BREAKING: Obama Preparing To Make TERRIFYING Move Against Israel


April 15, 2016 11:04am PST

Throughout his sham of a presidency, Barack Hussein Obama has made it clear he has no loyalty to Israel by accusing them of terrorism and making deals that threatened their existence. Now, however, he’s reportedly planning to make a move against the nation that is perhaps the worse thing he’s done yet.

According to Conservative Tribune, the Obama administration has announced that they “will carefully consider” a series of United Nations Security Council resolutions aimed at Israel that many in Congress say may result in Washington abandoning Israel at the U.N.

“We will carefully consider our future engagement and determine how to most effectively advance the objective we all share in achieving a negotiated two-state solution,” a State Department official told the Washington Free Beacon.

Mark Toner, a spokesman for the State Department, revealed on Monday that the Obama administration is open to U.N. action on Israeli settlements. However, the next day, he changed his tune and claimed the White House is “opposed” to such action and would likely veto an Israel-focused measure.

While testifying before Congress on Wednesday, Anne Patterson, an assistant secretary in the State Department’s Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, said that the Obama administration has now committed to opposing any future resolutions. Her testimony scared lawmakers, who thought that the administration might plan to stand down when the U.N. Security Council takes action on Israel.

A senior congressional source then said that Obama administration could be laying the groundwork to endorse new U.N. action on Israel. The source added that Obama is “legacy shopping” and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him “upending established U.S. policy and undermining what is supposed to be the bedrock of our policy of direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.”

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