So Barack Obama gave a speech in the House of Commons. About an hour long, complaining about America and the world, as if the last seven and a half years he hadn’t been in a position to change things. He’s made many things worse.
But none of the assembled politicians or journalists cared.
They actually chanted “Four more years.”
Why? Obama blocked the Keystone XL pipeline. That cost countless billions of dollars in Canada, and thousands of jobs. But the fools in Parliament cheered him.
And Obama has his beefs with us too: we’re bailing on the war against the Islamic State. (But since when can you truly believe a word Obama says about destroying ISIS?)
It was a disgraceful visit, unbecoming of the greatest democracy in the world.
And our political and media class’s reaction to him was unbecoming of us as a great independent nation ourselves.
NEXT, my friend Raheel Raza, President of the Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow, joins me to talk about Faith Goldy's report on Muslim men acting inappropriately with girls at a New Brunswick High School.
(Plus we have an announcement concerning Raheel and TheRebel.media!)
THEN: Privacy expert Dr. Robert Epstein comes on to explain "the 10 ways that Google is censoring the internet." It's scary stuff, and you won't want to miss this.
FINALLY: Your letters to me about our reports this week!