Video: Obama's ambassador to Pakistan shares classified information with Code PinkRichard Hoagland, the Obama administration's acting ambassador to Pakistan, shared classified information with Code Pink, a radical anti-Israel, pro-terror organization.
Let's go to the videotape (Hat Tip: Daily Caller - more below the video).
The left-wing delegation to Pakistan included Medea Benjamin, the co-founder of Code Pink, and Robert Naiman, the policy director of a left-wing group called Just Foreign Policy, whose board members include Julian Bond, the former NAACP chairman, and Tom Hayden, the 1960s radical and former California politician.
During the five-minute video, Naiman hands the ambassador a petition, which he claims was signed by more than three thousand people, calling for an end to U.S. military drone strikes in Pakistan.
Naiman also is seen giving Hoagland an anti-drone letter from left-wing American activists, including Alice Walker, Noam Chomsky, Juan Cole and Oliver Stone.
“We demand an immediate moratorium on the drone strikes,” the letter reads, in part. “We demand that U.S. policy in Pakistan be brought into compliance with U.S. and international law, that the U.S. government come clean about civilian casualties, that civilian victims and their families be compensated, and that ‘signature’ drone strikes and attacks on civilian rescuers be permanently abandoned, in Pakistan and everywhere else.”
Naiman, the policy director of the Just Foreign Policy organization, is a longtime anti-Israel activist who participated in an attempt to break the Israeli blockade of Gaza in 2011.