White House Media Affairs Passes on Obama Comment Re: Machine Guns


by Sharon Rondeau

Do Secret Service agents carry machine guns? If not, why did Obama make such a reference at the Gridiron Club?

(Mar. 13, 2013) — At the Gridiron Club last Saturday night, Obama was reported to have joked about a hypothetical meeting between Bob Woodward and Gene Sperling, who had exchanged a heated phone call and at least one set of emails on Woodward’s description of Obama claims about the sequester.  Woodward had publicly reported that he felt threatened by the use of the word “regret” by Sperling but then backtracked by stating, “It’s not the way to do business.”

Leftwing media immediately moved to discredit Woodward’s original claim by declaring Sperling’s emails harmless.  Former Obama campaign operative David Axelrod claimed that Woodward’s interpretation of Sperling’s emails was incorrect because “they were as cordial as they could be.”

However, other reporters have since come forward to state that they have been verbally abused and intimidated by the Obama regime.  The 2008 Obama campaign has proudly stated that it “controlled the media,” and Obama never released many of the documents he is presumed to have to prove that he is eligible to serve as president under Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution.

The mainstream media, including “conservative” radio talk show hosts, still refuses to discuss the issues of Obama’s Connecticut Social Security number as well as birth certificates and a Selective Service registration form which have been declared fraudulent by a criminal investigation which is ongoing.

An appeals court recently upheld the validity of the “natural born Citizen” clause of the Constitution to a challenger who was told he could not be a candidate for president in 2012 because he was not born in the United States.  Legal scholars and constitutional attorneys have also argued that birthplace is only one factor in determining whether or not a person is “natural born.”

Those questioning Obama’s birth narrative and other details of his life have been marginalized, ridiculed, defamed, and threatened with physical harm or death despite the various articles stating that he was born in Kenya, Indonesia and Hawaii simultaneously.

The media has declined to report that members of Congress have received subpoenas asking them if they are aware of the claims of forgery and identity fraud made by Atty. Orly Taitz, who had requested a stay of certification of the electoral votes on January 4 but was denied.  The media has not reported that while federal Judge Morrison C. England advised Taitz to serve Obama with a subpoena at his residence, Obama is “refusing service” of the subpoena at the White House.

When members of the Secret Service visited Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III after he filed a complaint of treason against Obama in March 2009, they told him, “We can’t arrest him, you know.”  They could have arrested Fitzpatrick for cause but did not.  The media has not reported the many criminal complaints made to the FBI, members of Congress and state legislators about Obama’s questionable eligibility and documentation.  Reports of election fraud which could have had an impact on the 2012 and 2008 elections are now emerging as real.

Obama’s running two-hour commentary at the Gridiron was meant to be satirical in nature.  At the end of his remarks, despite his customary reluctance to give interviews and answer tough questions for the press, he said:

Now, I do want to end on a serious note.  I know that there are people who get frustrated with the way journalism is practiced these days.  And sometimes those people are me.  (Laughter.)  But the truth is our country needs you and our democracy needs you.

Despite Obama’s claim of “transparency,” the White House Media Contact often does not respond to questions from journalists about Obama.  This writer has contacted them on several occasions and failed to receive any acknowledgement at all.

After referring to Bob Woodward, Obama added the following comment:

But don’t worry.  We’re all friends again in the spirit of that wonderful song.  As you may have heard, Bob invited Gene over to his place.  And Bob says he actually thinks that I should make it too.  And I might take him up on the offer.  I mean, nothing says “not a threat” like showing up at somebody’s house with guys with machine guns.

On March 11, The Post & Email sent the following email to the White House Media Contact:

The New York Times reported that Obama made the following remark at the Gridiron Club on Saturday night:

“As you may have heard, Bob invited Gene over to his place,” Mr. Obama added. “And Bob says he actually thinks that I should make it too. And I might take him up on the offer. I mean, nothing says ‘not a threat’ like showing up at somebody’s house with guys with machine guns.”

What did Obama mean by “not a threat” and “machine guns?”

Thank you.

Sharon Rondeau, Editor
The Post & Email

Does the Secret Service carry machine guns?  If not, why did Obama make reference to them?

Could a reference to “machine guns” be considered a threat?  Was it a “cordial” statement?  Was it a statement a president would normally make?

The Post & Email received no response to its question, as usual, but the mainstream media has just begun to question Obama’s claim of “transparency.”

One Response to "White House Media Affairs Passes on Obama Comment Re: Machine Guns"

  1. danamco   Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 9:13 PM

    I believe it was on March 1, 2012, the day after Andrew Breitbart “suddenly” keeled over on the street by “natural causes,” that Mark Zullo from Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s press conference said that some of the reporters had told him they could NOT would/not reporting/cover the issues from the press conference as they had received thrats, even would change jobs!!!


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