Lawsuit Filed Against Obama and Hillary Over Helping Terrorists Fight Israel
It is no secret that the Obama administration has been brazenly funding radical Islamic terrorists for years now, under the pretense of “humanitarian aid.” Finally, someone is doing something about it. According to the Conservative Tribune,
Attorney Larry Klayman has filed suit against Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, and U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, better known as RICO. The suit claims that these individuals supported Hamas financially, knowing that some of that money would fund attacks against America’s ally, Israel.
Seeking $1.5 billion in compensatory damages as well as punitive damages, it accuses the global figures of “laundering U.S. dollars” to Hamas, which is officially designated by the U.S. government as a Foreign Terrorist Organization. “This money has been foreseeably used to buy rockets and construct tunnels to attack Israel and terrorize and kill American and dual American-Israeli citizens who reside or are located in Israel,” Klayman said in a statement.
Obama talks out of one side of his mouth when it comes to Israel, but his actions speak differently. He claims that Israel is a friend and ally, yet behind the scenes is funding their worst enemies. It is a waste of taxpayers’ as well as a betrayal of one of our best friends. Let’s hope this lawsuit ends up in front of of a fair judge.
Rachel Alexander is a Senior Editor at The Stream and Editor of Intellectual Conservative. She writes for Townhall, the Selous Foundation for Public Policy Research, the Christian Post, weekend news items for Right Wing News and occasionally for the UK Guardian. She is a recovering attorney and former gun magazine editor. In 2011-2013, she was listed as one of the 50 Best Conservative Columnists by Right Wing News.
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