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Five Things Barack “Crocodile Tears” Obama NEVER Cried About


Yesterday while explaining his plans to impose gun control on Americans by executive fiat, President Barack Obama shed a few tears.

However, many Americans suspect that they were nothing more than crocodile tears, and once you discover the many other things that never inspired even a sniffle from our commander in chief, you’ll understand why.
Paris Terror Attacks

Immediately following the deadly series of terrorist attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead, Obama delivered a brief statement in which his voice remained monotonous and his eyes dry:

San Bernardino Attack

During a news conference delivered a day after the San Bernardino attack, Obama again seemed fairly unaffected, to the point that he sounded as if he were half asleep:

Kayla Mueller’s Kidnapping And Murder

After the kidnapping and murder of 27-year-old American aid worker Kayla Mueller by Islamic State militants, Obama briefly mentioned her during an interview with BuzzFeed, but again his eyes remained dryer than sand:

James Foley’s Beheading

Immediately after making an unemotional statement about the beheading of American journalist James Foley two years ago, Obama ran off to play a round of golf:

Kate Steinle’s Murder

Last but not least, after the murder of San Francisco resident Kate Steinle, 32, by illegal immigrant Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, Obama said NOTHING:

Now someone please explain to me how a man can break into tears over a draconian piece of proposed legislation, yet remain as stoic as a statue in the face of endless murder and death.

Either those were crocodile tears Obama shed yesterday, or his priorities are so unbelievably backwards that the man’s heart is truly beyond my comprehension.

H/T The Federalist

About V. Saxena

V. Saxena is a conservative news writer and social/political commentator for the Conservative Tribune, the Federalist Papers Project and who strives tirelessly to expose the errant hypocrisy of liberalism.

 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.


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