Barack Obama has repeatedly exhibited anti-American attitudes and statements. From referring to the Islamic terrorist attack in Fort Hood as “workplace violence,” to releasing the “Taliban Dream Team,” five notorious Muslim terrorists in exchange for an American traitor — Bowe Bergdahl. From mysteriously disappearing for eight hours during the Benghazi terrorist attacks that resulted in the death of four Americans, to unilaterally releasing tens of thousand of illegal aliens with serious and/or violent criminal records, Obama has for more than seven years done everything he can to bring America down.
Normally, in the wake of Muslim terrorist attacks against Americans, Obama’s response is to play golf, certainly a twisted form of mourning. And when speaking to the nation following terrorist attacks, he is emotionless, robotically reading words with the feeling one feels when reading out of the phone book or a dictionary. He shows no anger.
Following the Orlando terrorism, after a Muslim and a registered Democrat, a man repeatedly shouting “Allahu Akbar,” mowed down 49 people in a homosexual nightclub last weekend, a man who pledged allegiance to ISIS, the cold-blooded Democrat said on Sunday — with a straight face — that he wasn’t sure what the motivations of Omar Siddiqui Mateen could possibly be.
Instead, Obama blamed the Islamic terrorist attack on “hate” and “terror.” He failed to mention the words Islam or Muslim.
But while Obama expressed zero anger at the actual terrorist event on Sunday, he expressed utter outrage on Tuesday — looking like his head was going to pop a blood vessel — butthurt over Republicans constantly calling out his cowardly tactic of avoiding — at all costs — saying the words “radical Islamic terrorism.”
Obama understands that it is impossible to defeat the enemy if you can’t even take the first step of identifying the enemy, which is why he avoids doing so at all costs — he’s on their side.
Watch as the great deceiver tries to explain why he refuses to use the words “radical Islam,” and the level of anger he shows against Republicans, a red-hot seething emotion he would never show against radical Islamic terrorism.
Can you name another war where the American commander-in-chief was too cowardly to even name the name of the enemy?