President Barack Obama is facilitating terrorism by waging a war against the Constitution instead of those launching deadly attacks around the world, including Tuesday's bloodbath in Belgium, Alan Keyes, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, tells Newsmax TV.
"The war he's been concentrating on, sadly I think, is the war against the Constitution and people of the United States against our sovereignty, a war that actually has him facilitating the business of terror," Keyes said Tuesday on "The Steve Malzberg Show."
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"Both in his foreign policy and in the policy of importing illegal immigrants into this country as part of his sort of refugee program to help terrorists come to the United States and establish themselves so that they'll be poised to do us the kind of harm they are already doing as refugees in Europe."
He added: "This guy's committed to the wrong side of the terrorist equation."
Keyes, a three-time GOP presidential candidate and conservative political activist, said he's not sure that either the Republicans or Democrats are pushing platforms to protect America's way of life.
"Frankly, I don't think either party has anything in its platform these days that's taken seriously or anything else that suggests that any of them would. They reject the basic principles of America, stated in the Declaration of Independence," Keyes said.
"They have shown themselves to be totally without regard for the constitutional provisions on both sides of the aisle.
"So you'll have people who in order to fight the war on terror believe we ought to toss out all liberties for Americans.
"And we have people on the other side of the aisle who in order to achieve their objectives are willing to let Obama ignore the constraints on executive power and government power in general that the Constitution provides for."
Keyes is author of "Our Character, Our Future,"
published by Zondervan.
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