President George W. Bush may not have been the best president ever, but many still remember the warm and enthusiastic reception he would get whenever he met with the brave men and women from the U.S. military.
When it comes to President Barack Obama, the situation is way different.
Despite being the worst President in the United States’ history, Barack Hussein Obama has shown throughout his entire presidency that he has absolutely no respect for the U.S. military. Because of that, veterans of the military and those still in active service turned their backs on him and showed him that he doesn’t deserve their respect.
This video makes it obvious:
However, this is not the only proof of the negative feelings our troops have for the outgoing commander in chief:
According to the latest survey by the Military Times and the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University, over 50 percent of the troops have an unfavorable opinion of Obama’s leadership of the military throughout his presidency, while about 36 percent are satisfied of his performance as commander in chief, reports Patriot Journal.
That opinion was mirrored in this year’s presidential election, where nearly 49 percent of service members gave their vote for Republican candidate Donald Trump, while 29 percent voted for Obama’s Secretary of State, Democrat Hillary Clinton.
The survey poses a question about the reason why the military feels this way about Obama. According to a vast majority of them, they feel let down by Obama who left their ranks understaffed, risked their lives and their safety by withdrawing troops from Iraq and made dangerous decisions in Afghanistan.
With that being said, it should come as no surprise that there were so many empty seats at the President’s farewell speech. It even caused U.S. Army Honor Guard member to pass out in an attempt to escape Obama’s hollow and hypocritical speech.
It’s obvious that the U.S. military is sick and tired of Obama’s disrespect and lack of care, and they are looking forward to the change in leadership coming up on January 20.
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