Barack Obama Cracks Joke About the Death of Justice Antonin Scalia [VIDEO]

Barack Obama came under criticism by many when it was announced that he had no intention to attend the funeral of Justice Antonin Scalia. The White House paid liar Josh Earnest would not say what Obama’s plans were, but Obama did find time to go golfing the day after the funeral on Sunday.

Barack and Michelle had their two-minute photo op moment as the body of Justice Scalia was laid in repose in the Supreme Court. I guess Obama was sending a message that Scalia’s death was meaningless to him. After all, Scalia fought for and defended the very Constitution that Obama views as an outdated document that just gets in his way.

As if Obama’s failure to attend the funeral wasn’t bad enough, he is now the only president to not attend the funeral of a Supreme Court justice in history (how’s that change for you), the petulant Obama cracked a joke about Scalia’s death while speaking to the National Governor’s Association on Monday night.

This embarrassment of a president actually joked about having to appoint judges in his final year. (video below)

“Like me, some of you may be in the final year of your term, working as hard as you can to get as much done as possible for the folks you represent, fixing roads, educating our children, helping people retrain, appointing judges, the usual stuff.”

What a low-life.

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Several in the room broke out in loud laughter as Obama then dawned his big, cheesy grin. You know, because the death of Justice Scalia must have just been so funny to him.


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h/t InfoWars

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