President Obama is in apology mode again. This time he is apologizing to the U.N. Human Rights Council. Obama told the council, "America's human rights record is less than perfect." The U.N. Human Rights Council was formed in 2006 and spends much of their time bashing Israel. It has 47 member countries who are elected by the U.N. Some of the notable human rights champions currently serving on the council are Libya, Cuba, Saudi Arabia and China.
The Obama administration has told the United Nations that America's human rights record is less than perfect...
In its first-ever report to the U.N. Human Rights Council on conditions in the United States, the State Department said some minorities are still victims of discrimination.
Former President Bush shunned the U.N. Human Rights Council for their mind-exploding hypocrisy and refused to issue a report.