Team Obama Tells World War II Veterans To ‘Get Over’ Pearl Harbor Attacks

Barack Hussein Obama has disrespected veterans time and time again ever since he took office. This week, however, he stopped to a new low when he told World War II veterans to “get over” the Pearl Harbor attacks that left 2,403 Americans dead and over 1,700 wounded.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest told World War II veterans who feel “embittered” towards Japan because of the attacks to put their feelings aside for the visit of the Asian nation’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who will visit Pearl Harbor with Obama later this month. Though Abe said he would “pray” for those who died in the war, he hasn’t said whether or not he’ll apologize for the attack…

“If I were a World War II veteran who was drafted by the United States military to go and fight for our country overseas in the aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack, I might feel quite embittered, and I think it would be a perfectly natural and understandable human reaction to not be particularly satisfied with the words of the Japanese Prime Minister,” Earnest said, according to American News.

 He then basically told veterans to get over these feelings.

“Yes, there may be some who feel personally embittered,” he concluded. “But I’m confident that many will set aside their own personal bitterness, not because they’re personally satisfied by the words of the Prime Minister, but because they recognize how important this moment is for the United States.”

It’s sickening that Obama’s White House has such little respect for World War II veterans. SHARE if this makes you SICK!

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