‘Alone With Jesus’  is a collection of daily devotions born out of author Mychal Massie’s quiet time with Jesus over the past thirty-six years as a born again Christian and ordained minister. The devotions are intended to help you see and live a life of Christ in your daily lives.

How Low Can Obama Go?

Never in my life, inside or outside of politics, have I observed such dishonesty in a political leader as we have witnessed with Obama. He is the most mendacious political figure I have ever seen. Even by the low standards of his presidential predecessors, his narcissistic, contumacious arrogance is unparalleled. Using Obama as the bar, Nero would have been elevated to sainthood.

I know that every person with the exception of neo-Leninists, the followers of Saul Alinsky and those who worship skin color, realizes that Obama is a loathsome human being.

But reading the transcripts of his speech, make that his “tirade,” at the University of Illinois was the most despicable behavior ever by a person known for behaving poorly.

Obama referred to himself 102 times in his 64-minute screed. If you’re keeping track that means he referenced himself approximately 1.6 times every minute. But we’re accustomed to the “food stamp” president boasting of his mythological accomplishments.

However, it was when the loathsome, sneering, yellow-toothed, pernicious calumniator veered off in an attempt to defend himself against the litany of factual accusations against him, that he sank to a low-point even for him.

It was then that he called the Muslim terrorists who murdered Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods, Glen Doherty, and Christopher Stevens in Benghazi a “conspiracy theory.” I believe that he chose that college campus moment to say that intentionally. I believe he has been aching to attack the memory of the lives lost in Benghazi and he knew that he could spitefully defame the memory of four brave Americans in that venue. His audience was college students barely dry behind the ears. He could have stripped naked and demonstrated sexual acts and they would have applauded him, ergo he had arrived at the perfect moment to attack the memory of those he is personally responsible for allowing to be murdered.

From a person who has taken moral opprobriousness to unparalleled lows, even for him this was a new low. Those Flagged-draped coffins were not a conspiracy. The lifeless bodies inside those coffins were not the result of a conspiracy. The pain the families, friends and military brothers experienced is not a conspiracy.

We’ve watched Obama tell people to their face that they had to get used to living on less because manufacturing jobs weren’t coming back. We watched him sneer and say he guessed they made a mistake regarding the cost healthcare would ultimately be. We watched the amoral pettifogger refuse to say the words “Islamic terrorists” as Muslim terrorists murdered Americans on American soil from one coast to the other. We watched him say the rightwing was making up lies about obamacare and that we would be able to keep our doctors. We watched him tell business owners who had sacrificed to succeed that “you didn’t build that.”

We knew Obama was the worst that humanity had to offer, but the verbal attack on the families and the murdered men in Benghazi is as low as person can sink.

We watched Obama invoke the blessings of God upon Planned Parenthood, saying that they did good work, even as they are responsible for murdering nearly 20 million black children. We watched his administration force homosexual sensitivity classes on children in grades K through 5. We watched his administration force businesses and schools into letting men use bathrooms while our daughters, mothers, wives and girlfriends were using them.

But for him to call Benghazi a “conspiracy theory” is as low as it gets even for him.

Mychal Massie

About the Author

Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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