On Outnumbered, guest Judge Alex Ferrer accused President Obama of deliberately allowing Americans to die because he doesn't want to be a "wartime president." Of course, none of the four cohosts challenged the hideous accusation.
It was the second day in a row of Outnumbered poutrage over President Obama’s powerful smackdown of Donald Trump and those who demand he say the magic words, “radical Islam.”
Cohost Harris Faulkner whined, “In what some are calling a tirade, a tantrum about the uses of the word, ‘radical Islamism’ and so much more. …Critics are questioning whether that was even leadership.”
She played a clip of Donald Trump’s dog whistle: “[Obama]was more angry at me than he was at the shooter. …That’s the kind of anger he should have for the shooter and these killers that shouldn’t be here.”
Instead of calling out Trump's ugly insinuation, the all-conservative panel piled on against Obama. Cohost Jedediah Bila called Obama’s remarks “embarrassing.” Cohost Melissa Francis echoed Trump by saying Obama “got animated when he started to attack his political opponent.”
Faulkner went on to complain that when Hillary Clinton had used the term “radical Islam,” it was “disingenuous.” Why? Because she “somehow got together” with Obama and they are now on the same page of ridiculing demands for its use.
Ferrer, the show’s #OneLuckyGuy, theorized that “part of” Obama’s anger was because Clinton had “deviated” from his message the day before. “This was a speech that sounded like a child, complaining. And the whole idea of not using the words 'radical Islam' – even Democrats are pulling away from that and going, ‘Why?’”
Ferrer never named any Democrats nor did anyone ask for any names. Maybe that’s because it appears that only one Democrat, Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia, has broken with Obama. Three days ago, the National Review complained about the lack of Democrats willing to disagree with Obama.
Faulkner disingenuously “asked” about Obama, “If he really thought it were just mental illness, why did he then launch into his diatribe yesterday about all the things he’s going to do against ISIS? I mean, clearly, there’s some connection there.”
OBAMA: As [FBI] Director Comey has said, we currently do not have any information to indicate that a foreign terrorist group directed the attack in Orlando. It is increasingly clear, however, that the killer took in extremist information and propaganda over the Internet. He appears to have been an angry, disturbed, unstable young man who became radicalized. As we know all too well, terrorist groups like ISIL have called on people around the world and here in the United States to attack innocent civilians. Their propaganda, their videos, their postings are pervasive and more easily accessible than we want. This individual appears to have absorbed some of that. And during his killing spree, the shooter in Orlando pledged allegiance to ISIL.
Of course, nobody pointed that out to Faulkner.
Instead, Ferrer outrageously ratcheted up his rhetoric to suggest that Obama would rather have Americans die than combat terrorism.
FERRER: I think his anger is better placed on the fact that he has ignored the recommendations of generals over and over again, throughout his entire term and Americans are dying. They’re dying because he has decided what his policy is going to be in dealing with ISIS and the policy is, is “I’m just going to ride this out and let somebody else be the wartime president because I got the, you know, Nobel Peace Prize.”
Not a single person on the “fair and balanced” show challenged that horrible, unfounded accusation.
By the way, Ferrer doesn't seem to have a single credential in national security, terrorism or military policy.
Watch it below, from the June 15 Outnumbered.
Soon conspiracy central FOX News will speculate Obama is only taking out terrorist leadership so he can assume control when he retires from the White House. 👍
“Outnumbered”: Where bulls—t outnumbers facts and reasonable discourse.
I’m shocked!!!!! Shocked I tell you!!!!
I think that’s why I voted for that honorable negro twice.