Washington Times columnist Jeffrey Kuhner while speaking to Janet Mefferd yesterday insisted that listeners should not believe claims that President Obama is a Muslim but instead argued that he is a “cultural Muslim” who is working to bring down the US in order to further the cause of anti-American Islamists. After delivering a tirade of already-debunked myths regarding the Obama administration’s response to the Libyan embassy attack, Kuhner said Obama is “literally unleashing radical Islam” in the Middle East and predicted that Obama will be impeached and ultimately removed from office if Republicans win control of both houses of Congress.
He is a disciple of Reverend Jeremiah Wright, it’s not that complicated, he is a believer in black liberation theology, he believes that the Third World’s poverty is due to Western imperialism, Israeli imperialism and American imperialism. So he’s a cultural Muslim in the sense that he identifies with the Muslim world, he identifies with the Arab street because like his father and like his mentor George Marshall Davis [sic] and like his spiritual adviser Jeremiah Wright, he sees them as victims of the West and of America. So in his mind, these Islamists are anti-American because we’ve mistreated them so if we just topple these dictators and allow them to come to power and not interfere in their internal affairs then they’ll love us. So that’s why he didn’t interfere in Iran and he let the mullahs crush the pro-democracy movement there, it’s why he pulled the plug on Hosni Mubarak even though the Muslim Brotherhood is infinitely worse than Mubarak, they’re more brutal, more authoritarian, more dictatorial, Christians are being slaughtered in that country every day, and now we have this Islamist monster in Libya. So in his mind he thinks he’s a great liberator but all he is doing is literally unleashing radical Islam.
The Obama White House literally left our U.S. officials to die, he cannot get around that. So I think this will eventually engulf him—I’m not saying today, I’m not saying tomorrow—like Watergate, these things take time. But even if he wins re-election, this will haunt him throughout his second term, it will be a cloud over his entire presidency and if the Republicans manage to lose this election but manage to get control of the Senate he will be impeached and I believe he will be convicted.