Valerie Jarrett Welcomed Muslim Brotherhood To White House

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One of the unfortunate side effects of Roseanne’s racist tweet implosion involving Valerie Jarrett is that it may put off limits the documented influence held by the Muslim Brotherhood in the Obama administration, influence that was so great we handed over a loyal ally for a time – Egypt – to its control.



The key player in Obama’s administration is of course the Iranian-born Valerie Jarrett. Her role in the Obama administration has been likened to the mysterious Rasputin in the era of the Russian czars:

Her influence is shown by an account in Richard Miniter’s book “Leading From Behind: The Reluctant President and the Advisors Who Decide for Him.”

It relates that at the urging of Jarrett, Obama canceled the operation to kill Osama bin Laden on three occasions before finally approving the May 2, 2011, Navy SEAL mission. Seems she was concerned about the possible political harm to Obama if the mission failed.

Then there is Huma Abedin, wife of disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner, and top aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. She is expected to assume the Jarrett role in a Hillary Clinton White House. Her affiliations and loyalties are also suspect:

Her father is said to be close with the Saudi government’s Muslim World League, and her mother is said to be a member of the Muslim Sisterhood. World Trade Center bombing prosecutor Andrew McCarthy wrote in National Review: “The ties of Ms. Abedin’s father, mother and brother to the Muslim Brotherhood are both specific and substantiated.”

The Muslim Brotherhood took power in Egypt with the Obama administration’s approval after it had all but abandoned the government of Hosni Mubarak, a long-time ally and friend. It was while Abedin was advising

Hillary that State dropped its long-standing policy of having no dealings with the Muslim Brotherhood.

In early 2015, Jarrett brokered a meeting between Obama and 14 Muslim leaders, some with disturbingly close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood:

… the White House confirmed that Azhar Azeez, President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), was one of the Muslim leaders that met with President Obama. ISNA was founded in 1981 by members of the Muslim Brotherhood. The group was listed as an unindicted co-conspirator in the Holy Land Foundation terrorism financing trial. …

Azeez’s bio also reveals him as a founding member the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter. CAIR has also allegedly funneled money to Palestinian terror groups and was also started by members of the Muslim Brotherhood….

Hoda Elshishtawy of the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) was also in attendance at the Muslim leaders’ meeting with President Obama.

MPAC, just like CAIR and ISNA, was founded by members of the Muslim Brotherhood….

Mohamed Majid, who serves as Imam of the All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS), was also in attendance at the White House meeting with the President, and senior advisors Ben Rhodes and Valerie Jarrett.

In 2002, ADAMS was raided as part of a U.S. government initiative called “Operation Green Quest,” where federal agents suspected the group of supporting terrorist organizations. Government documents said that the ADAMS Center was “suspected of providing support to terrorists, money laundering, and tax evasion.”

If you have ever wondered just why President Obama could never bring himself to condemn or even say “radical Islamic terrorism”, Valerie Jarrett is one of the reasons. One of the very first thing he did as President was to give a speech to students in Cairo in 2009 in which he apologized for America’s role as the world bully, particularly in the Islamic world, and for our support of our only true ally in the Middle East. His snubbing of both Israel and its Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, was not subtle and his push to make Iran a nuclear power, in opposition to the will of Congress and the American people, showed just where his, and Jarrett’s hearts were..

Christians were being murdered around the world and little was done by the Obama/Jarrett administration to help them or even acknowledge the fact or that Islamic jihadists have marked them for genocide. President Obama’s silence on this ongoing slaughter speaks volumes about his and Jarrett’s true loyalties:

From the Christian-influenced Yazidis in Iraq to the Christian schoolgirls targeted by Boko Haram in Nigeria, Christians worldwide have had their churches bombed and burned and themselves murdered, all because of what they believe and who they are.

Yet, with few exceptions, Obama refuses to acknowledge or even mention this fact.

On Sunday, White House press secretary Josh Earnest, who had also expressed the administration’s condemnation of the “random” attacks in Paris, issued a statement condemning the IS’s murder of 21 Egyptian “citizens.” No mention of their being Coptic Christians.

Ft. Hood was “workplace violence”. Benghazi was a spontaneous response to an inflammatory video. Paris was just a case of people being in the wrong place at the wrong time. When world leaders marched in Paris to protest the latest Islamic atrocity, Barack Hussein Obama was conspicuous by his absence.

In Obama’s world Islam is a religion of tolerance, not so much Christians maligned as “bitter clingers”. He took a shot at Christians when he said at an Easter Prayer Breakfast that “…I have to say that, sometimes when I listen to other less-than-loving expressions by Christians, I get concerned.” Not so concerned was he by the mass beheading of Coptic Christians on a Libyan beach by the Islamic State.

The coziness between Obama, Jarrett, Abedin, the Muslim Brotherhood and other radical Islamic terrorist groups is an historical fact and should not be obscured by a bigoted tweet.

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29 Responses to “Valerie Jarrett Welcomed Muslim Brotherhood To White House”

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    Gary Miller

    “One of the very first things he did as President was to give a speech to students in Cairo in 2009 in which he apologized for America’s role as the world bully, particularly in the Islamic world, and for our support of our only true ally in the Middle East. ”

    Hi Dan — Here’s a transcript of President Obama’s speech in Cairo. I’d be interested in learning what lines you think are an apology for America’s role as the world bully.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/04/us/politics/04obama.text.html

    Thank you,

    Gary

  2. 2

    Spurwing Plover

    They all should be in Prison along with Obama they are a threat to America its no wonder the democrats want to disarm us all

  3. 3

    Deplorable Me

    Obama, and liberals in general, take whatever side is aligned against the United States. Whatever was influencing his decisions, he supported the Muslim Brotherhood as they spread across the Middle East and North Africa, disrupting governments that had been friendly and cooperative with the US. It is no surprise he was reluctant to kill bin Laden for fear of harm to his own political fortunes; he put those before EVERYTHING that would benefit the US. He and Jarrett were a wrecking crew, and that was by their design.

  4. 6

    Deplorable Me

    @Gary Miller: First, the entire speech was based on the false straw man argument that the US was at war with Islam; we aren’t. We are at war with radical Islamic terrorists. He also tries to equivocate the US with Islam and downplays the discrimination against women in Islam while overemphasizing any discrimination women encounter in America. You can see a better evaluation here than you are likely to find in the propaganda tool NYT.

  5. 8

    Deplorable Me

    @Gary Miller: So, you want me to cut and paste out of the article I attached for you? I don’t know about you, but I think that is sort of stupid and evasive. Apparently, you don’t WANT to know the truth.

    Tell me, what is my “track record of backing things up”, some examples where I didn’t. I want to improve.

  6. 9

    Gary Miller

    @Deplorable Me:

    The original request to back up this nonsense that Obama apologized for America being a bully in his Cairo speech was intended for Daniel Sobieski. I even provided the text of the speech. Daniel didn’t respond. Then you jumped in and cited a blog called Pundit Wire, as you yourself was unable to identify any lines from Obama’s speech that resembled an apology.

    Last week, you asserted that Mr. Mueller has no evidence of collusion, which you failed to back up. On this thread here, you told another whopper regarding Obama: ” It is no surprise he was reluctant to kill bin Laden for fear of harm to his own political fortunes; he put those before EVERYTHING that would benefit the US.” Another unsubstantiated statement.

  7. 10

    Deplorable Me

    @Gary Miller:

    Then you jumped in and cited a blog called Pundit Wire, as you yourself was unable to identify any lines from Obama’s speech that resembled an apology.

    I provided for you an article which explains it. Apparently, you are too lazy or lack the courage to face the facts, but once I have provided an entire article that breaks down the speech into Obama’s anti-America bits I don’t feel obligated to cut and past those passages and place them before your face.

    Last week, you asserted that Mr. Mueller has no evidence of collusion, which you failed to back up.

    Tell me, how does one present evidence of “no evidence”? The absence of evidence IS the evidence. IF there was evidence that there was any hint of collusion with Russia, we would have seen it via leaks, just like we have seen every other supposed “smoking gun”.

    On this thread here, you told another whopper regarding Obama: ” It is no surprise he was reluctant to kill bin Laden for fear of harm to his own political fortunes; he put those before EVERYTHING that would benefit the US.” Another unsubstantiated statement.

    I am beginning to think you are stupid. Are you stupid? Why, looky here… right here on Flopping Aces by the same author as this very article. Is this another case of you being too lazy or too afraid to face the facts that you don’t see what is before your eyes? If you needed the reference, you had only to ask… but don’t expect me to cut and paste what you actually don’t even want to see.

  8. 11

    Gary Miller

    An [email protected]Deplorable Me:

    To be clear, you can’t pull out a single line from Obama’s Cairo speech that even reeks of an apology. Instead you cite someone’s blog and say “the answer’s in there.”

    Here’s the transcript again. https://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/04/us/politics/04obama.text.html

    Not even one line, Deplorable Me? Just one?

    And you make the claim that

    “It is no surprise he was reluctant to kill bin Laden for fear of harm to his own political fortunes; he put those before EVERYTHING that would benefit the US.”

    And when someone calls you out on that, you link to another piece and say the answer’s in there somewhere.

    You weren’t in debate class, were you?

  9. 12

    Deplorable Me

    @Gary Miller:

    To be clear, you can’t pull out a single line from Obama’s Cairo speech that even reeks of an apology. Instead you cite someone’s blog and say “the answer’s in there.”

    To be REALLY clear, I’ve provided you with an article where someone has done exactly that. Now, if you are too dumb or too lazy to read it, why should I bother to cut and past the very passages in that article one level up for you? Sorry, I’ve already raised my kids; I don’t have the time or energy to raise another one.

    You weren’t in debate class, were you?

    No, but I know that once the information has been duly and adequately provided, it is redundant to recite it again simply because someone is either too dim or reluctant to face the truth. For certain, I am not going to debate what the meaning of “is” is.

    It’s all there, you’re wrong, I’m right and that’s about the sum of it. Obama was a foreign policy disaster and Valerie helped him do it.

  10. 13

    Gary Miller

    @Deplorable Me:

    “why should I bother to cut and past the very passages in that article one level up for you?”

    Because YOU are the one supporting the nonsense that Obama’s Cairo speech was some sort of apology tour, not me.

    See how that works?

    And why do you even need to rely on another’s blog to explain YOUR position?

  11. 14

    Deplorable Me

    @Gary Miller: Well, here’s how it works. I provided you the information you requested back in #6. This is #13. You’ve had the information you PRETEND to want all along. That article explains it so the densest, simplest, most moronic of dolts can understand it; you may need to read it twice.

    And why do you even need to rely on another’s blog to explain YOUR position?

    Ummm… because they provided the information I referred too? See, that’s not my “position”, that’s information I read. See how THAT works?

  12. 15

    Gary Miller

    @Deplorable Me:

    You’ve make it clear. You are simply unable to pull just one quote out of Obama’s Cairo speech that reeks of an apology. Instead you link to someone’s blog and say that your explanation is in there somewhere. That’s dishonest and that’s how you roll.

  13. 18

    Deplorable Me

    @Kitt: Yeah, well providing link to the information is not quite good enough as far as @Gary Miller: is concerned. He expects us to cut and past the specific lines and words and, I presume, meet him somewhere, hold his eyes open and read aloud to him what it says. I think that’s called “ignorant deniability”.

  14. 21

    Deplorable Me

    @Gary Miller: I see. You won’t cut and past the passages you want me to comment on. What, does that sound ridiculous to you or something?

    See, you provided a link to something. In response, I provided a link which answered all your questions. Then you wanted ME to provide the passages out of that link so you wouldn’t have to go into the link and read them. Then you criticized me for providing a link elsewhere which provided the answers to a question.

    Why do you think providing a link is definitive when you do it but wrong when someone else does it?

  15. 22

    Gary Miller

    @Deplorable Me:

    You came on this thread to support this nonsense that Obama’s Cairo speech was part of some sort of apology tour. This is after I asked the writer here to pull out a line or two from the Cairo speech that sounded like an apology. You sprung to the writer’s defense and provided a link to a blog and said “the answer is in there.”

    No, I am not cutting and pasting passages from the Cairo speech. Because there no passages that even reek of an apology. And clearly, you are unable to identify any as well. This is after you requested a link to the speech.

    Guess who wins this one?

    Last chance: https://www.nytimes.com/2009/06/04/us/politics/04obama.text.html

  16. 25

    Deplorable Bill

    @Greg: If you had noticed, I provided all the information requested. What I am not willing to do is spoon-feed the information to someone who really doesn’t want to know the truth to begin with.

  17. 26

    Greg

    No, you didn’t.

    Here’s an important message from The Leader, transmitted around 4 hours ago:

    Democrats are the problem. They don’t care about crime and want illegal immigrants, no matter how bad they may be, to pour into and infest our Country, like MS-13. They can’t win on their terrible policies, so they view them as potential voters!

    6:52 AM – 19 Jun 2018

    If he believes this, he’s insane. If he doesn’t, he’s an amoral and manipulative liar, turning his own enemies into The Enemy—and they just happen to be over one-half of his fellow Americans. Take your pick.

  18. 27

    Deplorable Bill

    @Greg: Nope, that pretty much sums it up. The left defended Kate Steinle’s killer instead of identifying the problem of criminal illegal immigrants and sanctuary cities. Recently, instead of admitting MS-13 is a dangerous problem, liberals rush to their defense when Trump correctly identifies them as “animals”.

    turning his own enemies into The Enemy

    Obama identified those who disagreed with his immigration policies were “enemies” who “must be punished”. But, he was so classy as he did it, right?

  19. 28

    Greg

    Obama identified those who disagreed with his immigration policies were “enemies” who “must be punished”

    No, he did not do that. Why don’t you compare Trump’s Twitter posts with those of Barack Obama? It might be instructive.

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