Well, how about that? The Obama administration and its lackeys continue to condemn and attempt to criminalize free speech while pitifully attempting to use a crummy movie as a false pretext for the violence and deadly attacks at our embassies. Ambassador Rice doubled down on that idiocy yesterday. She claimed the violence and attacks were “spontaneous” and were a result of a “heinous” movie. That icky free speech! She absurdly said this even as the Libyan President declared that assertion was patently false.
So, since this is their story and they are sticking to it, what will they do when President Obama continues to spike the football? What will they say when a movie devoted entirely to football spiking and Obama-stroking over the killing of Osama bin Laden is released?
Twitter users want to know.
— Michael G. Hoffman (@mghoffman57) September 16, 2012
I wonder if Obama is going to arrest the head of Sony Pictures when the killing Bin Laden movie is released? Aren't people going to die?
— Thought Criminal #1 (@Revenant0202) September 16, 2012
— Velvet Hammer (@velvethammer) September 16, 2012
— Nathan Hale (@NH92276) September 15, 2012
I Guess the White House is now scrambling to stop Sony's "Killing bin Laden" film… No?
— Kelly (@KLSouth) September 16, 2012
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) September 16, 2012
More from Breitbart’s Big Hollywood:
Moreover, an excuse Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will not be able to use in the case of “Zero Dark Thirty” (as she did with “Innocence of Muslims”) is the cowardly and self-righteous claim that the federal government and the Obama White House had nothing to do with “Zero Dark Thirty.”
Because the federal government and the Obama White House had everything to do with “Zero Dark Thirty.”
As we now know, in an effort to get this glitzy in-kind contribution (tens of millions of dollars) up on the screen in time to affect the election, it was the Obama Administration that gave the filmmakers tons of encouragement and a troubling amount of access to all kinds of classified material.
Huh. Fancy that. Will there be more “not premeditated” violence over such an “offensive” movie?
Will Omeba cancel the release of the Osama bin Laden movie, in which he takes credit for the killing, to avoid more #MiddleEast violence?
— El Floyo (@Fingersflying) September 17, 2012
Or does Obama only quash free speech when it doesn’t suit his own agenda? Stay tuned!