Al-Qaeda Stronger Than Ever After 5 Years Of Obama’s Policies



Remember how all the Libs said that George Bush was the “worst president ever”? Well, seems to me that there was hardly a peep out of Al Qaeda after 8 years of Bush. And the effect of the Obama years? It’s been like MiracleGro for the Muslims! In fact, Al Qaeda is so big and so strong right now that a single threat from them has caused the US to shut all embassies starting today.

Almost makes you think Obama has already begun the process of surrendering America to Islam.

From The Hill: Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Sunday called the latest terror threat “scary,” and said that an emboldened al Qaeda has been “on steroids” since the last year’s deadly strike on the U.S. diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya.

“I had a briefing with the vice president and it is scary,” Graham said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “Al Qaeda is on the rise in this part of the world.”

“They attacked our consulate, they killed an ambassador, a year has passed, and nobody has paid a price,” he added. “After Benghazi, these al Qaeda types are really on steroids thinking we’re weaker and they’re stronger.”

According to multiple media reports, U.S. officials say they’ve obtained new intelligence suggesting that al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula is in the final stages of planning attacks against a handful of U.S. and Western targets across the Middle East and Northern Africa.

“The goal is to drive us out of the Middle East…they want to drive the West out of the Mideast and take over these Muslim countries and create an al Qaeda-type religious entity in the place of what exists today,” Graham said. “So this is an effort to terrorize us, to drive us out of the Mideast, and if we ever take the bait and try to come and home and create fortress America, there will be another 9/11.”

The South Carolina Republican said the Obama administration has handled this latest round of threats properly after having “dropped the ball” on Benghazi.
“I appreciate what the administration is doing, they’re taking the right approach to this,” he said. “Benghazi was a complete failure – the threat was real, the reporting was real and we basically dropped the ball. We’ve learned from Benghazi, thank God, and the administration’s doing this right.”

The security precautions by the Obama administration underscore the impact of the Benghazi strike, which fell on the 11-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and killed four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens.

The last time State Department officials issued such forceful warnings of a terrorist strike was prior to that assault. Republicans have accused the Obama administration of being unprepared for the Benghazi attack. source – The Hill

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  1. “The goal is to drive us out of the Middle East…they want to drive the West out of the Mideast and take over these Muslim countries and create an al Qaeda-type religious entity in the place of what exists today and that is why we are helping them and training these rebels in Syria,this is why we supported Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, and why we used NATO to off Muammar Qadhifi in Libya and make it another al Qaeda stronghold,who do you think helped create Hamastan,Gaza and left Iraq a sore that won’t stop bleeding we’ve gone crazy and out of control dangerous here in Washington ,” Graham said.

    Unmasking the embassy threat

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