President Obama Not Welcome in Roseburg, Oregon Because of ‘Grandstanding’ and ”Politicizing’ Deaths of 9 at Umpqua Community College
HASN’T AMERICA FIGURED IT OUT YET, DIVISION, POLITICAL AGENDA AND DISRESPECT IF WHAT A COMMUNITY AGITATOR DOES …
President Barack Obama is supposed to travel to Oregon later this week to visit privately with families of the victims of last week’s shooting at Umpqua Community College. However, that does not mean that every one is happy to see him come. Many in fact do not want his there and as David Jaques, the publisher of the newspaper the Roseburg Beacon, the president is not welcome here. The unwelcome wagon sentiments is a result of Barack Obama politicization of the college shooting mere hours after the incident with no facts, no identifications and no clue. Obama made no bones about it, “This Is Something We Should Politicize”. REALLY?
He stated in his presser, in the coming days we will learn about the victims, but this is the time to politicize gun control and the hell with the Second Amendment.
This Is Something We Should Politicize
President Barack Obama will travel to Oregon this week to visit privately with families of the victims of last week’s shooting at a community college.
However the trip has angered locals in Roseburg who say Obama is ‘not welcome’ in the town because the visit will be nothing but a ‘grandstand for political purposes’.
Leading the chorus is David Jaques, the publisher of conservative newspaper the Roseburg Beacon.
‘I think that’s very inappropriate, and I think it’s disrespectful to the families,’ Jaques told Breitbart News.
Jaques believes Obama held a press conference straight after the shooting, in which nine people were killed, with another nine injures.
In Jaques’ opinion, the press conference was too soon.
‘We haven’t even identified bodies, we’ve still got incident command trying to contain the scene, and he’s holding a press conference 3,000 miles away from here, telling — almost implying that he could have single-handedly prevented this if the Congress would have listened to him.’
‘I think he admitted it himself.
‘His visit here isn’t a re-election campaign stop, but it is a campaign stop for an agenda that he and his associates believe is important.
‘And that is to take away Americans right to own firearms.’
‘It shows not only a total disdain, a disregard for Constitution, but our very citizens, especially those of us right here in Douglas County.
‘We believe in the Second Amendment. We believe in the whole Constitution.’