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Many lawmakers questioned why the US would send sixteen highly advanced F sixteen fighter jets to Egypt.
Especially since Egypt's new president Morrissey has had some very harsh tourists -- America you never call Egypt's president -- -- That President Obama was very clear when he uttered -- empty words -- the land of Egypt he uttered many -- of which she could not have fulfilled a single word even if you're sincere which she is not.
President -- -- hasn't even uglier words for our very close ally Israel he reminds his countrymen to quote.
Nurse our children grandchildren on hatred towards -- zionist Jews and all those who support them.
They must be nursed on hatred then hatred must continue.
And today senator Rand Paul process -- secretary of state nominee John Kerry.
About the US decision to send the F sixteens anyway.
We've heard president Morse -- comments about zionists and Israelis being blood suckers.
And descendants of apes and pigs do you think it's wise to send them F sixteens and Abram tanks.
And we spoke with senator Rand Paul a short time ago.
I see -- -- -- with him.
What's your view of -- United States Cessna plane F sixteens or been delivered and ten mortgage or sixteen border valid points and -- Each.
It's a huge mistake in the original deal was made with another leader who -- deposed by a somewhat.
Semi violent revolution and so I don't think it's a good idea.
I think there's a potential that it elevates an arms race and what we give Egypt Israel once more needs -- -- -- themselves and I think there is a risk.
President -- -- had words interpreting calling for those are in favor of Israel calling them bloodsuckers.
And apes and descendants of pigs.
I'd be a little bit concerned about arming person had to have a language let's reverse engineer this at that.
In any event we don't in the event we don't send me.
Sixteen F sixteens and the tanks to Egypt what happens.
You know I'm not sure exactly what would happen necessarily I think the egyptians would come -- us and negotiate with us and say.
What kind of behavior would we have to have and I would say to them maybe you should protect our embassy maybe you should let hordes of people.
Jump on top of our embassy and burn our flag and chant death to America.
And I wouldn't give -- -- I would condition money.
And anything we give them on good behavior and I don't think we've been getting good behavior from Egypt.
Our worst kiss of the worst things about Jews is also ahead president Bashir of Sudan recently for a state visit.
And let's not forget that -- as he Ronnie in munitions have factory that Israel just -- recently inside Sudan.
And of course there and they're locked in pretty closely Iran and Sudan.
What happens though because Egypt does control the Suez announced -- that they have are.
What I -- I'm not for having -- we have no relations with Egypt -- for friendly relations with Egypt and as friendly as they wanna be -- we should be.
But you don't always have to buy friends you don't always have to -- friends and so I'm concerned and I think they need to prove that they want to live in the civilized world.
Within the last year -- was seen at a prayer meeting with the radical sheik -- saying death to Israel and death to Israel supporters.
Also within the last year Egypt arrested sixteen Americans held them in the country threatened not to let them leave the country.
And when -- rattled the cages instead we may talk about ending your raid.
And when other senators traveled there with that message also the Americans were released there's still -- divisions being held for political trials.
In Egypt and I think it's a big mistake they need to show they want to be part of the civilized world.
-- looking to make all -- contingent on why do they need and what what it was there yeah everybody at dog fight with that's a real question.
And really for every plane we give them.
Israel will say we need one and a half for everyone you give them will be little better planes than what you give them.
We're giving them some of the most sophisticated technology in the world that no one else has to offer no one else can offer them F sixteens I don't think anybody else will.
And I think we should be friends and have relations with those who want -- have relations with us including Egypt.
And I don't think -- that necessarily and means that we have to be giving them sophisticated weapons.
How much -- present more secure -- going to want to be friends with us if for instance recently aboard this deal on the F sixteens and wouldn't wife and try to gets similar aircraft -- From another country back for secondary market -- you know may be that we don't have to buy England's friendship.
We have common cause we trade with China we don't -- China's friendship we trade with Russia we don't have to buy their friendship.
Trade is a great thing we can be of great trading partner but we do have to buy the little bit because it's very important to us.
That Egypt keep the lid on the trouble in the Middle -- -- -- and with Israel we don't want each -- -- -- up everybody else against Israel.
It's also in there and best interest to keep things peaceful and to keep down.
Radical Jihad and things like that but my fear is maybe they're going to be part of that I -- their statements from the Muslim Brotherhood have not been moderate statements.
These are people calling an entire race a descendant of apes and pigs and set.
I'm concerned about that I'm also concerned.
That these are weapons that could come back to haunt us in this is the first time we've done this you know -- the biggest funders of the mujahideen war.
The United States who was part of these freedom fighters bin Laden.
We gave missiles stinger missiles and all kinds of weapons to the -- -- because we thought they were the enemy of our enemy.
In the end it backfired supporting radical -- it's something no American be in favor that was our policy for a decade.
So we do need to think through giving weapons to people.
Who may well not be our friend I'd say giving it -- actually signed them but we're giving permission for others American companies to sell them.
It's nice it is at the US government sell and it course it one of Bahraini I think we give them money and they have to use the money to -- from US munitions things so that people are making the money actually are a lot of people.
In my private business private businesses that.
Right we give the money to Egypt.
About a weapons what I was -- astounding note is that -- looking at the connection between.
President -- -- Egypt and president Bashir of Sudan.
Whose name indicted war criminal.
Who has this Iranian munitions plant inside Sudan that Israel had the problem because -- munitions factory.
Was supplying Hamas against Israel we know they sort of follow follows this also are the other thing about foreign and military aid is people think -- sell -- buying French that they won't be our friends we don't do this.
Well guess what the people aren't the same as the leaders in by leaders friendship to some of the people don't see the same way.
We've given billions upon billions to Pakistan.
Research said he recently said 74% of them don't like -- in the Americas the enemy in Pakistan despite the billions we give them.
In Egypt when the masses were uprising against Mubarak.
Do you think those people were happy that the tear gas is being sprayed on them was from Pennsylvania.
Bought forward usaid.
-- really USA doesn't always -- friendship it -- leaders who are often corrupt and steal money like Mubarak.
But it often angers the people that feel like they're being oppressed by the leaders that we're giving money to so I think sometimes it backfire so impressive much you can do to make you think there's a good idea too that send these F sixteens Egypt.
One I would say that he needs to you pledged to protect our embassy show his ability I think there needs to be a State Department study saying.
Are they able to and will they will they defender and the -- be the first step.
And then I would wait a little while it's it's a very new government I would say we'll reassess this in about six months to a year.
And I think they'll be a very regional policy without saying absolutely they're not getting them which -- right my get a bad reaction.
But I would condition it on behavior -- and see how they're gonna behave I would say maybe these are releasing political prisoners.
We need to use our aid as leverage to get things that are good for the people not only their people there are people.
Doctor -- he's being held in Pakistan why.
Because he's a friend to America and an informant and yet we continue to -- the pakistanis -- billions of dollars.
Senator thanks their eyes and I see you thank you.