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Senior Advisor to the President Valerie Jarrett builds the figurative bombs that Obama later throws at America

America’s real president wears a skirt


By —— Bio and Archives--October 31, 2013

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Barack Obama is not the Emperor Without Clothes; he’s a president in a skirt.

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Nor is Obama, in effect the real President of the U.S.  Without even a single vote cast her way, Valerie Jarrett is.

From a well-hidden lair somewhere in the White House, Senior Advisor to the President Valerie Jarrett builds the figurative bombs that Obama later throws at America.

Tied to a Teleprompter and instructed what to say, Obama only ventures out to speak mainly to captive audiences of high school and university students, easily impressed from having been spoon-fed the indoctrination of anti-American Marxism in their classrooms.  Only those who cheer him on in canned applause for later media sound bites are allowed wherever Obama speaks.

Many repeatedly ask why it is that Valerie Jarrett gets to travel, like a modern day Cleopatra,  with her own contingent of secret service agents in tow, and why she is the only known person with 24-7 access to the Obama private living quarters in the White House.

The answer is obvious: payback.

Jarrett payback comes from being the first one to give both Barack and Michelle Obama a stab at life in public office.

“But even before Michelle married Barack, she was consulting him about her career decisions. Jarrett was Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley’s deputy chief of staff when she first met Michelle and offered her a job—whereupon Michelle asked Jarrett to meet with her and Barack to discuss his reservations about the offer.” (Vanity Fair, December, 2007).

Barack’s “reservations” were put aside, and the rest,  as they say,  is history. 

In other words, had it not been for Valerie Jarrett, Michelle and Barack would still be what they were before getting Jarrett-power-boosted into the White House:  disgruntled activists sitting around forever fomenting for revolution with the likes of unrepentant domestic terrorists Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn.

For more than four years, almost everything Obama does and is doing is painful to the citizens of the United States of America, and in fact to millions of people around the globe who depend on a strong America to continue with their lives.  On November 11‘s Veterans Day, the man who has almost completed his gutting of the American military will be televised laying wreaths at Arlington Cemetery and his wife will be a keynote speaker at a Veteran gathering.

All of this is taking place in the real pain of some 2 million Americans being thrown off their health insurance by ObamaCare, which Obama blames on “bad apple” insurance companies.

The silence of the insurance companies, who have been White House-ordered to remain silent, is as ominous as it is deafening.

And talk about sitting around fomenting for revolution from the safety of the sidelines:

On October 28, the woman who tells Obama what to do sent this message on Twitter. “FACT:: Nothing in #Obamacare forces people out of their health plans.  No change is required unless insurance companies change existing plans.”

From her cover of stealth, Jarrett fights ObamaCare blowback with brazen lies.

But even in the depressing dark of Jarrett’s unsolicited control of America, a light of hope could be coming from Egypt, a nation the Obama administration tried to control through its open backing of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Canada Free Press (CFP) Cairo columnist Ali Al Sharnoby tells us that on Monday, November 4, the Mohamed Morsi trial gets underway,  and that even if just to save his neck from the hangman’s knot, Morsi is expected to sing like the proverbial canary spilling the long-suspected links between Barack Obama and the Muslim Brotherhood.

November 4th happens to be Valentine’s Day in Egypt.

Hopefully Egypt will say: ‘Happy Valentine’s Day, Valerie Jarrett’.


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