Obama moves led to Trump

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - LT. COL. DOMINIK GE­ORGE NARGELE Ar­ling­ton, Virginia

Re­cently for­mer Pres­i­dent Barack Obama cam­paigned in Ne­vada, prais­ing his ad­min­is­tra­tion for many ac­com­plish­ments — but fail­ing to men­tion his most se­ri­ous scan­dal, which was the prom­ise he made to Vladimir Putin to uni­lat­er­ally dis­arm the United States. While Rus­sia con­tin­ued to in­vade its neigh­bors, up­grade its nu­clear arms and mis­siles, pa­trol with nu­clear sub­marines off our shores and in ad­ja­cent seas, es­tab­lish mil­i­tary bases in Latin Amer­ica, fly nu­clear-armed bombers close to our bases and dis­re­spect the United States in ev­ery way, Mr. Obama con­tin­ued to want to elim­i­nate all Amer­i­can nu­clear arms.

Mr. Obama still works on this prom­ise to­day and ve­he­mently op­poses Pres­i­dent Trump’s re­build­ing of U.S. nu­clear arms to make Amer­ica safe, pros­per­ous and great again. Al­though he ac­cused Repub­li­cans of ly­ing, he also falsely told the Amer­i­can peo­ple that with his health plan they could keep their doc­tors and health-care plans, and fam­i­lies would save $2,500 an­nu­ally on health care. His plan put 20 per­cent of the U.S. econ­omy un­der cen­tral gov­ern­ment con­trol, tak­ing over peo­ple’s lives, med­i­cal care and per­sonal af­fairs. He helped de­stroy the Demo­cratic Party with his so­cial­ist poli­cies and he ush­ered in Mr. Trump’s re­build­ing of our mil­i­tary, econ­omy and for­eign poli­cies.

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