A Google search for web pages containing the words “Obama” and “kill list” yields no less than one million results.
The controversial program, which President Barack Obama has used to target any individual deemed to be an enemy of the state — including American citizens — has appeared in every major newspaper in the country, and even graced the front page of The New York Times, who was extremely critical of it.
Don’t tell that to Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chair and Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D – Fla.), who has never heard of the item when asked about it following the presidential debate at Hofstra University on October 16.
“I have no idea what you’re talking about,” Wasserman Schultz tells We Are Change reporter Luke Rudkowski, before providing him with an incredulous stare. “I’m happy to answer any serious questions you have,” she condescendingly responds before walking away.
“I didn’t hear that as a subject of the debate tonight,” was the DNC chair’s response to an earlier question from Rudkowski about the infinite detention provision of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
How does a government official manage to dodge serious questions about national security and civil liberties? Witness the ignorance of Wasserman Schultz in the video below: