President Barack Obama and his ilk are always calling on Americans to give up their right to bear arms because they don’t need firearms. Obama insists that Americans have nothing to worry about and if there are no guns, there will be no gun violence.
Millions of Americans refuse to kowtow to Obama’s demands, and Infowars reported that Matt Drudge challenged Obama to give up the arsenal of firearms that follows him around 24/7.
Drudge appeared on the Alex Jones show and called on the president and former first lady Hillary Clinton to give up their armed body guards.
“They’re all armed themselves, or they all have that security around them themselves. They don’t have to worry about (danger.) I challenge Hillary, take away your Secret Service. Take it away now. Take away your Secret Service; dismiss them. Have no security around you; have no guns around you, Hillary. I dare you. I dare you,” Drudge said.
“Obama, same thing. Drop your guns, Obama. Take your Secret Service away, Obama. Take it all away. Leave the White House unguarded, Obama. Let everybody know there’s no guns on the White House grounds, Obama,” he said.
Drudge stated that if Obama or Hillary were to actually follow his advice, they “would no longer be on planet Earth” within 30 seconds.
“So they’re asking us to drop our guns and to drop our security measures, or–or what?” asked Drudge.
Obama’s secret service has more firearms than several Third World countries … combined. Yet ordinary Americans aren’t supposed to be able to protect themselves.
The White House is a gun-free zone, so why does Obama need so much protection? Could it be that somewhere deep down inside of him he actually knows that a stupid metal sign saying “No guns” doesn’t actually mean anything?
Source: BOOM: Matt Drudge Issues Challenge to Obama, Media and Obama Pray This Doesn’t Get Out
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