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[Watch] Megyn Kelly – Is Obama Deceiving Himself or The American People?

(by Rick Wells, GOP The Daily Dose) -- Megyn Kelly asks a question about a different kind of entitlement from Washington DC, that of the American people’s entitlement to honesty from the “president.”

She begins by reminding us of his countless assertions in his pitch to sell obamacare that “if we liked our plan we could keep our plan.” Obama finally admitted he was lying, saying he “should have been more clear.” He was actually very clear in his words and what he was saying. He should have been more honest.

Now he’s at it again, rewriting his words of the past where he characterized ISIS as a JV team. He’s trying to make the pitch that he didn’t say what he said.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest attempted to claim that Obama was not talking about ISIS when he used the term “JV.” The Washington Post disagrees, giving that claim four Pinocchio’s.

Kelly shows how Obama is now doubling down on his regime’s falsehoods in a recent interview with Chuck Todd. Obama said, “I wasn’t specifically referring to ISIL. I said that regionally there were a whole series of organizations that were focused primarily locally, weren’t focused on homeland.”

She describes how that statement was in direct response to a reporter’s question regarding the group that had just taken over Fallujah, that group was and is ISIS. The shows how Obama must have known it, and a ranking of “false” that was given by “Politifact” saying “It’s clear he was talking about [ISIS] them.”

Megyn Kelly closes by pointing out that the growth of ISIS was made possible by the ill-advised total withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq and that growth undercuts his claims that al-Qaeda and terrorism is on the run, diminished as a threat.

She asks if the White House occupant is lying to himself or lying to the American people. That’s an easy one; he’s lying to anybody that will listen to him

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