James Woods tells it like it is and today he told Barack Obama off in hilarious fashion. Obama, long known for duping liberals just met his match.
America has a long memory and we will not forgive Obama easily for all he did to this great nation and the world.
The list of debacles is endless as are the lies Obama told. Look at Syria…
While he sat on his hands the world burned as untold death happened at the hands of Assad the butcher while millions of others fled the carnage.
Where did they go?
Europe. What happened after this mass exodus?
The democratic governments of Europe have been destabilized, probably forever, and if the Muslim refugees do not assimilate, as is likely, western laws may well be replaced by the stone age sharia of Islam.
Look at population figures and birth and death rates if you doubt this possibility.
It is important to know what Obama really did to the world through his weakness and it must not be forgotten.
James Woods for one plants to keep embarrassing Obama every chance he gets:
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) July 10, 2018
From Gateway Pundit:
The Boston Globe reports that City Council is holding a hearing on Tuesday to explore ways to “make city elections more inclusive” by “allowing immigrants with legal status in the country the right to vote in municipal races.”
In 2017, there were roughly 6,300 DACA recipients in Boston. If the city council allows the changes, they could be included in those who are granted voting rights — along with legal permanent residents and visa holders.
The changes would allow non-citizens to vote in local races such as mayor and city council, but they would still be unable to vote in federal or state elections.
According to Council President Andrea Campbell, who called for the hearing, Boston has 190,000 non-citizen residents, which represents 28 percent of the city population.
Hyde Park City Councilor Tim McCarthy has promised to push back against the effort.
“Voting is a U.S. citizen’s privilege, it’s the ultimate privilege,” McCarthy told the Boston Herald. “And I for one will continue to fight that it remains that way. … Voting for noncitizens is a step too far.”