U.S. leftist and socialist groups staged rallies across the country in support of Egyptian protesters.
Remember as you watch the clip that the CNN anchor is interviewing a member of the Muslim Brotherhood. So it’s not as though the anchor is trying to give some “fair and balanced” counterargument in some adversarial interview. Not that that would excuse this even then:
“I’m asking about the Muslim Brotherhood, the organization that has tirelessly, and in many cases quite courageously, campaigned in elections, it has campaigned against the government, it has campaigned on behalf of the poor in Egypt. It has a long, long history in that country. What role should it have now?”
Two Muslim Brothers, Â rolling turds in glitter on CNN:
The only thing you can bank on is this:
The world‘s free and open access to the Suez Canal’s vital commercial shipping lanes will be choked.
Carolyn Glick, a columnist for the Jerusalem Post, explains how dangerous ElBaradei is. “As IAEA head,” she writes, “Elbaradei shielded Iran’s nuclear weapons program from the Security Council. He [has] continued to lobby against significant UN Security Council sanctions or other actions against Iran…Last week, he dismissed the threat of a nuclear armed Iran [saying] ‘there is a lot of hype in this debate’.” (Source)
This is the same Elbardei who assured us 100% that Iran wasn’t pursuing nuclear weapons. Â And now he assures us 100% that the Muslim Brotherhood are not a threat, will back a democratic state, and wants peace with Israel. Yeah, right.