As President Barack Obama continues his anti-American propaganda tours, he stumbled into a bit of trouble in Elkhart, Indiana — indeed, trouble occurs when you attempt to make our U.S. veterans look ill-informed and unintelligent.
“We have been hearing this story for decades,” Obama said at a town hall, according to Fox News. “Tales about welfare queens, talking about takers, talking about the ‘47 percent.’ It’s the story that is broadcast every day on some cable news stations, on right-wing radio, it’s pumped into cars, and bars, and VFW halls all across America, and right here in Elkhart.”
That’s when VFW National Commander John A. Biedrzycki Jr. dropped a bombshell on the president, telling him that the VFW was not easily swayed or “confused” about their political leanings.
“I don’t know how many VFW Posts the president has ever visited, but our near 1.7 million members are a direct reflection of America,” Biedrzycki stated. “We don’t have confused politics, we don’t need left or rightwing media filters telling us how to think or vote, and we don’t need any President of the United States lecturing us about how we are individually (affected) by the economy.”
Obama’s diatribe continued: “And if you’re hearing that story all the time, you start believing it. It’s no wonder people think big government is the problem.”
I love how Obama is implying that big government is the solution — because the average American knows that’s a load of bull. (We don’t count blue-haired Bernie Sanders fans or Hillary Clinton’s graveyard voters as “average Americans”).
“Our nation was created and continues to exist solely because of the men and women who wear the uniform,” Biedrzycki said, crushing Obama’s narrative. “Let’s not denigrate their service, their sacrifice or their intelligence.”
Our veterans, our freedom-fighters have a transcendent understanding of what exactly makes America the greatest country in the world — Obama will never be as insightful and level-headed as they are on the issues of politics and patriotism.
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