Barack Obama to French Leaders: ‘We have a Temporary Absence of American Leadership’
Excuse me but who the hell do you think you are? We seriously need to check in to see what the fake news narrators are peddling over at the mainstream media and to why Obama does this so audaciously without any reprimand.
This is extremely disrespectful to the office of the President of the United States. You cannot reject his constitutional authority or even attempt to promote his non-existence in the world out of a delusive position of resistance. Say all you want to French leaders about how committed you are to “climate change”, but just remember who the people of France were cheering for as they rioted and protested in the streets over high taxes and soaring fuel coasts. Yep.
“We want Trump!” Macron had to go on French national television to address the people and cave to their will, which really shows that his jupiterian rule isn’t exactly all that powerful in the world of Democracy and free elections, and where there is only one of him and many of them.
Of course, to further specify — Obama is attempting to reinforce the narrative that Climate Change is the real issue (when it’s actually a big scam on taxpayers) and Donald Trump is not present to address it, or even interested in doing so.
That’s probably because Americans like walking their dogs and not eating them. We don’t need an eco-tax to fight a perverted view of the climate changing, which dominoes into affecting the oil and gas industry which in turn dominoes into affecting the job market in key states like Louisiana and Texas. You’re talking about possibly hundreds of thousands of Americans who could lose a job because a jackass politician wants to declare a national emergency on “climate change.”
From Washington Examiner:
“While speaking to a group of business leaders in Paris, former President Barack Obama said there is a “temporary absence of American leadership” when it comes to tackling climate change.
“I grant you that at the moment we have a temporary absence of American leadership on the issue,” the former president noted, which was met with laughter from the room full of French former ministers and CEOs at the invite-only event, according to Reuters.
However, he noted, “you’re seeing American companies and states and cities continuing to work” to meet targets and stay on track.”