NY Times: ‘Often Misleading Or False’ Narrative Was Used To Sell Iran Deal To ‘Clueless’ Reporters

NY Times: ‘Often Misleading Or False’ Narrative Was Used To Sell Iran Deal To ‘Clueless’ Reporters

Barack Obama’s arrogance has been on stunning display for the last seven years, as he somehow believed that he alone should determine the course of the nation and decide right and wrong like some kind of imperial wizard, without the needing to consult the Congress or the people. The Democrat party and the main stream media sold him as the smartest president ever, without bothering to produce even a smidgen of academic prowess or work product, and it seems that even Obama believes his own press.

Most astonishing is that he has ignored specialists and experts in the various fields of commerce and government, brushing aside their advice or warnings so that foreign policy disasters have been common, though ignored by the press. The same is true with domestic affairs and the economy, and he is the only president to never have a quarter of economic growth above 3% during his entire presidency, a fact that should be shouted from the media rooftops, but that is greeted only with a yawn or less.

Everything the president has done has been informed or driven by political calculation, and a new, and extensive article helps explain why he has been so isolated from reality and good counsel. It is a shocker, but helps show why Obama has been such a failure.

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