Whose side are they on?

Matthew Hoy
By Matthew Hoy on December 28, 2006

It's too often been said by conservative policy wonks that the U.S. State Department represents every country on the Earth -- except the U.S. That is, they lobby our government for foreign interests, rather than foreign governments for our interests.

A case in point is the treatment of the still-dead terrorist Yasser Arafat. Scott Johnson over at Powerline has the entire sick story, but to summarize: The State Department covered up the fact that Arafat personally ordered the murders of two U.S. diplomats in 1973 for more than three decades. Recall also that Arafat was the "foreign leader" who visited the White House the most during the presidency of Bill Clinton.

Foggy Bottom, as the State Department is called, is a sewer and it need to be drained. We can start with terrorist-enabler and State Department Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs deputy director of press affairs Gregory Sullivan if he is still employed there.

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When Everytown, Giffords and others describe states like CA, NY, and NJ as having the best gun control laws in the country, but then say those gun laws are still way too weak, they are giving away their endgame. Full bans of most (if not all) of civilian owned firearms. https://twitter.com/MorosKostas/status/1526261684712615937

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Stronger gun laws? Bro this is what the organization you fund says about New York. https://twitter.com/MikeBloomberg/status/1525855697606520834

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