Even though Obama thinks incredibly highly of himself, there’s one group of people who unfortunately for Obama and his inflated ego, do not share the same sentiments. After 8 years of treating our military service men and women like complete crap, our military just stuck it to Obama in a huge way, in a public display that left Obama completely embarrassed on Wednesday, January 18th.
After hilariously deciding to nominate himself for the prestigious Distinguished Public Service Medal, Obama attended his farewell ceremony at Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall in Virginia, which was supposed to be a highly-celebrated final event honoring him as the military’s Commander-in-Chief.
Obama accepting the self awarded Distinguished Public Service Medal
But as Obama made his way to the podium after accepting his self-appointed award for his “service” to the military, an expected packed stadium and thunderous applause was quite the opposite scene that greeted him, as he scanned the auditorium with his nose in the air.
Obama speaks to empty stadium after awarding himself the Distinguished Public Service Medal
Everyone could immediately see the alarm set in on Obama’s face as he looked around the auditorium, only to see rows and rows of empty chairs filling the stadium. Hilariously, the only people even there to hear him drone on about his “accomplishments” were the Soldiers who were actually in the ceremony, and forced to be there as part of their military duties.
After 8 years of committing treason against the American people and getting more of our service men and women killed by continuing to release Muslim terrorists from GITMO, what happened to Obama on Wednesday night couldn’t have been more deserving. Despite how many awards this treasonous ass decides to give himself, to most of our military, he will always be remembered as the leader who did nothing but strengthen our enemies during his entire tenure as president.
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