Susan Rice's Sudden Concern Over US 'Moral Leadership'
Pictured: Susan Rice

ㅤ"Susan Rice’s latest tirade is yet another attempt of hers to rewrite the failed legacy of the Obama administration’s foreign policy and to project its moral failings onto the Trump administration. Indeed, the Obama administration was complicit in making excuses for Islamists and enabling them to whitewash their records of serial human rights abuses while piling on against Israel. By deciding to join the dysfunctional UN Human Rights Council in 2009, the Obama administration legitimized the most prominent international platform exploited by the Islamist theocracies and other autocratic regimes to propagate their lies. Susan Rice herself, while serving in her capacity as the U.S. ambassador to the UN, said the Obama administration decided to join the Human Rights Council ‘because we believe that working from within, we can make the council a more effective forum to promote and protect human rights.’ She failed. The Council moved further and further towards becoming the very antithesis of a body truly devoted to protecting human rights.
ㅤThe Trump administration removed the Human Rights Council’s cloak of hypocrisy and pulled the United States out of this immoral cesspool. ‘If the Human Rights Council is going to attack countries that uphold human rights and shield countries that abuse human rights, then America should not provide it with any credibility,’ Nikki R. Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, said in announcing the withdrawal decision."

Full story at David Horowitz’s FrontPage Mag, image from amazonaws(.com) – 8/13/18. See "susan rice."

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