President Obama Compared To Hitler For Not Showing Up To Peace Rally In Paris


Ultra-conservative Republican Texas Congressman Randy Weber compared President Barack Obama to German dictator Adolf Hitler in his criticism for not traveling to Paris on Sunday. Paris was the scene of a massive unity rally against terrorism, attended by dozens of world leaders, many of whom can barely relate to each other as they battle their own cultural difference between nations. Weber took to Twiter to vent a frustration that many Americans shared, but his tweet pushed some buttons and boundaries as it referenced the Germany occupation of Paris in 1940. The tweet: “Even Adolph Hitler thought it more important than Obama to get to Paris. (For all the wrong reasons.) Obama couldn’t do it for right reasons.” The White House did admit that not sending a high-level U.S. official overseas for the even was an e march’s massive size and attention that they hadn’t even asked President Barack Obama if he wanted to go.”

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  1. I was visibly upset when I saw the news footage of all the world leaders at the rally and our government sent no one! Benjamin Netanyahu was there six people down from the the leader of the Palestinians, and we couldn’t send ‘Uncle Joe’ to Paris for a few days to hang out?

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