• Jimmy Carter: America the ‘Most Warlike Country on Earth’

    America’s 39th President Jimmy Carter has, again, called America the most “warlike country on earth.”

    I say “again” because ol’ Jimmy has been repeating this same line for some time now. Carter said the same thing last month at a TED Women event. Carter also reiterated his anti-American drivel last year at the Grand Rapids Community College Gerald R. Ford Fieldhouse as part of the GRCC’s Diversity Lecture Series on human rights and ISIS.

    “One of the greatest violations of human rights is an inability to live in peace, and if you go around the world and ask people which is the most warlike country on earth, which do you think they would respond? The United States,” Carter said.

    In his latest insult, Carter said in an interview at the Apspen Institute that he thinks “American superpower goal should be to the champion of peace, and to be the champion of human rights, and to be the champion of the environment and to be the most generous nation on Earth.”

    “Those are the elements that I hope eventually the United States will set as goals. We are the most warlike country on Earth. We are laggard in addressing the problem of global warming, for instance, and we are now violating about ten of the 30 paragraphs in the universal declaration of human rights, so I think this is something we should look upon as our duties for the future,” Carter added.

    “This may not be a good thing to say to a group of Americans, but I think the historical trend is for the United States to relinquish its unquestioned domination of the world’s politics and economy and cultural influence,” Carter added, suggesting that America ejected its “unquestioned domination” of around the world.

    Somebody please show Jimmy Carter a video of ISIS scumbags beheading Christians or slaughtering a group of gay people or burying babies or crucifying Coptic Christians or murdering Muslims who aren’t Muslim enough.

    Thank God this idiot isn’t president today because the world would be royally screwed (more than it is under Barry!).

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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