Obama traveled to MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida this week to address the military for the last time.
Obama defended his policies that resulted in the rise of the Islamic State.
The lame-duck president also defended Islam and blamed Americans for feeding the terrorist narrative.
“Obama said, ‘We are fighting terrorists who claim to fight on behalf of Islam. but they do not speak for over a billion Muslims around the world. And they do not speak for American Muslims, including many who wear the uniform of the United States of America’s military. If we stigmatize good patriotic Muslims, that just feeds the terrorist narrative. It fuels the same false grievances that they use to motivate people to kill.’”
Obama Urges Soldiers to Question Trump’s Authority, ‘Criticize Our President’
Peaceful Transition? Yeah right!
In the same speech Obama, fended Islam, he has also urged US soldiers and airmen to questions Donald Trump’s authority, “Criticize our president.”
Says the most thin-skinned president of our lifetime.
What a jerk.
CNS News reported:
In a speech at MacDill Air Force Base, in Tampa, Florida on Tuesday, President Obama focused on his eight-year effort to protect the homeland, fight terrorism, and strengthen U.S. allies. He said he wanted to “talk about the foundation that we will leave for the next administration.”
On the way to Florida, Obama’s spokesman Josh Earnest said told reporters, “This is a speech that President Obama was prepared to give before the election.” But at times, it didn’t sound like it.
At one point, Obama reminded the troops “that each of us has…the universal right to speak your minds and to protest against authority; to live in a society that’s open and free; that can criticize our president without retribution.”
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