December 19, 2014
Barack Obama, the infamous monkey President of the United States, supposedly declared at the White House’s Hanukkah—or Chanukah, however the hell you spell it—celebration that he’s Jewish in his soul.
So, when the president got closer to us, and I was prepared to launch my very tame, “Mr President, do you have a message you want to share with the Jews of Los Angeles?” line, THE MAN TO MY RIGHT launched the most brilliant Presidential Channukah greeting of all time:
“Mr President,” he said in his booming voice, “when I told my Christian friend I was coming to a Channukah party at the White House, he told me, ‘I didn’t know the President was Jewish!”
The President let out a serious belly laugh. But in all the commotion of people asking other questions and everyone clicking their smart phone cameras, it was easy to lose sight of the president to see if he had anything to say.
I kept my eyes straight on him. It was clear that the “President was Jewish” idea had intrigued him. After about three or four seconds, as he was walking away, and looking at no one in particular, the President just said, “I am, in my soul.”
So, there you have it: The leader of the free world says he’s Jewish, in his soul.
I’m personally not surprised he would say such a stupid thing. We all know he’s one of the most significant puppets of Jewry in the world today, but stating that he’s a Jew in his soul essentially signifies that he’s a bonafide Jew.
Some could argue that he made this dumb remark for propaganda purposes, which is very possible. But he wasn’t once labeled “America’s first Jewish president” for no reason.