If there’s one thing Barry knows a thing or two about it’s how to be unfit to be president. And as someone who went from being a community agitator to a do-nothing state senator in the most corrupt state in the country to spending just two years, of a six year term, as a U.S. Senator, you’d think he’d be a bit more careful about accusing ANYONE of being unfit to be president. After all, Barry is the epitome of being unfit, unprepared and woefully incompetent to be president of these United States. And if the last 8 years tell us anything it’s that Barry was most certainly, at the time of his first election, nothing more than a train wreck waiting to happen.
But none of that seems to have occurred to him as he chose, during of all things a joint White House press conference with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, to launch into an attack on Trump, spending more than five minutes explaining why it is that he thinks that Republican presidential nominee is “unfit to serve as president.” And it was in so doing that Barry pointed to recent statements Trump made about the parents of Capt. Humayun Khan, a decorated Army veteran who was killed in Iraq. Of course he chose to conveniently leave out of his appraisal of Trump, much of what we have now learned about Mr. Khan since his appearance at the DNC.
And it was Margaret Brennan from the Clinton Broadcasting System (CBS) who brought up the subject of Trump’s “fitness to be president” and referenced Trump’s comments about “the Khan family and his statement that if president he would consider recognizing Russia’s annexation of Crimea.” She asked Barry if such a statement caused to him question Trump’s fitness for office. To which Barry responded, “Yes, I think the Republican nominee is unfit to serve as president. I said so last week, and he keeps on proving it.” Too bad no one asked that question about Barry back in 2008. But then I doubt George Bush would have responded.
Khizr and Ghazala Khan, as you may recall, took the stage at the Democrat National Convention for what now appears to be no other reason than to attack Trump. And since they made their much ballyhooed appearance evidence has now come to light which makes it obvious that these parents had an ulterior motive for appearance. And then on Saturday, before we had any idea why these people had volunteered their services to the DNC, Mr. Trump questioned whether Khizr’s speech was written by Hitlery’s campaign, and then he questioned why Khizr’s wife, Ghazala, didn’t speak onstage at the convention. As it turns out now, Trump was right to ask.
And as Mr. Khan made the rounds on all the Sunday shows, it was during CNN’s “State of the Union” that he accused Trump of having “a black soul” and described him as being someone who is “totally unfit” for leadership. Trump then took to Twitter on Monday, tweeting, "Mr. Khan, who does not know me, viciously attacked me from the stage of the DNC and is now all over T.V. doing the same." But again, at the very same time that Mr. Khan was making the rounds in order to slam Trump, we were finding out much more about his rather questionable background and what was likely his main motivation for being so vocal about Trump in the first place.
And it quickly became obvious that this was an issue that Barry had no intention of letting go. He said, “The notion that he would attack a Gold Star family that had made such extraordinary sacrifices on behalf of our country, the fact that he doesn’t appear to have basic knowledge around critical issues in Europe, in the Middle East, in Asia, means that he’s woefully unprepared to do this job.” And then he went on to add that “this is not just my opinion.” As if Barry or, his Democrat wanna-be replacement, Hitlery care so very much about any of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. Because they most certainly do not!
Anyway, Barry went on to say, “I think what’s been interesting is the repeated denunciations of his statements by leading Republicans, including the speaker of the House and the Senate majority leader and prominent Republicans like John McCain, and the question I think they have to ask themselves is: if you are repeatedly having to say in very strong terms that what he has said is unacceptable, why are you still endorsing him?” And then, in what was become his very typical smug and arrogant style, Barry went on to ask, “What does this say about your party that this is your standard bearer?” Frankly, it tells me I got a guy who’s not afraid to fight!
And I guess Barry has long since forgotten his many gaffes, such has claiming there were 58 states or how he thought Hawaii was actually part of Asia, to name just a couple. Because he said, “This isn’t a situation where you have an episodic gaffe. This is daily and weekly where they are distancing themselves from statements he’s making. There has to be a point at which you say this is not someone I can support for president of the United States even if he purports to be a member of my party.” Barry added, “And the fact that, that has not yet happened makes some of these denunciations ring hollow.” Barry truly does think he’s the smartest guy in the room.
And Barry was far from being done with his rant about Trump, and those who support him, as he went on to say, “I don’t doubt their sincerity. I don’t doubt that they were outraged about some of the statements that Mr. Trump and his supporters made about the Khan family, but there has to come a point at which you say somebody who makes those statement doesn’t have the judgement, the temperament, the understanding to occupy the most powerful position in the world, because a lot of people depend on the White House getting stuff right, and this is different than just having policy disagreements.” What has Barry gotten right in the last eight years?
Barry said he recognizes that Republicans “all profoundly disagree” with him and Democrat presidential nominee Hitlery “on tax policy or on certain elements of foreign policy, but there have been Republican presidents with whom I disagreed with, but I didn’t have a doubt that they could function as president.” Barry added, “I think I was right, and Mitt Romney and John McCain were wrong on certain policy issues, but I never thought that they couldn’t do the job.” So he says now. Look, there is nothing that this lying meat sack could say that would convince me that had he lost in 2008 or in 2012 that he would have made nice with the winner.
And to hear Barry now make the claim that had his Republican presidential rivals won, while he “would have been disappointed,” he still would have told the American people: “This is our president, and I know that they’re going to abide by certain norms and rules and common sense, will observe basic decency, will have enough knowledge about economic policy and foreign policy and our constitutional traditions and rule of law that our government will work, and then we’ll compete four years from now to try to win an election.” Anyone who actually believes that that would have actually been Barry’s response to losing, is a complete liberal moron.
But Barry still went on to say, “But that’s not the situation here, and that’s not just my opinion. That is the opinion of many prominent Republicans. There has to come a point at which you say enough.” Barry said, “And the alternative is that the entire party – the Republican Party – effectively endorses and validates the positions that are being articulated by Mr. Trump, and as I said in my speech last week, I don’t think that actually represents the views of a whole lot of Republicans out there.” Now those “prominent Republicans” to which he refers are the RINOs of our party. And judging by the polls many Americans DO support Trump’s position on most issues.
And let’s face it, throughout the 1990s and into the early years of the new millennium Trump had consistently said that he had no intention of running for president unless, of course, the country got so screwed up that he would feel compelled to step in and do what he was uniquely qualified to do. So when the worst president in our nation’s history, worse even than Jimmy Carter, says Trump shouldn't be president he really has no one to blame but himself that Trump is now on the verge of becoming president. So I wonder, is Barry hinting that if Trump does win the election, he will take it upon himself to rescue the voters from themselves and refuse to step down?
But let’s not forget that it was the Republican elites, courtesy of their many broken promises and endless attacks on the Tea Party that caused his rise to the front of the pack. Trump is the blowback from no significant Republican action against any of Barry’s policies. And however inarticulate he may be in responding, Trump was attacked by an immigration lawyer, Mr. Khan, who stands to lose substantial business if Trump's stated policies are enacted. How convenient for Mr. Khan that his son died an American hero. The father surely isn't! Likewise Trump isn’t exactly proving to be the PR genius he was against his 17 Republican opponents.
But look, while Trump wasn't my first choice he is now the only choice we have unless we want to give the anti-American Socialists control of the Supreme Court. We have too many Republicans who have grown far too comfortable and they prefer to attack the person rocking the boat instead of helping him row us safely to shore. Trump is New York tough. If he was still a full-fledged liberal and the Democrat candidate, they would be praising him for the same things they’re now attacking him for and you wouldn't see them calling him out in the press. Republicans are becoming traitors to their party and by aiding Hitlery, becoming traitors to our country.