On Wednesday afternoon, Hussein Obama held a closed door, secret meeting with what are described as American Muslim leaders in the White House. Despite attempts by the press to obtain information as to the identities of the visitors, that information was not being provided.
Perhaps some Muslim leaders don’t want people to know that they are associating with Hussein Obama, and that would be a truly understandable position for any self-respecting American to adopt. In that case perhaps their individual name might have somehow been kept of the record or secret, though it might be difficult. In this case, with the entire list of attendees being withheld, the only reasonable source of that decision must be the White House itself. They have control of the information, individual attendees do not.
Since the decision must have come from the White House, the only plausible explanation is that there were attendees at his meeting who they did not want the American people to know Obama was hosting. The only logical reason for wanting to keep their identities private is because they have extreme views or attachments to radicals, radical groups or terrorist organizations.
Brietbart reported that the regime released a readout of the meeting which consisted of the general topics of “a range of domestic and foreign policy issues” which included “Obamacare, police fairness, anti-Muslim discrimination, and the upcoming Summit on Countering Violence Extremism.”
In the face of increased public concern over the threat of a terrorist attack, the regime’s failure to respond in a timely manner and participate in the French march and yesterday’s ISIS video of the murder of the Jordanian pilot, what Hussein Obama is concerned with is whether or not Muslims are being treated properly.
The readout also noted, “The President discussed the need to continue countering ISIL and other groups that commit horrific acts of violence, purportedly in the name of Islam.” It’s no surprise that an obligatory entry in the agenda summary, an afterthought it appears, was made to deflect the criticism that might have arisen if the topic of Islamic terrorism were left out of the discussion entirely.
Josh Earnest, running the typical, daily cover for the subversives in the White House, said, that it wasn’t unusual for Hussein Obama to meet with “a wide variety of communities from across the country.” He then included this particular meeting into the “not unusual” category by saying, “Sometimes that includes religious leaders; sometimes that includes leaders that are involved in academia or other specific issue areas.”
Just what other specific issue areas that might be was also part of the secret being kept by this least transparent regime in American history.