Special Ops Vet Group Criticizes Weapons Sale to Muslim Brotherhood
Criticizing Obama's plan to provide Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi with F-16 fighter jets and "no less than 200 M1A1 Abrams Main Battle Tanks," retired Navy SEAL Capt. and co-founder of Special Operations Speaks Larry Bailey says there's no way to separate support for Morsi from support for the Muslim Brotherhood.
President Morsi has made no qualms about his racist views toward Israel, his radical Islamist beliefs, or his willingness to impose dictatorial measures on Christians and the opposition party in Egypt. Yet for some reason, Barack Obama thinks that giving Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood allies newer, highly advanced fighter jets and the most lethal of modern tanks on the battlefield will lead to stability in the region.
Bailey cites Morsi's description of Israelis as "blood-suckers" and "descendants of apes and pigs" as evidence of his hostility to America's allies:
It is the height of madness to give radical Islamists--who openly hate our allies--new and more powerful weapons with which they could potentially destroy them. Special Operations Speaks condemns the Obama Administration's decision to follow through on the deal in the strongest terms.