What Obama Just Did On The Anniversary Of Pearl Harbor Will Make You SICK Emmanuel December 8, 2016 Politics Barack Hussein Obama disrespected World War II veterans in a sick way when he basically told them to get over the Pearl Harbor attack when Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits later this month. Now, on the 75th anniversary of the 1941 attack that left over 2,400 Americans dead, Obama has disrespected Pearl Harbor victims once again in a disgusting way. The Gateway Pundit reported that Obama commemorated the anniversary of the attack by posting a photo on Twitter of himself. And this isn’t the first time Obama has done this… This comes after White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest told World War II veterans who feel “personally embittered” by Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor to put their feelings aside when Abe visits. “A WWII veteran who was drafted by the U.S. military to go and fight for our country overseas in the aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack might feel quite embittered, and I think it would be a perfectly natural and understandable human reaction to not be particularly satisfied with the words of the Japanese prime minister,” he added. “The thing that we know about the Greatest Generation of Americans is that they’re anything…” Earnest stopped mid-sentence, then he restarted. “I think, we take a risk if we underestimate their patriotism and their capacity to set aside their own personal interests and prioritize the ambition and opportunity of the American people.” “So yes, there may be some who feel personally embittered, but I’m confident that many will set aside their own personal bitterness, not because they’re personally satisfied by the words of the prime minister but because they recognize how important this moment is for the United States,” he continued. How disrespectful… SHARE this story if you think Obama owes World War II veterans an APOLOGY! Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.