During the eight years Barack Obama was in the White House, he constantly pandered to our country’s enemy, and treated Israel, our only non-Muslim ally in the Middle East, horribly. Now, however, Obama’s anti-semitic antics have come back to haunt him in a huge way.
Freedom Daily reported that during Obama’s presidency, the Rockville Woodmont Country Club gave him membership at their club free of charge, waiving the insane $80,000 initiation fee and yearly membership dues of almost $10,000.
However, after what Obama did to Israel with his backing of the United Nations’ plan to give Israeli land to Palestinian terrorists, many Jewish members are demanding that he be thrown out of the club.
“In light of the votes at the UN and the Kerry speech and everything else, there’s this major uproar with having him part of the club, and a significant portion of the club has opposed offering him membership,” a source told The New York Post.
Obama wants to join the elite Woodmont Country Club in Maryland once he becomes a private citizen. However, sources say that members of the mostly Jewish club are at each other’s throats over whether to accept the golf-loving president, with many saying he deserves to be snubbed for not blocking an anti-Israel vote at the United Nations.
Making matters worse, Obama’s UN decision was followed by a speech by Secretary of State John Kerry that was seen by many in the Jewish community as hostile to Israel.
“In light of the votes at the UN and the Kerry speech and everything else, there’s this major uproar with having him part of the club, and a significant portion of the club has opposed offering him membership,” a source said.
“Can you imagine how angry I would be if I had paid $80K to have to look at this guy who has done more to damage Israel than any president in American history?” said an official from a Washington Jewish organization. “After the UN vote and attack on Israel, I think it probably hurts the club. If there is a club that excludes Jews, he would probably be more comfortable around those folk.”