The Nook | Information the Liberal Media Intentionally Hides
- Friday, 21 October 2011 10:36
It's gotten to the point that nearly everything released by the Obama administration needs to be examined and then re-examined for accuracy and truth. The issue at hand is President Obama, who is a serial liar. His administration follows his ideology and motives very closely, which is why so little truth comes out of the White House. The Department of Homeland Security, led by Big Sexy, Janet Napolitano, along with the Justice Department, claimed that the Obama administration had deported more illegal aliens than any administration in history. This was coming from an administration that instituted backdoor amnesty through executive order because the front door amnesty bill, the DREAM Act, couldn't pass. Well guess what? The White House lied about this, too.
National Review Online's Mark Krikorian dismantled the White House's claim:
Back in December, the Washington Post actually picked this myth apart, showing that their was a process used by the Obama administration to cook the books, so it appeared that illegal aliens were deported, when in reality, they were allowed to legally return. In other words, the illegals were told to go home for their statistics, but then come back and it wouldn't be a problem.
In case you haven't noticed, if something smells funny that's being pushed by the White House, it's because it stinks; it's fecal matter. The Obama administration can use all of the Febreze they want, but non-liberal drones can smell this crap a mile away. The mere fact that Obama is obsessed with open borders and amnesty - for the sole purpose getting the HIspanic and labor union votes - there was no way in hell that deportations of illegal aliens were at an all-time high. Go to about four minutes into the clip and listen to Mark Levin. He's spot on with his assessment.
Another day, another lie by the Obama White House. At this point, it's unclear what truth they've actually told?
Cliff Levine is a contributing editor for Habledash.