Obama gets in one more crotch kick to Israel.
Everybody knows that Obama has no love lost for Israel. Obama snubbed Netanyahu on multiple occasions.
In writing about the relationship between Obama and Netanyahu, Huffington Post Amir Tibon and Tal Shalev wrote:
Obama didn’t spend much time thinking about Netanyahu’s behavior during the  campaign. Of his many headaches, this one was too small to register, according to a senior administration official. But what he did care about—and what frustrated him to no end—was his toxic reputation in Israel.
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Obama’s policies put Israel in mortal danger. Thus, no Obama presidency would be complete without getting that one parting shot in on the Jews.
Sending the Palestinian state $221,000,000 in his final hours of being the Head Negro in Charge signifies where Obama’s heart lies when it comes to the Jewish state.
From The AP:
Officials say the Obama administration in its waning hours defied Republican opposition and quietly released $221 million to the Palestinian Authority that GOP members of Congress had been blocking.
A State Department official and several congressional aides said the outgoing administration formally notified Congress it would spend the money Friday morning. The official said former Secretary of State John Kerry had informed some lawmakers of the move shortly before he left the State Department for the last time Thursday. The aides said written notification dated Jan. 20 was sent to Congress just hours before Donald Trump took the oath of office.
As if this parting insult wasn’t enough for Israel, consider that American taxpayers footed the bill.
However the insult continues.
In addition to the $221 million for the Palestinians, the Obama administration released an additional $6 million in foreign affairs spending, which including $4 million for climate change programs and $1.25 million for U.N. organizations.
And for those of you who just see this as a formality, understand that aides and the State Department official who commented were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter. Thus they demanded anonymity.