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Sunday, March 22, 2015
First Two Sentences Of A Farah Column Are Lies
Topic: WorldNetDaily

The first sentence of Joseph Farah's March 19 WorldNetDaily column is a lie:

First, Barack Obama provided taxpayer dollar [sic] to a nonprofit group he assembled to sabotage the re-election campaign of Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

In fact, the OneVoice Movement -- the group that spearheaded a political movement in Israel to oppose the re-election of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu -- was founded in 2002, and Obama did not "assemble" it. While the group did receive $350,000 in federal grants, there's no evidence any of it was used in its work in Israel, and State Department officials said the funding stopped in November, ahead of the announcement of the Israeli election. 

The second sentence of Farah's column is a lie as well:

He never liked Netanyahu for standing firmly for the security of his country.

Not only does Farah not know this, he cannot know this, and Obama is not on record ever saying such a thing. Therefore, Farah is lying again.

We'd go through the rest of Farah's column, but when the first two sentences are lies, and they're coming from a inveterate liar, we don't need to prove our point any further.


Posted by Terry K. at 8:47 PM EDT

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