Obama the Muslim: today’s outrage on CNN
CNN is outraged that Donald Trump did not correct a supporter who said Obama is a Muslim. The way CNN spins it, this has doomed Donald Trump’s candidacy. But every so often, they have to say something like “not that there’s anything wrong with being a Muslim.” Which they don’t actually believe. The Muslim thing freaks out the liberal media because they know it’s a big weak point of Obama and that if Republicans had been smarter they could have effectively used that line of attack to defeat Obama.
Trump has wisely tweeted that it’s not his job to defend Obama. The reason why Trump’s supporters like him is because he doesn’t supplicate to the liberal media the way other Republicans do. Trump will let the other stupid Republicans fall all over themselves saying how great of a Christian Obama is in a futile attempt to appease the liberal media; the liberal media will never return the favor.
Meanwhile, as I state again, I don’t believe that Obama believes that Jesus is the Son of God or that He died for humanity’s sins, so just because he attended Reverend Wright’s church doesn’t mean he’s a Christian. On the other hand, Obama has an Islamic name (Barrack [Al-Buraq] is the magical horse that flew Mohammed from Mecca to Jerusalem, and Hussein is the name that Mohammed gave to his grandson) and he lived as a young child in an Islamic country with an Islamic stepfather who took him to mosque, so he’s partially culturally a Muslim. That’s a statement of fact. Nor, as far as I know, has he ever stated that Islam is a false religion that he doesn’t believe in. And, of course, there’s no way to disprove that Obama secretly believes in Islam. (I personally don’t believe it, but there’s no way to prove or disprove it.)
I do believe, that as a result of his upbringing and his admiration for his Islamic biological father, Obama has a fondness for Islam that he doesn’t have for Christianity or Judaism. I could be wrong about that, but I don’t think there’s any way to prove I am wrong.
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I also believe that Obama likes the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and sees them as a more authentic representative of the Egyptian people than secular generals. That’s why he supported them, and also by supporting them he believed he was atoning for the sins of American neocolonialism.
On the other hand, Obama would be outraged at anyone who suggested that a religious Christian government would be a better representative for the American people than the government we currently have.