Elder Patriot – One of the great talents of con men is to get you to concentrate your attention on a less important item while they’re busy defrauding you of a much bigger prize. This was perhaps former President Barack Obama’s greatest attribute.
He convinced his followers that we must provide health insurance for ten million uninsured people and destroyed the entire system for 300 million other Americans so that his financial backers could reap the dividends.
Oshama was at it again, this time while giving a speech at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
While repeatedly misrepresenting the truth in attacking President Trump on issue after issue, Obama resorted to the tired refrain that Trump is a Nazi sympathizer. He was referring to the events at Charlottesville last year.
Shortly after the deadly riot took place, we were among those exposing the fact that the entire unfortunate incident was orchestrated by left-wing activists who were on both sides of the confrontation. They were aided by the Clinton’s former bagman and Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe.
We probably wrote a dozen articles at that time that exposed the fraudulent political operation designed to defame President Trump. To Trump’s credit he was having none of it as we noted at that time. Trump proved his mettle during those tough days when even members of his own cabinet were shuddering in fear.
As you would expect we were dismissed as an alt-right conspiracy site. The anti-Trump mainstream media narrative carried the day and that narrative persists among left-wing clingers to this day.
And that brings us to con man Barry and his latest swipe at President Trump:
President Obama: 'How hard can that be, saying that Nazis are bad?' pic.twitter.com/uXz5SmTFHj
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) September 7, 2018
Remember, the premise on which Obama has based this line of attack is specious at best and the discredited narrative is wholly reliant of support from the now (finally) discredited mainstream media.
Regardless, Obama’s insistence on tying President Trump to Nazis obscures Oshama’s much more significant defense of a far greater threat than a few hundred – if even that many still exist – Nazis.
Robert O’Neill, the Navy SEAL who was credited with killing Osama Bin Laden let Obama know this in a very public way:
Nazis are bad. Now try saying “Radical Islam…” https://t.co/2jS4b8OgwJ
— Robert J. O'Neill (@mchooyah) September 7, 2018
Con man Barry was using a contrived narrative to bash Trump over a non threat after having spent eight years of his presidency and until today, refusing to address the existential threat of our times – Radical Islamic Terrorism.
Because of radical Islamic terrorism we have allowed our Fourth Amendment rights to be virtually eviscerated by political con men. That was never the case in our fight against Naziism, even at the height of the Third Reich.
There’s also this fun fact that Ryan Saavedra at the Daily Wire reminded us of:
The Trump administration announced early on Tuesday morning that it had arrested 95-year-old Jakiw Palij — the last known Nazi collaborator living in the United States — at his home in Queens, New York, and deported him to Germany.
“President Trump commends his Administration’s comprehensive actions, especially ICE’s actions, in removing this war criminal from United States soil,” the Office of the Press Secretary said in a statement. “Despite a court ordering his deportation in 2004, past administrations were unsuccessful in removing Palij.”
That’s right, even when it was all teed up for Obama to bring justice to a Nazi, he punted.
C’mon Barry, just give up.