If there was any doubt the Obama regime hates Benjamin Netanyahu, this should remove it. In an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg, an administration official called the Israeli Prime Minister “chickenshit.”
“The thing about Bibi is, he’s a chickenshit,” a State Department official told Goldberg. That’s not all. According to Goldberg, another “official agreed that Netanyahu is a ‘chickenshit’ on matters related to the comatose peace process, but added that he’s also a ‘coward’ on the issue of Iran’s nuclear threat.”
So in the alleged hive-mind of the evil progressive collective known as the Obama regime, Benjamin Netanyahu is a “chickenshit” “coward.”
Twitter users schooled the regime, Twitchy said.
Sure, that chickenshit PM was IDF special forces, but he's no community organizer.
— Mark Hemingway (@Heminator) October 28, 2014
.@JeffreyGoldberg We've come a long way since 2008 when you said Obama skeptics were "rumor-mongering, fever-headed Jewish conspiracists."
— Omri Ceren (@cerenomri) October 28, 2014
Even the Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol jumped on the bandwagon:
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) October 28, 2014
— Philip Klein (@philipaklein) October 28, 2014
Just a little compare and contrast:
Who'd he call "chickenshit?" pic.twitter.com/rmhA9mOkTO
— Jill (@ItsJustJill) October 28, 2014
Oh yeah, a blast from the past…
— Paul Levitt (@Dipsys_pal) October 28, 2014
I couldn’t say it any better than the Right Scoop, so I won’t even try:
And (Goldberg’s) report is crap. I can’t imagine the burden that Netanyahu must already bear and Obama has done nothing but add to that burden by keeping Israel from doing what it needs to do to protect Israel. Obama constantly sides against Israel and with her enemies, whether it be with Iran, Turkey or the Palestinians.
“Obama isn’t a joke. He’s evil,” The Right Scoop added.
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