One would think Barack Obama doesn’t have a job to do since he’s been out on the campaign trail campaigning for Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton, who is being investigated by the FBI for the second time. While Obama was speaking at a rally in North Carolina, an elderly Trump supporter brought attention to himself somehow much to the chagrin of the crowd.
The crowd, there to listen to the race baiting president, begin jeering loudly, attempting to shout down the elderly man with boos and chants of “Hillary!” Obama then instructed the crowd to be quiet. Given the fact that they were listening to the president they so revere, one would think would have immediately heeded his instructions.
If one thought that is what went down, however, then one would be wrong.
Obama begged the crowd over and over again to be quiet yelling, “Hold up! Hold up!” The crowd ignored him.
Obama then warned the unruly crowd, who were verbally attacking an elderly man, that he was serious. So, he amped up his words and facial expressions.
“Everybody sit down and be quiet for a second! Now, listen up! I’m serious!”
Like Rodney Dangerfield, Obama got no respect.
He continued his pleas for the crowd to be quiet. Eventually, they got somewhat quiet but not so much. Obama, who has shredded the Constitution over and over again, attacking the First Amendment rights of Americans who didn’t agree with his agenda, then gave the crowd a lesson on freedom of speech.
“You’ve got an older gentleman who is supporting his candidate. He’s not doing nothing. You don’t have to worry about him. This is what I mean about folks not being focused.”
“First of all, we live in a country that respects free speech. Second of all, it looks like maybe he might have served in our military, and we ought to respect that. Third of all, he was elderly and we’ve got to respect our elders. And fourth of all, don’t boo, vote.”
That’s an interesting lesson though highly hypocritical message from a man who set up a website to demonize and attack donors of his political opponent, Mitt Romney, in 2012.