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Barack Obama to Win Ethics Award

You read that correctly: former President Barack Hussein Obama — who oversaw Fast and Furious, IRS targeting, ‘JV’ ISIS, Benghazi, backdoor money laundering for the Iran nuclear deal and so much more — will be accepting an award for ethics in government at the University of Illinois on September 7. According to his communications director, BHO will call for rejecting “the rising strain of authoritarian politics and policies.” There must have been no other contenders for the award.

Here’s more from The Daily Wire…

Former President Barack Obama, never missing a chance to posture himself as a champion of freedom, will reputedly call for rejecting “the rising strain of authoritarian politics and policies,” according to his communications director.

Obama, whose administration was embroiled in various scandals, is scheduled to accept an award for ethics in government at the University of Illinois on September 7. That award flies in the face of this list of events during the Obama Administration: the Fast and Furious scandal; the IRS targeting conservative groups; Obama making light of ISIS, calling it the “JV team”; protecting the terrorist group Hezbollah by stalling project Cassandra; spying on Fox News’ James Rosen, and lying to the American people in order to sell the disastrous Iran nuclear deal, among other nefarious occurrences.

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Katie Hill, Obama’s communications director, asserted:

Next week, President Obama will offer new thoughts on this moment and what it requires from the American people.He will expand upon several of the themes from his summer address, including that America is at its best when our democracy is inclusive and our citizens are engaged.

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