Project 21 Chairman Mychal Massie on al Qaeda’s Racial Slur and the Continuing Threat of Terrorism with Janet Parshall Monday – Listen Live

By David Almasi:

Project 21 Chairman Mychal Massie recently spoke out against al Qaeda deputy leader Ayman al-Zawahiri for calling President-elect Barack Obama and Bush Administration Secretaries of State Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell “house negroes” in a video posted on Islamist web sites.Mychal will discuss the topic further and the ongoing threat of terrorism with syndicated talk radio host Janet Parshall on Monday, November at 4:15 pm eastern.

Janet Parshall’s America” can be heard on over 250 stations nationwide (click here to find a local station) and on XM “Family Radio” (channel 170). You can stream the show on the Internet or download a podcast (for a fee) by clicking here.

In the Project 21 press release, Mychal said:

While no fan of Barack Obama, I am a proud American. I find this terrorist’s remarks directed at our nation’s incoming leader to be highly offensive…Liberals fail to grasp the reality that Muslim extremists such as al-Zawahiri hate them just as much as they hate the rest of America. At the very least, his crazed diatribe should prove this very point. I hope it jolts the incoming administration into reality. Being President isn’t like playing senator or being a community organizer – it is about protecting the American people. That cannot be done without a strong military and the backbone to make decisions that might be unpopular among his friends.

To read the entire press release, click here.

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