In his final address to the military on Tuesday, Obama had some ridiculous final words to say. You would think that this president would at least attempt to keep it classy, while passing on the presidential torch to Donald Trump. Not only did Obama try to fill the Soldiers full of rhetoric about Muslim terrorists and the Second Amendment, he then encouraged Soldiers to do something disgusting to Donald Trump once he becomes president.
Throughout the election, Obama was constantly at Hillary’s disposal, campaigning and encouraging voters to throw their support behind her. Obama was frantic to keep Trump out of office, since he knew his entire legacy would be thrown out the window if Trump became president, as he had campaigned on the promise to undo many of Obama’s destructive policies including Obamacare and illegal immigration.
Now faced with this bleak reality, Obama decided to get revenge on Trump in the most petty way as possible, making Soldiers at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida, the target of his child-like temper tantrum.
During his final address to America’s armed forces, Obama pulled out all the stops to get Soldiers to undermine Trump before he even gets into office, telling troops in attendance they should do everything in their power to not only criticize Trump, but to question his presidential power, instructing them to rise up and protest.
“Each of us has the universal right to speak your minds and to protest against authority; to live in a society that’s open and free; that can criticize our president without retribution,” Obama told the troops.
But Obama’s insanity didn’t end there. He then went on to blame terrorism not on on the Muslim terrorists wreaking havoc across the globe, but on the Second Amendment, and on global warming — both subjects Obama continually twisted facts on in order to propagandize Americans throughout his presidency.
“A changing climate is increasing competition for food and water,” which Obama then said is driving the conflict in Syria and in other nations.
Knowing that Trump is an avid supporter of the Second Amendment, he then went on to blame this part of our Constitution for the rise in “violent extremism” in the United States.
“Somebody who is trying to kill and willing to be killed is dangerous, particularly when we live in a country where it’s very easy for that person to buy a very powerful weapon,” Obama insisted.
Obama’s biggest slap in Trump’s face came at the end of his, where he defended Islam and attempted to undermine Trump’s stance on fighting off Muslim extremism around the world.
We are fighting terrorists who claim to fight on behalf of Islam. But they do not speak for over a billion Muslims around the world, and they do not speak for American Muslims including many who wear the uniform of the United States of America’s military. If we stigmatize good patriotic Muslims, that just feeds the terrorists’ narrative. It fuels the same false grievances they they use to motivate people to kill. If we act like this is a war between the United States and Islam, we’re not gonna lose more Americans to terrorist attacks, but we’ll also lose the sight of the very principles we claim to defend.”
Of course Obama took no responsibility for the rise of ISIS, blaming Bush for the mess that Trump will now be faced with as president.
“By 2011, Iraqis wanted our military presence to end, and they were unwilling to sign a new status of forces agreement to protect our troops from prosecution if they were trying to defend themselves in Iraq,” Obama proclaimed. “In addition, maintaining American troops in Iraq at the time could not have reversed the forces that contributed to ISIL’s rise.”
It’s amazing that this president would actively encourage United States Soldiers to rise up against their new Commander-in-Chief. Then to have the audacity to blame Muslim extremism on the Second Amendment is not only startling, but completely un-American. But given who this president is, would you really expect anything different from a domestic terrorist who committed treason against our country?