Not too many are courageous enough to call the former president Obama out on his blatant failures. His lack of respect for our Military, our Law Enforcement, and the American Citizens is an unacceptable behavior for an American President!
However, in an 11-minute video, an unnamed U.S. Marine offered President Barack Obama a hard lesson in what it means to respect his fallen brothers-in-arms.
At the beginning, the unnamed veteran, who is from Chattanooga, first called out the president for the way he chose to speak following the Chattanooga shootings.
The marine said: “The day of the attack, you delivered a statement. You didn’t even have the decency to stand up.”
Later on, the Marine gave a long list of shootings or deaths that Obama did stand up for while he addressed the nation, including the Charleston shooting, the Boston bombings, the Baltimore riots, Michael Brown’s death, and many others.
Rather than standing up out of a sign of respect for the warriors who just sacrificed their lives in military service to their country, “You sit slumped down in a chair and ramble through some poorly scripted apology that sounds as sincere as ‘if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor,’” he said.
The U.S. Marine then stood up and gave a short life story of each of the fallen and offered his condolences and prayers to their loved ones. He also accused former president Obama of not respecting American history and the institutions established at the nation’s birth.
He said: “Our Founding Fathers knew this day would come, so they left us, the people, the power to overcome. Mr. Obama, you are a tyrant and nothing more.”
He urged the commander-in-chief to “step up and do what a president is supposed to do….If you want our respect, earn it, because right now all you have is our resentment.”
What a compelling statement! It took a courageous and heroic marine to say what half of the country feels!
We’ve all been witnesses to Obama’s disrespect to our service men and women. When he was getting on and off his government-paid-for and protected airliner, he didn’t have the basic human decency to salute our Military as he strolled by.