Obama “Cried” As He Shredded Constitution… Here’s List Of What He Did NOT Cry For

Obama “Cried” As He Shredded Constitution… Here’s List Of What He Did NOT Cry For–7eh.,b12

When President Barack Obama announced his latest unilateral executive actions to infringe upon the Second Amendment, he epitomized the emotional nature of liberal gun control efforts by tearing up and appearing to cry.

While shedding tears for the innocent children massacred at Sandy Hook in 2012 is neither uncommon not unreasonable, many people have taken issue with Obama crying, particularly in relation to all of the other incidents that he didn’t shed a tear over.

Outspoken conservative commentator Kurt Schlicter took to Twitter following Obama’s tearful performance and listed several other major events that didn’t elicit a cry from our Dear Leader.

Included among them was the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, who was shot and killed by a gun given to the Mexican cartels through a failed operation by Obama’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives known as Operation Fast and Furious.

Nor was Obama crying over the death of Kate Steinle, an innocent woman shot and killed by a previously deported illegal immigrant enjoying refuge in the sanctuary city of San Francisco.

Obama never publicly shed tears over the deaths of four Americans in the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, nor has he cried over the hundreds of Israeli civilians that have been killed indiscriminately in radical Islamic terrorist attacks over the past several years.

Obama has also not cried over the plight of Christians in the Middle East who face persecution and violence on all sides and have been virtually chased out of their homeland by radical Islamists.

Obama hasn’t cried for any of these people as their deaths have served no useful purpose to him and in fact reveal the flaws and failures of his destructive progressive agenda.

source-conservative tribune, kurt schlicter, brian terry,

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