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Treasonous Jimmy Carter Defies Obama, Gives Russia Maps of Terrorist Positions in Syria

Providing Russia with intel on ISIS positions — probably treason, in America....

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Former U.S. President  Jimmy Carter is a certified turncoat. Instead of lounging on the "Lolita Express" with Bill Clinton and Alan Dershowitz (who is not a former president, but is certainly a monster — so he's absolutely, definitely, presidential material), Carter has devoted his life to treasonous activities such as "advocating for not killing Palestinian children" and "helping Russia locate terrorists." The second offense is clearly the most heinous. Via our favorite organ of outrageous news

Former President Jimmy Carter said recently that he provided maps of Islamic State positions in Syria to the Russian embassy in Washington, a move apparently at odds with the Obama administration’s official policy of not cooperating with Russia in the Syrian war.


Let's see how Fox News spins this into "naive, senile old man helps evil Russia":

Carter said on Sunday in Georgia that he knows Russian President Vladimir Putin “fairly well” because they “have a common interest in fly fishing.” When he met with Putin in April along with other global leaders to discuss the crises in Syria and Ukraine, the Russian president gave him an email address so the two could discuss his “fly fishing experiences, particularly in Russia,” Carter said.

Jimmy! Putin doesn't care about fly fishing! He is only interested in killing our beloved rainbow sprinkle moderate rebels fighting for freedom (i.e. fly fishing! among other things) in Syria. You demented old man! Off to Gitmo with you!

This is America, in 2015. Yikes. 

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