Right Now: Anderson Cooper Attacked by Obama’s Torture Regime Thugs [Suleiman’s Enforcers] — by NormanB “Deviations from the Norm”

You’d better tune in right now. Echoing Al Jazeera from last night, Bloomberg reported earlier this morning that the attack mobs are drawn from the 1.7 million-member Suleiman Torture [“Security”] forces. Under Presidents Clinton, G.W. Bush, and Obama, the US has sent prisoners to be Tortured by these very forces. They just attacked CNN’s Anderson Cooper, his cameraperson, other journalists, and protesters.

President Obama has aided the Torture forces. For instance, a gang of kidnappers was convicted in Italy Nov. 4, 2009: They kidnapped a citizen and delivered him to the US Torture forces under Suleiman’s command. President Obama continues to commit Obstruction of Justice by refusing to extradite the kidnappers, because they work for the CIA.

President Obama holds some responsibility for the violent crackdown now beginning against Egyptian democracy advocates. The Suleiman/Obama/Mubarak forces have begun Torturing the protesters with whips and teargas. Egypt is in fact the primary destination of victims of American Torture. But President Obama doesn’t need to mention that. In fact, every time a reporter has raised the question of the Obama-Suleiman Torture regime relationship, the President has simply lied about the situation.

Strikingly reminiscent of Sept. 25, 2009, at the Group of 20 (G20) meeting in Pittsburgh, whereat President Obama’s motorcade fired teargas into a peaceful crowd of students, journalists, activists, and protesters.

Is this a preview of what we can expect at the upcoming “Democratic” Convention in North Carolina? (People are already calling it the “Blood and Teargas Convention.”)

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