It’s interesting, and not in a good way, how Michael Skolnik and other Obama apologists think posting pictures of him in various situations while he was the president somehow proves something about Trump.
Like this odd photo of Obama toasting Merkel and refusing to make eye contact with her …
Back when The United States was the leader of the free world. pic.twitter.com/ukqZoi9kjB
— Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) June 9, 2018
Back when The United States was bowing and allowing the rest of the world to trample on her.
Back when he said "Transmit to Vlad I'll have more flexibility after the election" and gave pallets of cash to state sponsors of terrorism?
— Ordy's Summer Lovin' (@OrdyPackard) June 10, 2018
They seriously make it too easy, right?
I also recall Obama spied on Merkel and she exploded about it.
But hey, President Noscandal could do no wrong.
— Brad Slager-Stealing WiFi In Weasel's Bar ???? (@MartiniShark) June 10, 2018
Oh, yeah, that.
An investigation by the German parliament is raising questions on whether the Obama administration not only spied on journalists in that country, but also interfered in the exercise of the free press under the guise of U.S. national security.
On Thursday, Germany’s intelligence coordinator, Günter Heiss, testified before a parliamentary investigative committee of the German parliament, the Bundestag, focused on the activities of the U.S. National Security Agency’s spying on Germany and whether the German intelligence agency BND had any knowledge of it.
That the NSA was spying on German officials is not new, though it continues to upset free press advocates and those with memories of repressive governments both Communist and Nazi. In 2013, the German magazine Der Spiegel, using information gleaned from files stolen and leaked by Edward Snowden, first reported that the NSA was intercepting German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cell phone communications.
No wonder he wouldn’t make eye contact with her in that photo.
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— Taxpayer1234 (@Taxpayers1234) June 10, 2018
Leading from behind, he appeased everyone but Americans, whom he despised.
— Dwarfclone (@Dwarfclone) June 10, 2018
Back when he wire tapped her?
— Pepper (@WineAndLiberty) June 10, 2018
And just what was the net benefit of Obama rolling over for every world leader?
What was it THIS country got from that arrangement?
— Judson McCulloch (@JudsonMcCulloch) June 10, 2018
Ah, the old days. pic.twitter.com/2n4qrtB3f5
— Aldous Huxley's Ghost™ (@AF632) June 10, 2018
Good times, right?
No, this is when adults were in charge. pic.twitter.com/sxM2BzvH5t
— The Blue Knight (@DoctorKOH) June 10, 2018
You misspelled backbencher.
— Me&MyFriend (@NinjaRor) June 10, 2018
He Was SPYING On Her, you absolute Dolt‼️
— CathleenO (@cmortolani) June 10, 2018
Was this taken during Obama's "Apology Tour" or his "Bowing and Scraping Tour?"
— Matt Cates (@Matt_Cates) June 10, 2018
Bruh…HE SPIED ON HER.
— Jared (@jaredstill) June 10, 2018
Remember when Obama mocked Mitt Romney, for saying Russia posed a significant threat to U.S. interests? ?
— dansobidey (@sobidey) June 10, 2018
We do we do!
Stupidest tweet of the year right here. ?
— WatchingSwampDrain (@DrainWatching) June 10, 2018
— Polybius Champion (@hiker1967) June 10, 2018