Obama, a perfect case study in NPD (Narcissistic Personality Disorder), puts on a clinic today during an interview with dem operative/faux journalist George Stephanopoulos.
Links to stories we discussed on the show are below.
In this episode:
- Obama’s Delusion on Display During Interview with Dem Operative/Faux Journalist George Stephanopoulos
- No, Planned Parenthood doesn’t Do Mammograms
- Kentucky Congressman Sponsors Safe Students Act, Prohibiting the Designation of Schools as “Gun-Free Zones”
- Phony Russian Hacking Hysteria
- Suddenly Democrats are outraged that anyone would question the opinion of the CIA?
- Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, the guy who lied about the NSA spying on Americans and changed his story about it several times, is suddenly the most credible person on earth, according to Democrats?
- Obamas’ Last Celebrity Soiree
- How Much Did the Obamas Spend Jetting to Luxurious Resorts on Our Dime Over 8 Years?
Defund Planned Parenthood
4 things Planned Parenthood’s president admitted under oath | TheHill (including the fact that they don’t do mammograms)
Trump Derangement Syndrome
Hackers breach some White House computers – The Washington Post (And do you remember Obama ordering any reports or otherwise being upset about it? No.)
FBI and CIA give differing accounts to lawmakers on Russia’s motives in 2016 hacks – The Washington Post
Russian hacking activity continues unabated – CNNPolitics.com (Even though Obama said in his delusional presser last month that he told Putin to “cut it out.” Seriously?)
Obama’s Legacy, The Real One, and the One in His Mind
Obama’s Travel Cost Taxpayers More Than $96 Million (Actually, I figured it would be a lot more.)
Thousands wait for hours to score tickets to Obama’s farewell speech in Chicago | Daily Mail Online (Can you believe these fools?)
Music played on recent editions of The Teri O’Brien Show:
Thanks to danasongs.com, who song plays at the end of that “OBrien” rejoin that we play, and incompetech.com for some of the music that we use on the program. Also thanks to Steve Vaus for “Come and Take it.” We also use music from Kevin MacLeod, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license