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Syrian Electronic Army Hacks Obama’s Twitter Account - Sends Video to 38 Million** Followers

On Saturday the Syrian Electronic Army successfully hacked Barack Obama's Twitter account, with over 38 million** followers, and sent what seemed to be a standard Obama message:


However, anyone who clicked the link did not find a weekly address from Barack Obama, but rather the following video which documents the atrocities of the Obama-backed Syrian Rebels. These are the people that Barack Obama, John Kerry, John McCain and many others would have us support.

Warning!!! There are extremely graphic images throughout this video. There is a section that is recommended to only be viewed by 18 and over, as well as a section to be viewed by 21 and older. This video contains things like beheadings, bombings, dead bodies, bodies thrown from rooftops, etc.

This is the truth that the Syrian people want the world to see. On Saturday the Syrian Electronic Army put this video in front of a number of people. The twitter status has been pulled but hopefully it made a difference. Hopefully a good number of people saw the video and it has caused them to think about who their President is supporting.

We need to remember that war is hell. There is no doubt that there are always crimes committed by both sides. But the opinion of a lot of Americans is that we should not support either side in this conflict. And if we do support a side I would certainly think it would not be the side of Al Qaeda, but that's my opinion and nothing more.


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