According to a report at the Washington Examiner, the Obama administration began meetings Monday with religious leaders to combat anti-Muslim sentiment.
Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett and Melissa Rogers, head of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, led the charge with a conference call to a large number of religious leaders:
On behalf of President Obama, I thanked them for raising their voices, as so many of you have, against religious discrimination and bigotry.
— Valerie Jarrett (@vj44) December 14, 2015
So who, exactly, did the White House meet with?
President Obama’s top advisers held a series of meetings Monday with Muslim and Sikh religious leaders to discuss the fallout their communities are facing in the wake of the deadly San Bernardino shootings.
And according to White House propagandist Josh Earnest, more meetings are set for he week.
“And then there are some additional meetings over the course of the week, including one here at the White House on Thursday,” he said. “Again, these are all slated to be staff level meetings but yet are representative of the kind of ongoing dialogue that the White House maintains with religious leaders of all faiths all across the country.”
One person asked Jarrett:
@vj44 How many Christian refugees have we taken in during Obama's reign?
— KRenner (@KRenner2) December 14, 2015
Another person wondered:
@vj44 When will U expose muslims for anti-Semitism,homophobia,rejection of democratic values,their 100x overrepresentation among terrorists?
— Duke Jones🇺🇸 (@Mojoman4Real) December 15, 2015
A third person asked:
I assume you have no comment on the Christian genocide happening at the hands of ONLY #RadicalIslam?
Far worse than "Islamaphobia"
— John Covfefe (@NobamaDotCom) December 15, 2015
And another question:
And on it goes…
Earnest said the “hateful, divisive” comments of a “handful of Republicans running for president is hurtful and dangerous” to the nation’s national security, a clear reference to candidates like Donald Trump, who has proposed a temporary moratorium on Muslim immigration until the vetting process is improved.
As Steven H. Ahle noted, the background process didn’t work with Tashfeen Malik, who went on to murder 14 people in a terrorist attack in San Bernardino.
So naturally, the regime is working to change attitudes toward Muslims…
Here’s a video report, courtesy of the Washington Examiner:
- “Tough Background Checks” Failed in Case of Tashfeen Malik..Leaves 14 Dead
- Video: Migrants in EU demand welfare; Migrant in Germany threatens rape
- Target America: The Terrorist Attack Plan on American Schools
- Donald Trump calls for ‘total and complete’ end of Muslim immigration to U.S.
- Calls to deport Muslims, restrict Islam grow in wake of Paris attacks