Is ex-American Zionst Jew
Michael Oren deaf or just really, really dumb?
do we get live, blatant, in-your-face proof like this that a public figure is a
Nobody spins America like Michael Oren, who decided to quit being an
American so he could be Israel's ambassador to America. Since being dumped
from that job, he has been doing the rounds of US news shows selling Israel's
war crimes to Americans.
Andrea Mitchell in DC had been interviewing Oren in Tel Aviv for a
number of minutes with no technical issues. She gave him ample time to
throw out all of his crap about how Israel's killing children and bombing
hospitals and UN refugee centers in Gaza is OK because Israel was defending the
same civilization America is part of. In spite of the obvious lapses in
logic, there were no technical problems. Good connection to Tel Aviv.
Then, with just 10 seconds left, Mitchell asked for a comment from Oren on
the allegations that GoI was tapping Kerry's phone during the peace
negotiations. And that's when the BS really got deep. That's when Oren
made his bid for an Emmy. You have to watch
the vid carefully.
After Mitchell finishes her question Oren immediately responds, "I
cannot hear you, I'm sorry."
He didn't try to adjust his ear piece. He didn't look to the
technicians for help. One presumes that as Mitchell is asking the
questions, Oren can see her on a screen and he can see her lips moving. So
why doesn't he immediately show some signs of not being able to hear her?
Well, maybe he couldn't see her. But then ya' gotta' ask if he couldn't
see or hear her, then, how could he know when she finished her question?
The video connection is perfect. The audio from Tel Aviv is
perfect. It's just audio to Oren that suddenly fails when the embarrassing
question was asked.
But here's the dumbest part: Mitchell then peers into the camera and asks
someone named Michael, "Can you still hear us in Tel Aviv?"
Even before she completes the question, Oren starts shaking his head, he then
puts his hand to his earpiece Jon Stewart style and says: "I'm in Tel Aviv but I can't hear
you, I'm sorry." And it's almost as goofy as Jon Stewart.
Matt Wilstein at Mediaite
and Samantha Lachman at HuffPo
in their posts on this Zionist flim-flam were too slow to catch the obvious: If
Oren couldn't hear the woman, then how did he know she said anything about Tel
The lesson to be learned here is these Zionist Jews are not just brutal
butchers of non-combatant women and children, they cannot be trusted to tell the
truth even with a camera full in their face.
Can't wait until Stewart gets hold of this.