The video of Jason Mattera confronting Hillary Clinton about Benghazi caught the attention of Bill O’Reilly but not for the reasons it should have. O’Reilly thought Mattera was disrespectful To Hillary while ignoring the close proximity to Hillary of a suspected stealth jihadist. It was like a police officer arresting someone for jaywalking as he ignores the armed robbery taking place right next to him. The problem with the metaphor is that Mattera’s actions didn’t rise to the level of jaywalking while Hillary’s actions – to include having Abedin as a close adviser for years – far outweigh armed robbery.
As we wrote earlier this week, Bill O’Reilly and Martha MacCallum were both waaaaaaayyy off base when they criticized Jason Mattera for the way he confronted Hillary Clinton.
Nonetheless, both O’Reilly and Mattera continue to miss the RED FLAG wearing a RED DRESS in the latter’s video – Huma Abedin.
In many ways, this episode between Mattera and O’Reilly is a microcosm of a much bigger problem in this country. Fights taking place between Americans far more aligned ideologically than either is with the ideology and tactics of stealth jihad. We can deduce from this that stealth jihad is working.
What should be catching the ire of both men is the fact that walking next to Hillary in Mattera’s video was a woman who has irrefutable, extensive and very dangerous familial ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. To boot, Abedin began working for Hillary when the latter was first lady in 1996 and continued to do so during Hillary’s tenure as U.S. Senator, Secretary of State, and now apparently as a 2016 Presidential candidate.
Huma could quite possibly become Hillary’s Valerie Jarrett. Yet, O’Reilly and Martha MacCallum attack Mattera?!?!
Though Mattera has not broached this particular issue, he is not taking the cheap shot bully tactics lying down and is calling out O’Reilly for not having him on to make his case.Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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