As more and more of the truth comes out, people have begun to demand Obama return his Peace Prize. Should he listen to them?
About five minutes into his Presidency, Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Why? Because people thought they knew what he was Going to do, and because he was a Leftist (like the folks awarding the Nobel Prize) they treated his Promises as an accomplished fact.
What was wrong with that?
Becuase — as the American Public learned — what Obama SAID and what he DID wouldn’t always line up. Often there would be roughly 180 degrees difference between the two.
We recently learned that Obama looked at the Criminal Syndicate built by the world’s second most-wanted terrorist after Osama Bin Laden — one that trafficked sophisticated weapons that were killing our troops on the battlefield, including advanced IEDs that were blowing limbs off our troops, and an explosive that could “rip an M1 Abrams tank in HALF” — that he looked at the criminal syndicate doing more than $1Billion a year in trade, shipping cocaine by the literal ton, that supplied Chemical Weapons to Syria and Nuclear components to Iran — and told American Agents to ‘stand down’.
Why? Because Obama was hell-bent on getting his ‘precious’ (read: worthless) Iran Deal, and he was willing to kiss however much Iranian ass as he had to in order to get that deal.
It’s no secret that the Obama administration strained the American-Israeli relationship.
Hearing about Obama enabling Hezbollah was the last straw.
“Obama must return his Nobel Peace Prize,” if the Politico story is correct, Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid said.
“Israel warned repeatedly that there can be no connection between the nuclear deal and anti-terror activity, certainly against Hezbollah… We also warned of this specifically, because of the proven link between Hezbollah and Iran.”
Regional Cooperation Minister Tzachi Hanegbi wrote on Facebook that the report is not surprising, due to Obama’s “persistent efforts to give Iran, Nasrallah’s patron, legitimacy at any price.
Source: Jerusalem Post