Media Shielded Voters from Obama’s Israel Intentions

Jack Cashill
American Thinker

When President Barack Obama publicly endorsed the Palestinian view of Israel’s future this week, he took many Americans, including many of his Jewish-American supporters, by surprise. Had the media been doing their job, he would not have surprised anyone.

In April 2008, Peter Wallsten of the Los Angeles Times wrote a lengthy article titled “Allies of Palestinians see a friend in Obama.” The article pulled some of its information from a video shot at a 2003 farewell dinner for Rashid Khalidi, a Palestinian booster and a de facto spokesman for the PLO during his Beirut years. Khalidi, who had spent several years at the University of Chicago, was leaving for New York…

…The [Los Angeles] Times, which endorsed Obama for president, steadfastly refused to share the videotape despite the demand by the McCain camp and others to release it.  This was, of course, one of many clues to Obama’s character that the media either suppressed or refused to seek…

Read the entire article at American Thinker.

Related: How the Media Falsify Obama’s Origins Story, also by Jack Cashill via Gulag Bound.

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