A former advisor to British Prime Minister David Cameron is speaking out about his old boss’s real feelings for traitor-in-chief Barack Hussein Obama. Despite the mainstream media narrative that Obama and Cameron were pals, the reality couldn’t be more different…
Steve Hilton, who was one of Cameron’s closest advisers until they parted ways over his support for tougher immigration laws, put Obama to shame on his Fox News show, The Next Revolution.
Check it out, per The Times:
Speaking on his Fox News television program earlier this week, Mr Hilton, who fell out with Mr Cameron after criticizing his time in government and backing Brexit, said that the much-vaunted “bromance” between the prime minister and Mr Obama had been a myth.
He made the claim while defending Donald Trump from accusations that he could be unfit for office.…
Here’s exactly what Steve Hilton had to say, per RT:
“My old boss, former British Prime Minister David Cameron, thought Obama was one of the most narcissistic, self-absorbed people he’d ever dealt with. Obama never listened to anyone, always thought he was smarter than every expert in the room, and treated every meeting as an opportunity to lecture everyone else.
“But the real world doesn’t matter to the elites – for them it’s all about style and tone, not substance and results.
“They can afford to do that because they live in a world of booming neighborhoods, delightful hipster eateries and everyone they know employed in the virtual world of the knowledge economy. They don’t see what’s going on in the actual economy. Whatever his mental state, [Trump] has achieved more for working Americans in one year than his predecessors did in eight, or 16, frankly.”
It’s refreshing to see the truth about traitor-in-chief Barack Hussein Obama finally coming out in the press. For eight years, it was like the American public was trapped in some kind of reality distortion field created by the mainstream media. Barack Obama could do no wrong in their eyes and any evidence to the contrary was just not reported.
Now that the country has a new leader to compare Obama with, he’s not stacking up quite so favorably. It’s impossible to argue with the progress Trump has made with the economy, with ISIS, and North Korea.
This is a great time to be an American!
What do you think of Mr. Hilton’s revelation that his old boss didn’t think too highly of Obama?