“Aid and comfort to the enemy”

This has happened so many times; there are no words left to describe this behavior:

Imagine this scenario: It is December 31, 1944. American and Allied Forces are in a fierce battle with German troops, who have just taken Antwerp. Allied forces are valiantly defending Bastogne. In this month 19,000 Allied forces are killed and 75,000 wounded in one of the worst battles of World War II.

As Allied forces are regrouping for the next day’s bloody battle they get word that a sole American Senator has provided diplomatic safe passage for an American pacifist group to go behind Allied lines and bring medicine, blankets, food and unknown supplies to the very German troops that the Americans are fighting.

Couldn’t possibly happen, right?

Well, it did happen.

Not in World War II. It happened in the Iraq war.

In December 2004 a group led by Medea Benjamin and Jodie Evans, founders of Code Pink traveled from Amman, Jordan into Fallujah, Iraq to provide “humanitarian” supplies to Iraqi insurgents who, at that time, were fighting and killing American Marines. 51 Americans had been killed and 560 wounded in the US Marines’ heaviest urban combat since the Vietnam War at that time in Fallujah.

Code Pink, a radical leftist group that reviles American troops as terrorists and assassins while praising their enemies as freedom fighters, brought $600,000 in cash and supplies to enemies of the United States at the end of 2004, while war was fiercely waging. For years, Code Pink has viciously harassed wounded veterans and their families outside Walter Reed Hospital, even telling the mother of a slain Navy Seal that her son “deserved to die.” Code Pink actively supports terror groups such as Hamas, the Muslim Brotherhood, the Taliban, Hezbollah and al Qaeda.

Who was this sole Senator that provided a letter of request for diplomatic courtesy to the US Embassy in Jordan to allow safe passage for the group organized by Code Pink to travel from Jordan into Iraq. None other than the leftist Senator from California, Barbara Boxer, who, it seems, will do anything for Benjamin, Evans and their leftist Code Pink group.

Members of Families for Peace, Code Pink and Global Exchange announce that they have sent 600,000 USD in humanitarian aid to the displaced people of Fallujah.(AFP/Khalil Mazraawi)

Members of Families for Peace, Code Pink and Global Exchange announce that they have sent 600,000 USD in humanitarian aid to the displaced people of Fallujah.(AFP/Khalil Mazraawi)

Letters were also provided by Representatives Raul Grijalva (D-AZ), Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) and Henry Waxman (D-CA).

2 thoughts on ““Aid and comfort to the enemy””

  1. What do you expect Honey?

    After all it is California. I suspect that even if the truth would be revealed, the outcome would be the same.

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