Pseudo-Emperor Obama touched down in Great Britain on Friday, to continue his tour of meeting with foreign dignitaries. However, he is unlikely to receive a Royal welcome this time
In England to celebrate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s ninetieth birthday, the visit from Obama was overshadowed by recent controversies.
And, much as the Blamer-in-Chief snubbed Justice Antonin Scalia‘s funeral, so, too, may the UK snub Obama during his ephemeral stay
Fresh off meeting with the Saudis, whose very King snubbed Barry, and after getting slammed by Fidel Castro, Obama reportedly held a private lunch with the Queen and her husband. However, his habits of clumsily interfering in global politics continues to plague the President wherever he goes
[T]he president will visit the Queen’s home of Windsor Castle on Friday… Unusually for an American president the Royal Borough of Windsor has said it will not hold any events to mark the occasion.
The borough usually turns out in force to greet foreign leaders including President Sarkozy in 2015. It did so despite France being seen as far less important to most British people than America is.
After Friday’s lunch Obama will head back to London to have dinner with Prince William, Princess Kate and Prince Harry at Kensington Palace. One insider told Townhall the two visits “were little more than a last opportunity to sight see before the Obamas leave office.”
Obama’s recent attempt to influence the Commonwealth’s EU Referendum was met with strong backlash, with the collective ire led by the UK Independent Party. Thus, it’s no surprise he received an unenthusiastic welcome upon arrival.
What is infuriating, however, is the fact that with so many jihadist-related crises on hand and our country in desperate need of leadership, our modern-day Nero goes sightseeing like some giddy tourist who won their vacation on a game show.
The Townhall article mentions Obama returning a bust of Sir Winston Churchill to Britain, whereas it featured prominently in George W. Bush’s Oval Office. Ironic, given how Barry’s quite the Neville Chamberlain.
If nothing else, B.H.O. has spent the last seven years acting as a royal pain-in-the-ass worldwide