Rubio Defends NSA Spying on Netanyahu In Private, Condemns It In Public

Breitbart: BOONE, IOWA – Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) privately defended the National Security Agency’s (NSA) spying on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, even as he publicly condemned the practice.

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 Rubio and his ally Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) discussed the matter privately in a room away from reporters early Wednesday morning at the Royal Amsterdam Hotel in Pella, Iowa. The two men talked before they set out on a three-stop Iowa campaign tour to showcase Gowdy’s endorsement of Rubio.

This reporter heard the conversation while picking up a laptop computer and other materials left in a back room, away from where reporters were eating breakfast. Rubio, Gowdy, a couple of campaign staffers, and a Secret Service agent were the only ones present in the back room.


8 Comments on Rubio Defends NSA Spying on Netanyahu In Private, Condemns It In Public

  1. Gowdy and Rubio…two peas in a pod that should be plucked and tossed in the grinder….stupid arrogant GOPers….fuck them both where they breathe with Moochies’ manhood… The Republicans have gored themselves worse than the Dhimmos ever could…following the “advice” [sarc on] of Karl Rove…damn them all to everlasting Hell…. they took another good chance from last elections and blew it!!! you think we won’t remember again, you dumb fucks? your future is tragedy… BE GONE!!!

  2. The rube following obama’s footsteps in alienating allies.

    Particularly our closest ally in the middle east and more than likely the world since Europe is now over run with muslim terrorists.

    Not only is the rube inept but dangerous to our National Security.

  3. He climbed into bed with McCain the second he was elected, that should tell ya’ about all you need to know regarding his sincerity pre election vs what his actions will be post election.

  4. It’s all a tangled web, but is getting clearer by the day. Worthless scoundrels. We only want men of integrity representing us. You’re not worthy of walking in Reagan’s shoes.

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