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Trump Has Had It With Obama’s Abuse of Presidential Authority

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Published on: January 5, 2017

Regardless of who won the 2016 presidential election, anyone who has paid attention to Barack Obama over the years has long been expecting his final weeks in office to be an unprecedented abuse of power, in a vein attempt for Obama to finish the “fundamental transformation” he began eight years ago, and over the course of those eight years has ultimately been rejected by American voters, as evidenced by Trump‘s historic victory.

With three weeks left to go before Obama is “scheduled” to be out of the White House, emphasis on the word “scheduled,” President Obama shows no signs of easing up on his scorched earth approach toward his final days in office. The more Obama blatantly seeks to undermine not just his successor, but the entire nation, the more it becomes increasingly difficult to describe his actions in a civilized manner.

Who can forget when Hillary Clinton famously said that half of Trump supporters fit into what she called her “basket of deplorables?” Sticking with Hillary’s terrible metaphor, if half of Donald Trump supporters fit into a little old “basket” of deplorables, then consider Barack Obama the Super Walmart of all deplorables.

In the following video, I review several of the more egregious stunts President Obama has pulled in recent weeks, right up to today when President-Elect Trump showed his frustration with Obama in a tweet that blasted Obama’s continued effort to empty out Guantanamo Bay.

Speaking referring to Obama’s unprecedented recent acts of betrayal, in a post earlier today titled, Trump To Drop Bombshell This Week About Alleged “Russian Hacking” Story, it was reported that a member of Trump’s transition team recently was quoted saying:

“At this rate the feeling is Obama will have to face consequences for what he is doing right now. We can take a very close look at him, (Valerie) Jarrett, (John) Kerry and his inner circle to see what they have really been doing…”

All we can do between now and January 20th, is pray that what the alleged Trump insider said is true, but given Trump‘s reversal on plans to investigate Hillary Clinton, I won’t be holding my breath.

USAPatriot.us reports: 

Barack Obama’s abuse of power has absolutely gone over the top over the past 2 terms. When Congress said no, Obama said yes, by any means necessary to get his crooked agenda done. When Obama is out of friends, he signs some Presidential pardons. Obama’s abuse of power has to stop.

Obama’s latest Guantanamo Bay fiasco takes the cake. This terrorist lover, sympathizer, loon plans on releasing 18 more ‘high-risk’ inmates before Jan 20th.

Thank God Trump shut it down. Trump says, “No more!” He shut Obama down in an epic Tweet that all Americans need to see NOW:

Finally someone who gets it. Why the hell are we releasing lunatics back into the world to destroy ourselves and put our men and women of service at risk? Obama tries to make it look like these detainees were innocent, good people just wrong place wrong time. Right. People in county jails could be a mistake. One does not end up in GTMO by mistake.

We all know that the CIA is clueless,  I suppose there is a possibility of terrible intel. However GTMO is not a catch and release kind of prison.

I’m happy that our future President Trump has it together and is aware that prison needs to stay in operation. Hopefully Obama won’t clean out the entire population before Jan 20th.

Article posted with permission from The Last Great Stand

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