Scarborough, et al: No Truth and No Dignity
I repeat one of my oft-used bromides: “Evil people can always be counted upon to do what evil people do, i.e., commit evil; hence the recognition of evil people as evil.” The truth of my observation is on full display as we watch the media, progressive Democrats, liberal Republicans and the drug-crazed, sexual-deviancy obsessed Hollywood and entertainment crowd, lose their minds over President Trump.
Collectively they make for a pathetic lot with not one shred of dignity amongst them. They continue on a path of remorseless contumaciousness that results only in making President Trump’s accomplishments, look that much better and convinces more citizens to support him.
Which brings us to Joe Scarborough spewing what amounts to hot air typically expelled from a bodily orifice other than his mouth after ingesting a meal of buttermilk and baked beans. Scarborough said: “Trump is harming the dream of America more than any foreign adversary ever could.” (See: Conservative Review; 9/11/2018)
It is impossible to imagine any human presence saying something so profoundly ignorant. But, I remind you of my oft-used bromide about evil people as shared above.
Scarborough, et al, are filled with hatred for President Trump to the point of embracing definable insanity; which results in a form of hebephrenic mordancy that is heretofore unparalleled.
The hatred Scarborough and his satanic brethren embrace is the most unpatriotic and anti-American citizenry ever displayed. His kind has no respect for you or me. They are aided and abetted in their contempt for us by social platforms such Twitter and Facebook, both of which are willing and eager to shut down all who dare deviate from their script.
Kris Paronto is a survivor of the 9/11/2011 attack in Benghazi. Twitter was thrilled to shut down his account for daring to voice the truth about Benghazi. It was he who lost members of his military brotherhood in the unprovoked attacked that Obama allowed Tyrone Woods, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty, and Christopher Stevens to be murdered by refusing to send help. It was Obama who sent Susan Rice out to knowingly lie, placing the blame for the murders on Americans because of a film. It was Obama who did nothing and it was Hillary Clinton who shouted, “What does it matter now?” And yet it was Kris Paronto whose accounts were shut down because he dared to speak the truth.
I held the wife of one of the men who Obama allowed to be murdered on that rooftop in Benghazi in my arms as she sobbed uncontrollably into my chest. It was me who shook the hand of the wife of the Marine who Obama had also failed in another part of the Middle East. I promised those women that I would never let the sacrifice of their husbands be forgotten.
Scarborough et al would like for us to forget that America lost thousands of lives because Bill Clinton refused to accept bin Laden when President Basher of Sudan offered him up on a silver platter as I wrote in my piece “Did Clinton Let bin Laden Get Away; 11/8/2001.”
Scarborough et al are quick to attempt to disrespect America and the innocents that godless Muslims were allowed to murder because of Clinton. For those counting Hillary along with the rapist she is married to, are wholly responsible for the first 9/11 in 2001, and the second 9/11 in 2011 she shares responsibility with Obama. Hillary came to Washington boasting that she and Bill were a team; claiming that when he was elected she was elected too, which makes her equally as culpable.
Following is my nationally syndicated op-ed in which I made clear that Bill and Hillary Clinton were deserving only of scorn for the way they boasted of their accomplishments while bin Laden was murdering Americans. It is titled: “Jethro’s Ghost” and was written October 23, 2003.
I once wrote that former president Bill Clinton was Jethro Bodine (of “The Beverly Hillbillies”) with a college diploma. In brief, he is a dimorphic self-absorbed hillbilly – unable to control his diminutive “interest” and its obsession with White House interns – who actually did “gadgiate” from the sixth grade.
His penchant for pontification is second only to his lust for fatty, greasy foods. So while it comes as no surprise, it is no less offensive to hear him revel in the dim light of his own opinion regarding how he handled things (pun intended) while in office.
His latest being that during his “exit interview,” he had instructed president Bush that Osama bin Laden was the greatest security threat facing the United States. This revelation was made (read: “staged”) at a History Channel sponsored luncheon. Clinton claimed his inability to convince Bush of the danger al-Qaida represented: “One of the two or three biggest disappointments that I had.”
Clinton’s comments, even if true, were nothing more than a pitiful attempt to assert himself as politically relevant. It is appalling to listen and watch Clinton revise and distort the factual history of his administration. In a column I wrote Nov. 8, 2001 – “Did Clinton let bin Laden get away?” – I referenced columnist Richard Miniter’s Opinion Journal piece (Oct. 8, 2001) that President Bashir of Sudan in the spring of 1996 offered to arrest, detain and hand over bin Laden to the United States.
At the time I wrote this column, Clinton was telling any and all who would listen how his administration had come close to apprehending bin Laden several times, only to see him slip through their grasp at the last moment.
The truth is Clinton didn’t care back then and he only cares now because it gives him an undeserved sense of importance.
The Bashir government had compiled intelligence of bin Laden’s daily activities, as well as detailed intelligence concerning his finances. But Clinton’s administration refused Khartoum’s offer. Steve Simon, then director of counter-terrorism, told the Washington Post: “I really cared about one thing; that was getting [bin Laden] out of Sudan.”
The Clinton administration’s position was they didn’t care to whom Khartoum handed bin Laden over, or where he went, as long as he got out of Sudan. Accepting Bashir’s offer may have prevented 9/11/2001. Instead, his administration focused on buying time instead of fighting terrorism – and that for their own selfish reasons.
In February 2002, while addressing a business group, Clinton sophistically stated: “We’d been hearing that the Sudanese wanted America to start meeting with them again. They released him. At that time, 1996, he had committed no crime against America so I did not bring him here because we had no basis on which to hold him” Clinton told the group that he declined the Sudanese offer to extradite bin Laden, “[Even] though we knew he wanted to commit crimes against America.”
An interesting perspective by a former sitting president, considering that in 1993 America had experienced the first World Trade Center bombing. In 1995, America lost military personnel in a Saudi Arabia bombing. And in 1996, we suffered tragedy in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia and the Khobar Towers. Yet, in Clinton’s mind, they had “no basis on which to hold him.”
Scott Lehigh writing for the Boston Globe (“Clinton’s mishandling of terrorism could mar legacy” – Jan. 3, 2002) noted that, Michael Sheehan, who had coordinated the administration’s counter-terrorism efforts at the State Department, told the New York Times that “the 1993 World Trade Center bombings should have been a wakeup call for the administration.”
Former presidential adviser George Stephanopoulos indicated that said attack didn’t galvanize the administration because it wasn’t a successful bombing.
In 1996, the Times reported political adviser Dick Morris had urged Clinton to launch a higher-profile anti-terrorism effort. Clinton, Morris would later say, was dismissive.
WorldNetDaily.com reported that former FBI agent Jack Cloonan told ABC News, a plan to arrest bin Laden in Afghanistan was killed by then Attorney General Janet Reno.
Even as more accounts of Clinton’s dereliction of responsibility to the voters who elected him – and the oath he had sworn to uphold – surface, he pompously asserts his perceived relevance.
Alexander Hamilton rightfully pointed out that “When [ex-presidents] leave office, they should leave the country as well, or else they will haunt like ghosts the new ones.”
Oh that holy water was sufficient to exorcise the ghost of Jethro.
Today, not to be outdone “golfbag barry” Obama is strutting around claiming “me too” as he tries to rewrite his abysmal record while in office. His “me too” refers to the string of lies he is telling in an attempt to make himself look important.
Obama referred to himself 102 times in a speech (read pack of lies) delivered September 7, 2018. He boasted of everything he could think of to make up, but like the Clintons he forgot a couple of key things.
For those who were born in 1990 or later, it is understood that history for them is whatever their teachers, CNN, MSNBC or Michael Moore says it is – to hell with facts.
But for those of us who witnessed that horrifying day 17 years ago because of Clinton’s failures and witnessed the godless Muslims murdering Americans around the world, because of Obama’s love affair with Muslim terrorists, the truth is indelibly imprinted upon our minds.
Scarborough is the equivalent of a baby diaper trying to soak up the lies Obama and Clinton are telling; and like a dirty diaper it is time to put him and those like him in the dirty diaper pale.
As for Obama September 11, 2011, Benghazi was not and is not a “conspiracy.” It was real and it is real. How dare he speak so shamelessly; but here again as I said at the beginning of this article: “Evil people can always be counted upon to do what evil people do, i.e., commit evil; hence the recognition of evil people as evil.” And that fact was driven home by Obama.
We applaud and support President Trump and the more those like Scarborough attack him, the more we hold them and their outlets in contempt.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here