Published On: Tue, Feb 10th, 2015

Star Parker attacks President Obama’s Prayer Breakfast speech as ‘verbal rape’

Star Parker appeared on “Hannity” Monday night attacking President Obama’s National Prayer Breakfast speech in which he claimed that “people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ” during the Crusades, calling his controversial remarks “verbal rape.”

“Let me put it in context then, because I was in that room and it was frankly verbal rape,” she said. “We were not expecting it, nobody wanted it, it was horrible to sit through and after it was over we all felt like crap.”

President Barack Obama smoking cigar donkeyhoteyGeraldo Rivera, who was also on the panel, expressed his surprise at her remarks and called it “harsh,” but Parker doubled down.

“Verbal rape is what it was, because he pulled the air out of the room,” she continued, calling Obama both “blind” and “arrogant in his conceit.”

Parker also claimed that the purpose of the National Prayer Breakfast was unity, accusing Obama of sending a message to extremists that they shouldn’t ever forget the past and that they should keep doing what they’re doing in the Middle East.

Check out her comments around the 4 1/2 minute mark in the video below. More on President Obama’s controversial prayer breakfast speech – click here

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