Obama Spox Josh Earnest Gets Hammered by Ed Henry Over 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians Hehaedsed by ISIS as Compared to 3 Muslims Killed in NC
THE DOUBLE STANDARD RELIGIOUS LABELING OF THE BARACK OBAMA ADMINISTRATION …
Obama spokesperson Josh Earnest to the bait, hook, line and sinker as Ed Henry caught him in an obvious White House double standard like a large mouth bass. Watch the VIDEO below and see the exchange between Ernst and Henry as you are witness to the Obama White House not naming the 21 Egyptians beheaded by ISIS as Coptic Christians; however, the three individuals murdered in North Carolina were labeled Muslims. It gets even better, Ernest is forced to say that the NC murder is still under investigation and it is not known whether their faith had anything to to with their death. However, make no mistake about it, 21 Egyptians were marched along a beach in Libya and had their throats slit because they were Christians.
WELCOME TO THE RELIGIOUS DOUBLE STANDARD OF BARACK OBAMA.
Isn’t it remarkable that Obama would once again interject himself into a crime investigation and make the assumption that the people were killed because of their faith. Sadly, it almost seems like he is hoping that was the case so that he can criticize we Crusaders.
On Wednesday during the press briefing, Henry followed, “Why did you not say 21 Christians were killed?”
Earnest responded, “I can’t account for that specific line of the statement.”
“But we’ve been clear that we condemn this murder. The president was clear in the op-ed that was publish today and on a variety of occasions I think I’ve been pretty clear here,” Earnest said. “We’ve been pretty clear here that we condemn this outrageous killing of these Egyptian citizens because of their Christian faith.”
Henry went on to question Earnest about why the White House “invoked faith” when three Muslim students were killed in North Carolina, but not when Islamic State terrorists beheaded 21 Coptic Christians. Local authorities in the North Carolina slayings believe that the deadly incident was the result of a long-running parking dispute, not religion, USA Today reports.
In his response, Earnest said the president believes no one should be targeted based on their faith. He didn’t answer Henry’s question directly regarding why faith was included in one statement and not the other.