EXCLUSIVE: Huckabee Responds to Obama’s Anti-Semitic Language

Mike Huckabee

GOP presidential candidate Gov. Mike Huckabee is responding to Breitbart News’ Joel Pollak’s recent report about President Obama using anti-Jewish language in order to boast his Iran deal.

The former Arkansas governor says:

Instead of basting his critics with personal attacks, President Obama needs to open up his eyes. The last time the world ignored these types of threats against Jews, millions died, and it shouldn’t take a mushroom cloud over Israel for Obama to realize that ‘taking Iran’s word for it,’ is idiotic and absolutely insane. Iran has the blood of American soldiers and civilians on its hands, and for decades, they’ve been murdering Jews, Christians, and Muslims across the world.

Huckabee continued, “If Congress approves this agreement, President Obama will go down in history as the architect of a dangerous deal that triggered senseless death and a nuclear arms race across the Middle East.”

According to Pollak’s earlier report, “Some critics made that claim a week ago, when Obama complained about ‘the money’ and ‘the lobbyists’ on the other side of the debate over the Iran nuclear deal. This week, Obama proved it.”

Obama held a conference call on Thursday with liberal activists.

Pollak reported Obama used “the old canard of rich Jews using their money to exert control” in order to rally support against his opponents.

Huckabee recently made headlines and was attacked by the mainstream media, Obama, Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton, and fellow GOP candidate former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, when he referenced the Holocaust when expressing his disapproval over Obama’s deal with Iran.

The backlash from the left and the establishment didn’t prove to harm Huckabee. As Breitbart News recently reported, Huckabee saw an increase in social media support and visitors to his campaign website after he made his statements against the Obama Administration and the deal with Iran.


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