriots ‘mind’ IN SAVING USA.
    &&& YOU, Vasu, ARE Taking a ‘sick’ Advantage of
    Your Freedom.

  10. Toxic says:

    STFU, you Mozlem supporting puke. All Mozlems are terrorist.

  11. Toxic says:

    ALL MOZLEMS ARE TERRORISTS. Even Erodigan said, there’s no such thing as a moderate Mozlem. Islam is Islam

  12. Vasu Murti says:

    Conservatives argue “leftists can criticize right wing Christians” but not “Muslims.” That’s not true! The fact that American liberals refer derisively to the Christian Right as “the American Taliban” indicates disdain for the Islamic Taliban. The Ku Klux Klan, a terrorist organization, has killed more Americans than has “radical Islam.” More Americans die from gun violence in this country than from terrorist attacks by radical Islam.

    Democrats don’t deny we’re at war, they just hesitate to call it “radical Islam” because the term indirectly demonizes all Muslims. It’s like referring to the Ku Klux Klan as “Christians” when they clearly do not speak for all of Christianity. Democrats take their cue from *Republican* George W. Bush who never used the term “radical Islam.” After 9-11, George W. Bush told the American people our quarrel is not with Islam but with a radical faction within Islam known as Al-Quaeda. Shortly after 9-11, George W. Bush visited a mosque: something Barack Obama was unable to do until late in his presidency, as Islamaphobic “birthers” were labeling him a “Muslim” even though Article VI, Section 3 of the Constitution clearly states: “No religious test shall be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.”

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Taunted by Republicans to declare war on “radical Islamic terrorism,” Democrats are turning to an unlikely ally: George W. Bush.

    President Barack Obama, under pressure to be more aggressive on terrorism, regularly cites his predecessor’s refusal to demonize Muslims or play into the notion of a clash between Islam and the West. It’s a striking endorsement from a president whose political rise was predicated on opposition to the Iraq war and Bush’s hawkish approach in the Middle East.

    As Hillary Clinton put it, “George W. Bush was right.”

    Laying out her plan to fight domestic terrorism, Clinton reminded voters in Minneapolis of Bush’s visit to a Muslim center six days after the Sept. 11 attacks. She even quoted his words from that day about those who intimidate Muslim-Americans: “They represent the worst of humankind, and they should be ashamed of that kind of behavior.”

    Bush, of course, was not referring to the 2016 Republican presidential field. Clinton certainly was.

    Jeb Bush has also said the U.S. should follow his brother’s lead, arguing that “we can’t dissociate ourselves from peace-loving Muslims.”

    During the 2001 mosque visit, one of several occasions Bush denounced anti-Muslim bias, he stood alongside Muslim leaders and quoted the Quran about evil-doers being ultimately defeated. He insisted that intimidation against Muslims in America would not stand.

    “The face of terror is not the true faith of Islam,” Bush said.

    Donald Trump wants to ban ALL Muslims from coming to the United States. He’s not singling out the extremists, rather he’s castigating all Muslims. Even Bill O’Reilly was critical of Donald Trump in this regard, telling him, “If you say no Muslims can travel here from overseas, you’re hurting the United States’ position against ISIS,” O’Reilly told Trump in a wide-ranging interview. “We need the friendly Muslim nations. You can vet them, but you can’t insult the whole religion,” O’Reilly said.

    Even Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s far-right National Front who once compared Muslims praying in the streets to the Nazi occupation, thinks Donald Trump has gone too far. Asked in a television interview about Trump’s proposal to ban all Muslims from entering the United States, Le Pen said the idea was too much. “Seriously, have you ever heard me say something like that?” asked Le Pen, who has been accused of encouraging Islamophobia in France. “I defend all the French people in France, regardless of their origin, regardless of their religion.”

    Jesus said, “Let he among you who is without sin cast the first stone…”

    If Christians actually followed the apostle Paul’s commands that women keep silent in the churches, women are not allowed to teach or hold authority over men, women must cover their heads while worshiping, etc., Christianity would resemble Islam. Christians in the West have embraced the past five hundred years of secular social progress nearly all of which contradicts biblical tradition:

    …democracy and representative government in place of monarchy and belief in the divine right of kings; the separation of church and state; the abolition of (human) slavery; the emancipation of women; birth control; the sexual revolution; LGBT rights, animal rights…

    Conservatives demonize Islam as cruel and barbaric, forgetting Christianity’s own record of barbarism towards humans and animals, whereas liberals merely see Islam as six hundred years behind the secular West.

    Think back to what Christianity was like six hundred years ago: the Crusades, the Inquisition, burning witches at the stake, etc.

    That’s the reason liberals are reluctant to cast a stone at Islam.

    Barack Obama said as a Christian:

    “And lest we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ. In our home country, slavery and Jim Crow all too often was justified in the name of Christ.”

    My friend Chris similarly asked, “Which was worse: Hitler’s genocide of the Jews or our genocide of the Native Americans?”

    No one would mistake Chris’ words for “pro-Nazi” sentiments. Why then do you presume anyone giving the benefit of the doubt to Islam must be a Muslim sympathizer?!

    Conversely, Indian Christian conservative Dinesh D’Souza says conservative Muslims don’t hate Christians, he says they hate the secular West, which is ironic, as secularism means religious neutrality and acceptance of people of other faiths as well as those of no faith.

    Conservatives are quick to say Sharia Law has no place in the United States. Will they just as quickly point out that the Bible is not the law of the land, either? Some fundamentalist Christians insist America is a Christian country and the Bible is the law of the land. In reality, the First Amendment says Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion nor prohibiting the free exercise thereof,

    Thomas Jefferson said it doesn’t matter whether one believes in twenty gods or no god, etc. Will conservatives acknowledge we live in a religion-neutral society, where people are free to believe or disbelieve in whatever they want?

    Sharia Law is unacceptable under the First Amendment, but so, too, is biblical law. Liberals see Christians passing laws calling for school prayer, laws against LGBTs, references to God on coins and currency, etc. as Christians pushing their religion on others, with the same disdain Christian conservatives have for Sharia Law. The fact that liberals refer to the Christian right as “the American Taliban” indicates disdain for the Islamic Taliban.

    Some points to consider:

    1. Liberals and conservatives merely disagree on the terminology to refer to the radical faction, with the Democrats reluctant to use the term “radical Islam,’ because it indirectly castigates the entire religion. A similar incident occurred in 2015.

    2. In 2015, Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. declared, “I’ve always thought that if more good people had concealed-carry permits, then we could end those Muslims before they walked in and killed them.” Falwell later sought to clarify his comment to various news outlets by stating that he meant to refer to terrorists, rather than all Muslims.

    3. We’re nearly in agreement. Again: Democrats don’t disagree that we’re being attacked, that we’re fighting terrorism, etc. They merely hesitate to refer to it as “radical Islam,” because the term indirectly demonizes all Muslims. It’s like speaking disdainfully of “Christians” in general, as a sweeping generalization, when referring to the Jerry Falwell types.

    4. George W. Bush was careful enough to point out to the American people after 9-11 that we are not at war with Islam, but with a radical faction within Islam known as Al-Quaeda.

    5. Jane Eisner of the Jewish Daily Forward pointed out that Timothy McVeigh’s terrorism was not attributed to “radical Catholicism” nor “radical Republicanism” nor “radical gun ownership.” LGBTs might similarly detest Fred Phelps and the Westboro Baptist Church, but it would be wrong to say with sweeping generalizations that they detest Christians in general, so:

    “Why, then, should we be obliged to attribute the Paris attacks to radical Islam?”

    ISIS took responsibility? Then let’s castigate ISIS, and not Islam.

    6. The left is as critical of “radical Christianity” as it is of “radical Islam”! Liberals derisively refer to the Christian right as the “American Taliban” indicating they oppose the Islamic Taliban, too!

  13. K Bertram says:

    NO, its the idiots who elect this people. If it can’t be corrected on the ballot box, I have always believed we get what we deserve !

  14. ivan says:

    Obama is the worse muslim i ever know

  15. al says:

    Obama, Omar, AOC all are big problems for this country.

  16. Steel Magnolia says:

    0NLY 59 sec’s !!! LISTEN, Take the ‘TIME’.

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