While French President Francois Hollande spoke of "Islamist terrorism" on Thursday and the audio of his comment failed to be carried out across the airwaves, though it did show up in the White House transcript, the Obama administration is now claiming that was due to a technical issue. Sure it was!
The sentence in question from the French President is:
But we're also well aware that the roots of terrorism, Islamist terrorism, is in Syria and in Iraq.
Now, clearly we know that Obama has engaged in taqiyyah, which in the Islamic culture is deception, or we commonly call it lying. He has covered for Islam at every turn. He's not the only one to do it either. We've seen members of congress do it by referring to those who actually engage in Islamic jihad as "radical Islam," but they fail to understand that Islam itself is radical and both its leader and its history have demonstrated how demonic the "religion of peace" actually is.
Nevertheless, Breitbart reports:
"The written transcript that was sent out from the White House and posted online is and has been accurate since it was released," a White House official replied to Breitbart News when asked for comment.
A second video of his remarks, posted by the Nuclear Security Summit, also included Hollande's reference to "Islamist terrorism." But the White House says that their version of the video was faulty.
"A technical issue with the audio during the recording of President Hollande's remarks led to a brief drop in the audio recording of the English interpretation," the official explained. "As soon as this was brought to our attention, we posted an updated video online with the complete audio, which is consistent with the written transcript we released yesterday."
If anyone is buying the White House's story on this, let me suggest that you are part of the problem of why we are in the mess we are in. The only reason to censor those words, and make no mistake that is what took place, is to provide cover for another ideology, just like Communism, which are the enemies of the American people.