OUTRAGE: WH Officials To Attend Mike Brown’s Funeral, None Sent To Funeral Of General Killed In Afghanistan

August 24, 2014 2:08 pmViews: 113900

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How do you constantly manage to make yourself look bad as the President of the United States? Apparently with Barack Obama, looking bad seems to come easy. Whether it is his aloof, disconnected attitude towards the serious happenings in the world like a US citizen getting beheaded by an ISIS terrorist in a clear and gruesome video and then Obama going golfing, or his lack of any comments on racial tension in Ferguson Missouri, or little to no reaction to the shooting down of Malaysian Air MH17, President Obama is working at making himself look out of touch.

And what shows the true clack of character of our Commander In Chief is his sending of at least 3 White House representatives to the funeral of Michael Brown in Ferguson Missouri when there was no White House representative at the funeral of Major General Harold Greene who was the highest ranking military official to be killed in a combat zone since Vietnam.

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If we're just comparing the need for representation from the Obama administration at a public event, this stellar example is quite a bit out of kilter. As is usual, the media narrative of trying to make a thuggish teen into a "gentle giant" as the in the case of Mike Brown, is coming unraveled as the hard facts start to come in. But of course none of that matters, Obama and company have to represent their voting block and make them happy and a Major General doesn't play into the kind of people Obama really wants to be associated with.

Most people with any conscience are starting to figure out who Barack Hussein Obama is.

Read more below from Fox News:

President Barack Obama is sending three White House officials to the funeral service of the Missouri teenager whose death in a police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, has sparked days of racial unrest.

Leading the group for Monday’s service will be the chairman of the My Brother’s Keeper Task Force, Broderick Johnson. My Brother’s Keeper is an Obama initiative that aims to empower young minorities. Johnson is also the secretary for the Cabinet.

Also attending will be the deputy director of the White House Office of Public Engagement, Marlon Marshall, and an adviser for the office, Heather Foster.

The White House says Marshall is a St. Louis native and attended high school with Brown’s mother.

And from Biz Pac Review about no White House representation at Major General Harold Greene's funeral:

Many Americans were disappointed in the lack of White House presence at this week’s funeral for the highest-ranking officer killed in combat since Vietnam.

Major General Harold Greene, the 2-star general killed in Afghanistan August 5, was laid to rest Thursday at Arlington National Cemetery, according to myfoxdc.com.

It was a beautiful service that was only missing one important attendee:

The President of the United States.

Also missing were the vice president and the secretary of defense.

Ed Note: The original picture posted above was not of Michael Brown, it was mistakenly of Joda Cain. We regret the confusion.

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