When last we heard from former Democratic congresswoman and jihad-coddling tool of anti-American transnationalism Cynthia McKinney, she was sailing to Gaza to deliver medical supplies to Hamas. The Israeli Navy turned back her S.S. Moonbat.
Alas, her Islamofascist-boosting journeys are far from over.
A former U.S. congresswoman slammed U.S. policy on Libyan state TV late Saturday and stressed the “last thing we need to do is spend money on death, destruction and war.”
The station is fiercely loyal to Moammar Gadhafi and her interview was spliced with what appeared to be rallies in support of the embattled Libyan leader.
“I think that it’s very important that people understand what is happening here. And it’s important that people all over the world see the truth. And that is why I am here … to understand the truth,” former Rep. Cynthia McKinney said during a live interview.
…At one point during the interview, state TV cut to what it said were live airstrikes, hitting Gadhafi’s compound. “Is that a bomb?” McKinney asked. “I want to say categorically and very clearly that these policies of war … are not what the people of the United States stand for, and it’s not what African-Americans stand for,” she told state TV.
She’s got some nerve purporting to represent what any Americans stand for — given her unceremonious ousting at the hands of her constituents five years ago.
As for McKinney’s quest for the “truth,” this is a woman who put the capital “T” in it and continues to consort with 9/11 conspiracy nutjobs.
Not since Seattle’s Baghdad Jim McDermott took Saddam’s cash and trashed America while on an Iraq junket as our soldiers prepared for war has the world been treated to such shameless left-wing treachery on foreign soil.
I wonder if she’s going to make like Dennis Kucinich and run for office again in McDermott’s home state of Washington? Tools of a feather…blog comments powered by Disqus
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