KSM Show Trial Script Has Been Written
The plan for helping Khalid Sheikh Mohammed complete the 9/11 terror atrocities is all mapped out. First the Obamination Administration postures as morally righteous in contrast to George Bush, against whom Chairman Zero continues to campaign, despite W last having run for office in 2004. Then KSM is granted a soapbox from which to denounce America and rally Muslims to the cause of jihad — which was the point of killing those thousands of innocent Americans in the first place. Finally, he is found guilty in the circus show trial, completing his martyrdom and allowing the Community Activist in Chief to pose as our defender from terrorists.
In a fair trial, KSM would very possibly walk on a technicality — like another famous terrorist, Obama’s close friend Bill Ayers. But it’s hardly a fair trial when the Attorney General and the President of the USA essentially guarantee the outcome in advance. Eyebrows have been raised even at NBC:
NBC: Khalid Sheikh Mohammed — can you understand why it is offensive to some for this terrorist to get all the legal privileges of any American citizen?
Obama: I don’t think it will be offensive at all when he’s convicted and when the death penalty is applied to him.
NBC: But having that kind of confidence of a conviction — I mean one of the purposes of doing — going to the Justice Department and not military court is to show of the world our fairness in our court system.
Obama: Well —
NBC: But you also just said that he was going to be convicted and given the death penalty.
Obama: Quack quack quack backtrack quack quack obfuscate quack quack quack quack…
America may never live down this catastrophic farce of a presidency.
On a tip from Matt L. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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