Former Navy SEAL Crushes Obama With 1 Statement On His Speech

Former President Obama might be back to politics, but there is little indication that his presence is actually helping the Democrats.

While it has only been a day since his speech at the University of Illinois, people online – both liberals and conservatives – are welcoming his return. Liberals are glad their leader has returned (as their party has been in utter collapse with Nancy Pelosi, Tom Perez, and Maxine Waters at the helm). Conservatives are applauding the return too, because, like Pelosi, Hillary Clinton, and some others on the Left, fear of Democrats potentially winning elections motivates people to the poles.

Case in point: the 2016 presidential election. Voters did not want another third term for Obama-like policies, so they voted against it and Hillary badly lost.

Parts of Obama’s Illinois speech were par for the course: partisan showmanship and narcissistic self-promotion all neatly wrapped under mainstream media-approved sound bites. The former president said he was the reason the economy was currently doing so well and said Republicans are divisive and “paranoid” (And conservatives everywhere rolled their eyes).

In one line from the speech, Obama said Trump and conservatives are afraid – or have difficulty – condemning Nazi ideology.

“How hard can that be, saying that Nazis are bad?” Obama asked.

Of course, the opposite is true and President Trump even had an actual Nazi deported from New York and sent back to Germany. Obama previously permitted the man to stay in the United States. But don’t let facts get in the way.

Former Navy SEAL Robert O’Neill, the man who shot and killed Osama bin Laden, criticized the Nazi line on social media and instead challenged Obama to say a phrase he often avoided.

“Nazis are bad. Now try saying ‘Radical Islam…’” O’Neill tweeted.

The comment was quickly scrutinized by someone who clearly did not know O’Neill’s history.

Because… umm…

The SEAL’s initial comment and the rest of the short exchange were lauded by some others online:

Note: The author of this article has included commentary that expresses an opinion and analysis of the facts.

DISCLAIMER: Views expressed in articles do not necessarily reflect the views held by Sarah Palin.


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