Obama’s Farewell Speech To The Armed Forces Rows And Rows Of Empty Seats Behind Him

President Barack Obama gave a farewell address to the military Wednesday afternoon at Henderson Hall at Joint Base Myer in Arlington, Virginia just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C.

Live video of the speech showed Obama speaking with row after row of empty seats behind him leaving the impression of less than enthusiastic support for the outgoing Commander-in-Chief.

Over the past eight years, Barack Hussein Obama has shown little-to-no respect to veterans or those who currently serve in the military.

On Wednesday, the military gave  Obama an epic dose of revenge when he showed up at Henderson Hall at Joint Base Myer in Arlington, Virginia to give a farewell speech to the soldiers there.

The Gateway Pundit reported that live footage from Obama’s farewell speech to the armed forces rows and rows of empty seats behind him, showing that very few soldiers wanted to show up to see him speak.

Instead, many of them are looking forward to someone like Donald Trump being president, as the Republican has always made them a top priority.

Things got even worse for Obama after the speech, when the camera panned out to show several empty sections in the audience… (you can view the video bellow)

How humiliating! We bet Obama REALLY wishes he’d shown our soldiers some respect now!

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