A Very High-Paid CRISIS ACTOR Is Being Used To Nullify The 2nd Amendment
Barack Hussein Obama: The Latest Crisis Actor To Enter Political Theater
Even Obama is now a full-time crisis actor manipulating the American people whenever he melodramatically reacts to the latest manufactured crisis.
SOTN Editor’s Note:
When even the POTUS has become a full-time crisis actor, you know the globalist cabal has gotten really desperate. They routinely trot Obama, an imposter president to begin with, out on stage right after staging their latest false flag mass shooting production. First, of course, they smear onion juice under his eyelids.
The rest, as they say, is merely the makings of the latest Shakespearean tragedy. Here’s why it is a real tragedy: Obama Sheds Crocodile Tears While He Shreds The Constitution.
Let’s face it, the NWO cabal has no choice but to use every trick of the political trade to legislate their unconstitutional gun control laws any way they can. Since the House is onto Obama’s cat ‘n’ mouse game, he is forced to ‘legislate’ via executive order. In so doing Obama has cast himself as the single most lawless president in U.S. history. As a result, he is stacking up a record of tyranny that only King George III might envy.
The NWO directors have also cast Obama as perhaps the worst acting president in American history. He’s really a terrible actor who has failed to convince many political commentators and armchair analysts alike. Most agree that Obama is such an awful performer that he shouldn’t even be on stage. Even Robbie Parker of Sandy Hook fame does a better job than him.
State of the Nation
January 8, 2016
N.B. Really, how many times has a President of the United States of America been caught in the very public act of crying fake tears whereby everyone is asking:
WATCH: Fox News’s Andrea Tantaros DEMOLISHES OBAMA’s FAKE CRYING & SPEECH … HAHAHA YES!!!
VIA | Fox News host Andrea Tantaros suggested on Tuesday President Barack Obama had used a “raw onion” to produce fake tears for shooting victims during his press conference on gun violence.
Following Obama’s announcement that he was taking executive action to expand background checks and gun safety measures, the hosts of Outnumbered argued that the president was violating the separation of powers doctrine in the U.S. Constitution.
But it was the president’s emotional reaction while speaking about gun violence in Chicago that irked host Melissa Francis.
“What was really upsetting was the tears that he wiped away again and again,” Francis opined. “You want that for — I mean, we feel frighten about what’s going on with ISIS. And he can’t pull that kind of passion for anything about this.”
“I feel bad about those kids in [Newtown,] Connecticut,” she added. “Your heart breaks for them. But it’s only about this that he gets so upset about. And never about terror!”
After a commercial break, Fox News replayed a clip of Obama with tears flowing down his face.
Tantaros said that she didn’t buy the emotion because “he would have spoken out a long time ago.”
“This is how many years? Almost eight years, he’s almost at the end of his term,” she continued. “And you haven’t heard him go to Chicago and really speak out about this issue.”
“So, I would check that podium for like a raw onion or some No More Tears,” Tantaros quipped. “It’s not really believable. And the award goes to… we are in awards season.”
Co-host Meghan McCain agreed: “It just didn’t seem horribly authentic. And maybe it is, I don’t know him at all.”
“Go to your hometown of Chicago instead of talking about God-fearing Americans when ISIS is coming to their hometown,” McCain advised.
Francis said that she couldn’t understand how the president could cry for kids in Chicago but not the recent terror attacks in Paris.
“They say he’s just cool, that’s the way he is, that he doesn’t get emotional,” she explained. “We haven’t seen this in a very long time and it’s about something that feels political, that feels somewhat insincere, that feels like it’s not going to make a huge difference.”
“It’s like bad political theater,” McCain concluded.
Watch the video below from Fox News, broadcast Jan. 5, 2015.