Everything You Need to Know About Obama in One Minute
Jim Bridenstine tells it like it is on the House floor
Most freshman Congressman toil in obscurity, tending to their districts, casting votes, and occupying the lowest rung on the ladder in committees.
Not so Jim Bridenstine, freshman from Oklahoma’s First Congressional District. In one minute on the House floor earlier this week (video below), he captured national attention with a summary statement on President Obama’s long list of scandals and mismanagement.
Bridenstine’s conclusion: The president is not fit to lead. Here is the complete text of his remarks:
“Mr. Speaker, the President’s Justice Department sold weapons to narcoterrorists south of our border who killed one of our finest.
“The President’s State Department lied about Benghazi with false information provided by the White House.
“The President’s Attorney General authorized spying on a Fox News journalist and his family for reporting on a North Korean nuclear test.
“The President’s Justice Department confiscated phone records of the Associated Press because they reported on a thwarted terrorist attack.
“The President’s Treasury Department uses the IRS to target political opposition.
“The President’s Health and Human Services Secretary pressures the insurance companies she is supposed to regulate to promote Obamacare, which is the same law she uses to force citizens to pay for abortion-inducing drugs against their religious liberties.
“Mr. Speaker, the President’s dishonesty, incompetence, vengefulness, and lack of moral compass lead many to suggest that he is not fit to lead. The only problem is that his Vice President is unequally unfit and even more embarrassing.”
There it is. Everything you need to know about Obama in one minute.
Bridenstine is no longer obscure. Keep an eye on him. We will hear from him again.
During the course of his career, Walker has worked in Chicago, Washington DC, New York City, and Phoenix. He served as a reporter in Chicago, a press secretary and speechwriter in Washington, and in numerous positions in New York in corporate and financial services communications.
Walker is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.