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Obama’s Memorial Day Photo-Op Blocks Families, Vets From D.C. Vietnam Memorial Wall For 7 Hours


On Memorial Day, the Vietnam Memorial in D.C. is supposed to look like this:



Instead, for seven long hours, it looked like this:



Obama’s secret service shut down the memorial for most of the day, as families and veterans who had come to pay their respects to fallen loved ones were forced to stay hundreds of feet away.




So that the Narcissist-in-Chief could show up for 15-minute speech and photo-op with his carefully selected fans in the audience.



In his campaign speech remarks, Obama made sure to mention that:


“As long as I’m president, we will make sure you and your loved ones will receive the benefits you’ve earned and the respect you deserve,” Obama said. “America will be there for you.”







UPDATE: The National Park Service, Public Affairs, and Vietnam Veterans of America all confirmed the shut-down when contacted by phone. VVA said that all the guests had to be pre-screened for security reasons, and it would have been “very difficult” to give advance notice to all the families and vets who arrived to find it closed.



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I have a suggestion for them, make the monuments and memorials off limits to politicians on these types of holidays. Especially ones running for office but trying to make like this is a presidential speech.

Great idea!

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