‘Obama hypocrite of century’: Full interview with controversial Irish MP Clare Daly
“Is this person going for the hypocrite of the century award? Because we have to call things by their proper names, and the reality is by any serious examination, this man is a war criminal,” Irish lawmaker Clare Daly said about President Obama.
Clare Daly’s 5-minute speech took aim at Obama, the First Lady, and the mainstream media coverage of their travels.
Daly said her country had been subjected to “almost unprecedented slobbering” over the Obama family by Irish journalists. She went on to say the Irish political establishment has showcased the nation as a group of “pimps” willing to “prostitute” themselves for a “pat on the head” by Obama.
Clare Daly is anti-Obama, but she is not anti-American.
Daly stood up and said exactly what millions of patriotic and fiscally responsible Americans wish our own lawmakers would have uttered about the 44’s hypocritical words and deeds.
44 and his family were all smiles on their world tour as the rest of the planet mourned the loss of at least 35 lives during the most recent ISIS attack in Brussels – 4 Americans were killed and a dozen more injured.
The nation will only be forced to endure 44’s disastrous “leadership” for a few more months – but if we don’t cast our ballots for a REAL leader in November, it could be too late to save this once great nation!
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Helen Thomas (August 4, 1920 – July 20, 2013) was an American news reporter, member of the White House Press Corps and author. She was the first female officer of the National Press Club and the first female member and president of the White House Correspondents Association. Her most recent book, co-authored with Craig Crawford is Listen Up, Mr President: Everything you Always Wanted Your President To Know and Do.
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