Clueless

Sometimes the biggest clue is staring you right in the face:

Tensions between Israel and the current U.S. administration hit a new low two weeks ago when President Barack Obama refused to meet with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu during his visit to New York to address the UN General Assembly.

The White House insisted that the meeting would not take place due to the president’s pressing “campaign obligations” that would take the president out of New York during the time.

While PM Netanyahu offered to travel to Washington to make the appointment more convenient for the president, Obama refused to make whatever necessary scheduling adjustments in order to make the meeting possible.

The Washington Free Beacon reported that while the president cited “campaign obligations” and “scheduling issues,” his schedule in fact shows that he had the entire afternoon free.

The following is a record of President Obama’s schedule for Friday, September 28—the day the meeting would have taken place:

9:45 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

10:15 am || Meets with senior advisers

4:20 pm || Delivers remarks at a fundraiser; Capital Hilton, Washington

6:05 pm || Delivers remarks at a fundraiser; private residence, Washington

8:25 pm || Delivers remarks at a fundraiser; Capital Hilton, Washington

The president’s schedule is public record. White House Dossier publishes it every day. Yet no one until now bothered to check out Obama’s alibi?

I just assumed he was on the road campaigning, which was bad enough given the tensions between Iran, Israel, and the US. But he was in DC the whole day—with no scheduled appearances for a six-hour block—and Netanyahu was an hour away.

What a sicko.

Not Obama, or not just: the media.

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