Obama could be in big trouble this week after he was caught using a racial slur behind closed doors.
The slur occurred during a meeting on January 15 in which the president promised to veto legislation drawn up by Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., and Sen. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., that would impose sanctions against Iran if negotiations this summer do not result in a good agreement.
Obama told them that this legislation would, “undermine his authority and could derail the talks.”
The meeting went downhill when Obama told the lawmakers that they should “take the long view” rather than submit to their donors. Enraged, Menendez stood up and said he took “personal offense” to the remark. He informed the president that he has been taking the long view for over 20 years as he tried to figure out ways to ruin Iran’s nuclear plans.
Now, The Endowment for Middle East Truth is slamming Obama for these comments, which they see as, “classic anti-Semitic canard that Jews control the world through their money.”
“President Obama must know that anti-Semites both within and without the United States will repeat this charge ad nauseam,” EMET said, “and use it as ‘evidence’ for their conspiratorial delusions that American Jews control U.S. foreign policy.”
It looks like Obama’s battle for political correctness is about to come back to bite him, big time.