Obama Pushes Gun Control Narrative

PUBLISHED: 11:27 PM 15 Feb 2018

Obama Weighs In Following Florida School Shooting

Obama calls for gun control measures following Florida school shooting.

Obama won't go away.

Not long after the tragic shooting at the Stoneman Douglas High School, former President Barack Obama immediately exploited the situation and called for “long overdue” gun restrictions.

As reports surfaced that 19-year old Nikolas Cruz had killed 17 students at the Florida high school, Obama felt it was necessary to push his liberal agenda for more gun control.

After eight years of destroying this great nation, the former president won’t go away.

“We are grieving with Parkland. But we are not powerless. Caring for our kids is our first job. And until we can honestly say that we’re doing enough to keep them safe from harm, including long overdue, common-sense gun safety laws that most Americans want, then we have to change,” Obama tweeted Thursday morning.

Several users on social media fired back at Obama for politicizing the tragedy to push his gun control measures.

Sadly, this is what liberals do in the immediate aftermath of a tragedy.

Oddly enough, Obama conveniently failed to mention the shooter had a troubled past, was expelled from three different schools three times, and was put on the FBI’s radar back in September for suspicious behavior online.

Obama also failed to mention there was clear evidence Cruz likely had mental health issues. No law would have prevented the shooter from obtaining a gun.

Obama spent his two-terms in office not only destroying the very fabric of this nation, but he often exploited tragedies to push his liberal agenda.

The same guy who sided with Black Lives Matter over our police and protected radical Islamic terrorists after they carried out vicious attacks against Americans is grandstanding to push for more gun control measures.

Obama won’t go away, but Americans have made it abundantly clear that he did enough damage to the nation while he was in office.

He had eight years to make difference and failed miserably.

Source: The Gateway Pundit