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    Obama Uses Eulogy for John Lewis to Attack Trump Admin

    Obama Uses Eulogy for John Lewis to Attack Trump Admin

    “George Wallace may be gone but we can witness our federal government sending agents to use tear gas and batons against peaceful demonstrators.”

    https://twitter.com/DailyCaller/status/1288899686557011970
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    The left cannot help themselves. They take advantage of every opportunity to attack President Donald Trump’s administration.

    President Barack Obama did just that in his eulogy to Rep. John Lewis. But it’s what he does best. Politicize and campaign whenever he can.

    PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATORS?!

    I’ve noted in my blogs about the riots in Portland, OR, that law enforcement does not deploy tear gas unless the rioters attack first.

    Rioters in Portland and other cities have destroyed public and private property. They show no mercy, go after anyone who disagrees with their tactics, dox law enforcement agents.

    Obama calls these cowards, who only attack at night, peaceful demonstrators.

    The peaceful demonstrators come out during the day.

    George Wallace was the governor of Alabama who wanted to keep his state segregated. He went out to the front lines to stop black children from attending white-only schools.

    He was a disgusting man.

    Wallace was also a Democratic governor!

    Obama forgets that Wallace announced he was a born-again Christian in the 1970s and apologized to civil rights leaders and advocates for his past actions.

    You can doubt his sincerity, but if it is true, then good for him. He wasn’t the only politician in the South who wanted to keep segregation and did as much as they could to keep blacks at a disadvantage.

    Maybe Obama should remember his hometown of Chicago. That city was just as racist as the South.

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    ScottTheEngineer | July 31, 2020 at 10:09 am

    “Global warming is an existential threat”

    Leaves office and purchases 15 million dollar estate on Martha’s Vinyard.


       
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      GatorGuy in reply to ScottTheEngineer. | July 31, 2020 at 2:56 pm

      Right, so much for his apparent suspension of belief in what he preaches. Oh, I forgot, he likely “earned” no small wad for his exhortative advocacy from climate-change promoters.

      Sure, cash in and forget the moral and economic imperatives you pronounced — and still pronounce via your congressional and other surrogates — on the nation’s populace.

      Enjoy the beach, Os. Again, you “earned” the perq.


     
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    MAJack | July 31, 2020 at 10:09 am

    Once a classless a-hole, always a classless a-hole.


     
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    MoeHowardwasright | July 31, 2020 at 10:31 am

    You expected something different from this JackWagon? He is and always will be, a vile race divider of the first order. People lined the roads to the Reagan ranch for miles to watch President Reagan pass by. The only people watching this asshat will be the homeless on the streets of Chicago.

    From Wikitonary (not my favorite go to, but for this case adaquate)

    eulogy (plural eulogies)

    An oration to honor a deceased person, usually at a funeral.
    Speaking highly of someone or something; the act of praising or commending someone or something.

    peaceful (comparative peacefuller or peacefuler or more peaceful, superlative peacefullest or peacefulest or most peaceful)

    Not at war or disturbed by strife or turmoil.
    Antonyms: warring, at war
    peaceful protest
    Inclined to peace.
    Synonyms: peaceable, pacific
    Antonyms: belligerent, violent
    Motionless and calm.
    Synonyms: tranquil, placid, still

    The lack of basic education is strong in this one


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