Let’s look at the little figures worshiping at the Altar of ValJar. Well, if those buggers don’t look like l’il Jihadi Joe action figures! In fact, they’re almost identical to the ISIS fighters Valerie and her boss so graciously supplied with those snappy, brand-new black fatigues, RPGs, and belt-fed weapons.
We first ran this in July, citing a piece in The Blaze about a photo frame in the office of Obama senior adviser and radical communist Valerie Jarrett.
Built into the bottom of the frame are three little figurines, all of which are bowing down to her. The frame is supposedly commercially available, and Jarrett reportedly informed The Blaze that it was a gag gift. Given the power Jarrett wields – of which most Americans remain clueless – and the ruthlessness with which she wields it, we didn’t think this “gag” was as cute as some other media outlets. Given the rapid rise of ISIS, or ISIL (or whatever the administration is calling them this week), the grave threats they are now known to represent to the U.S., and the fact that the Obama administration created the terror group in the first place, we thought it more than appropriate that should revisit the ironic “gag” gift that means so much to ValJar.
The Blaze mused as to whether Jarrett really considered herself someone to be worshiped, given “accusations that she wields immense power in the Oval Office.” Well, forget the accusations. There’s ample evidence that Jarrett is the real power in the White House, for one thing. And before we decide to get cutesy with her, let’s not forget that she’s a dedicated Marxist, and was instrumental in brokering America’s ankle-grab vis-à-vis lifting sanctions on Iran and allowing them to enrich uranium at their pleasure. But let’s look at that photo frame while we’re at it, shall we? First of all, that photo of Jarrett has got to be 30 years old. She actually does look kind of foxy, so it must have been taken before her inter-dimensional reptilian shape-shifter genes kicked in. Then you have to ask: Who has photos of themselves in their office to start with? It just seems pretty narcissistic on its face – but then, pathological narcissism seems to be standard equipment with this lot. Now let’s look at the little figures worshiping at the Altar of ValJar. Well, if those buggers don’t look like l’il Jihadi Joe action figures! In fact, they’re almost identical to the ISIS fighters Valerie and her boss so graciously supplied with those snappy, brand-new black fatigues, RPGs, and belt-fed weapons. I wonder if she picked those fatigues out herself, or if that’s beneath a “strong woman.” Yeah. Real freaking cute…