HILARIOUS VIDEO Mocks Liberals For Caring About Executive Power Now That Trump Will Be President

Liberals have been silent for the last eight years as Obama increased the power of the executive branch of government. Now that Trump is about to assume the presidency, they’re suddenly concerned.

The video below skewers the left perfectly on this.

The Daily Wire reports:

Video Hilariously Mocks Liberals Suddenly Concerned With Reining In Executive Power

An Obama supporter explains how after you get to a certain age, such as whatever age you turn in 2016, you naturally become concerned with executive overreach. Subscribe to the channel for more helpful explainers!

Recently, many left-leaning people have become (randomly) concerned about reigning in executive power, a mass event not seen since the beginning years of the Bush presidency. This concern manifests itself in suddenly questioning the ability of the president to unilaterally order military action, including drone strikes, air strikes, special forces, etc. It also comes across as questioning whether just maybe executive actions aren’t the best way to govern with impunity, or that lists like the No-Fly List and programs like the NSA’s PRISM could potentially be bad when leaders who aren’t Barack Obama are President.

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Watch the video, this is great:

The left is so full of it on this subject and that includes our media.

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If Obama could be trusted with the power of the presidency, Trump certainly can.


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