Liberals have long been known for shedding crocodile tears, using a fake sense of altruism and empathy to push their political agendas—Obama was nothing new in this trend.
Just yesterday, there was a massive terrorist bombing of an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. President Trump recently gave a speech addressing it, and it’s interesting to compare his speech to ex-President Obama’s speech regarding the Orlando Nightclub Shooting.
Upon watching Barrack Obama’s speech, several major things can be noted:
- He does not mention Islam ONCE, despite the fact that the motivation was clearly religious
- He uses this shooting to promote a pro-LGBT agenda
- Not even 4 minutes in, Obama pushes an anti-gun agenda, spouting how easy it is for people to get guns
Here are some notable quotes from Barrack Obama’s speech:
“We have reached no definitive judgment on the price motivation of the killer.”
“Today marks the most deadly shooting in American history. The shooter was apparently armed with a handgun and a powerful assault rifle. This massacre, is therefore, a further reminder of how easy it is for someone to get their hands on a weapon that lets them shoot people in a school or in a house or worship or a movie theater or in a nightclub. We have to decide if that’s the kind of country we want to be.”
“The FBI is appropriately investigating this as an act of terrorism and I’ve directed that we must spare no effort to determine what, if any, inspiration of association this killer may have had with terrorist groups. What is clear, is that he is a person filled with hatred.”
Typical Barrack Obama, using a tragic event to push his own selfish agenda. It seems that liberals will never understand the fact that guns are TOOLS, and that they are morally neutral. They can be used for good, to defend oneself and one’s family, or for evil.
He’s also very quick to pander to Islamic extremists—he claims that the “motivation is unclear,” and that the shooter has no known association to terrorist groups, although it’s very clear that the shooting was motivated by far-right Islamic teachings.
Let’s compare this with how Donald Trump reacts to the Manchester bombing.
First, and most notable, he does not use this tragic event to push any sort of agenda. He doesn’t bring up gun rights, he doesn’t bring up his travel ban, he doesn’t bring up ANYTHING. He just expresses his condolences.
Then, he vows to drive this “wicked ideology,” out of “our society forever,” which is an expert way to reference Islam without offending the hyper-sensitive liberal media. Any mentioning of Islam by President Trump will likely create a media storm, so he’s careful not to explicitly mention it.
He did, however, reference a “wicked ideology,” and we all know what that means. He was very clear that we need to “obliterate it,” and that we need to “drive out,” the terrorists and extremists, “and those that give them comfort.”
In less than half the time it took Obama to deliver a speech, Trump did twice as much—not only did he avoid pushing an agenda, but he tactfully pointed out the truth that we all know, but can’t say…that there is a very strong link between Islam and extremist organizations.
Yes, clearly not all Muslims are extremists—but only a fool could deny the link between the two, and many try to.