North Carolina Representative Larry Pittman takes a shot at Barack Obama in this short clip, saying, "I don't think Barack Obama is a traitor, because I've not come across any evidence yet, that he has done one thing to harm Kenya."

Pittman's comments were made during a town hall meeting in Concord, North Carolina and the video was made by the American Bridge, a Democrat group that follows Republican speaking engagements.

2012-08-06-marty6_0-375x250The NC representative recalled seeing Barack Obama's face recently on Facebook with the word "traitor" beneath it.

"I don't always agree with the guy, certainly didn't vote for him. But I've got to defend him on this one," Pittman says in the video. "I just don't think it's right at all to call Barack Obama a traitor. You know, there's a lot of things he done wrong, but he is not a traitor. At least not as far as I can tell, because I've not come across any evidence yet that he has done one thing to harm Kenya."

While some claim that Barack Obama's birth in the United States has been sufficiently documented, we have also provided documented evidence, both in video format and even documentation that the Kenyan Parliament knows that Barack Obama was born in Kenya. So far, the only documented evidence Obama has supplied to the American people is a questionably fraudulent image on WhiteHouse.gov.

Rep. Pittman has also made other comments regarding abortion and firearms, which many would agree with. He has also suggested abortion doctors ought to be hanged and suggested that the state ought to amend its constitution to resist attempts by the federal government to regulate firearms.

While Representative Pittman's comments were somewhat lighthearted, I take very seriously Barack Obama's treason, and at least as far as his ties to the Muslim Brotherhood are concerned and the aid he has provided to America's enemies, I think Obama's treason is apparent.

H/T DCClothesline

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