Obama Doesn't Even Trust His Own Praetorian Guard

Doug Bandler's picture
Submitted by Doug Bandler on Tue, 2013-02-12 21:52

http://blurbrain.com/marines-m...

Take a close look at the M-14 rifles the Marines where carrying at Obama’s second inauguration. The bolts have been removed from the rifles rendering them unable to fire a round.

Apparently Obama’s Secret Service doesn’t trust the USMC. Simply searching each guy to make sure he didn’t have a live round hidden on him wasn’t enough, they had to make sure the guns were inoperable.

Remember all those times George Bush (miss him yet?) traveled to Iraq to meet the troops? Troops who had working rifles slung on their shoulders, with loaded magazines in pouches on their belt.

I can’t recall ever seeing the troops with weapons in hand when Obama paid them a visit and after seeing this, if anyone can find such a photo, I’d have to bet that the bolt carriers had been removed prior to Obama’s arrival.

It’s painfully obvious how much contempt Obama has toward the military and the feeling is mutual…and the Secret Service knows it too.

Its amazing to think that America's first few Presidents didn't even have body guards. They walked around without protection most of the time. Now, we have a President who is hostile to the Founder's America (or what's left of it) and he has to disarm his own military during celebrations. America has veered so far off course its heart breaking.


Classic Paranoia Actions of a "Dictator"

Sandi's picture

On top of setting out the litmus test in determining who will stay and who must go in his military leaders. "The new litmus test of leadership in the military is if they will fire on US citizens or not". Those who will not are being removed.

It's nice to know...

Kyle Jacob Biodrowski's picture

He doesn't trust the military and the military doesn't trust him. I prefer it this way given who Obama is. I hope Obama is terrified, it will slow him down.

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