Obama’s Attempt at Playing the ‘Elder Statesman’ Is Sickening
Last weekend, around 3.6 million Brazilians demonstrated around the country (Brazil, not the U.S.), demanding that their socialist President Dilma Rousseff resign or face impeachment. Rousseff and Brazil’s former president Lula da Silva have been implicated in $3 billion worth of misfeasance involving public funds.
Considering this in the context of the Obama administration, it’s almost laughable – a bitter, aft-deck-of-the-Titanic sort of laughable, to be sure, but if we were to enumerate the misappropriated, funneled, and flat-out “lost” funds that went through the White House and Obama appointees’ hands, well… In one year, the State Department under Hillary Clinton “lost” twice what the Brazilian pols are accused of stealing.
And in light of financing and arming terrorists, illegally toppling governments, and destabilizing entire regions to the tune of hundreds of thousands dead (we call those “war crimes” in the civilized world), stealing money just seems so, well… passé.
Were I to pen an open letter to Barack Hussein Obama, it would likely begin with the words “You phony bastard,” and might contain some unprintables. It’s not like we have to look far to identify something this man has done during the course of an average day that offends. What I find offensive at present is the air Obama has taken on of the elder statesman, cavalierly critiquing the lively drama that’s playing out during this primary season.
And lying his scrawny butt off in the process, which we all realize is par for the course…
“I know that I’m not the only one in this room who may be more than a little dismayed about what’s happening on the campaign trail lately. We have heard vulgar and divisive rhetoric aimed at women and minorities. Americans who don’t look like us or pray like us or vote like we do. We’ve seen misguided attempts to shut down that speech, however offensive it may be. We live in a country where free speech is one of the most important rights that we hold. In response to those attempts, we’ve seen actual violence.”
- Barack Obama, March 15, 2016
Remember when Bugs Bunny would get so angry that he literally couldn’t speak? The only things he could manage to articulate whilst stomping around the room would be “Ooh, ya… Why you… Ooh, ya doity…”
That’s kind of how I get when I hear this ambulating excrement in an empty suit attempting to be the distanced, measured Voice of Reason. Particularly when, as columnist Rusty Weiss recently pointed out, Obama has incited more violence and repression of free speech than any chief executive America ever had.
Of course, Bath House Barry’s oratory is simply theater, so it’s not going to be dissected or called into question by the treasonous establishment press, or even the GOP leadership which, as we now know, is more closely aligned with this criminal politically than it is aligned with the law of the land. For the past seven-plus years, we have heard Obama artfully incite racial tension, class warfare, and seen his surrogates such as MoveOn.org, the New Black Panther Party, Occupy, Black Lawyers for Justice and a host of others foment mayhem on a scale not seen since the Civil Rights Movement.
Have we forgotten the Justice Department-coordinated demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri, or the Baltimore riots? I have not.
Now, the Obama Corps (pronounced “core”) has descended on GOP front-runner Donald Trump. The left is gambling on Americans being so mindblowingly stupid that they will blame Trump for any violence that ensues simply because they have said he is to blame. They see angry Americans, and blame Trump for making them angry. It would be funny if not for the real potential for bodily harm on a large scale.
For the record: Americans are angry because they are finally feeling the effects of decades of creeping socialism and seven-plus years of a treasonous, Islamist international socialist usurper president. The fact that he’s also a one time two-bit street hustler and bath house refugee only adds insult to injury.
Article reposted with permission from Constitution.com. Article by Erik Rush.