Obama Uses Poverty Summit to Stick it to Fox News, Megyn Kelly FIRES BACK!

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On Tuesday, Barack Obama appeared on a Poverty Summit Panel held at Georgetown University and once again displayed his unique skill of creating division and more fear mongering.

“I think the effort to suggest that the poor are sponges, leeches, don’t want to work, are lazy, are undeserving, got traction, and look, it’s still being propagated. I mean, I have to say that if you watch Fox News on a regular basis, it is a constant menu. They will find, like, folks who make me mad. I don’t know where they find them,” said Obama during his panel appearance.

Let’s look at Ferguson and Baltimore, both are perfect examples of failed Democrat-run cities and this coverage is not just on FOX, but the local channels also. Obama and his justice department can’t change the facts about the urban poor, They have Section 8 housing, EBT Cards, Obamaphones, and public transit. Yet they still commit crimes, shoot police officers, loot, burn, and pillage their own communities.

Megyn Kelly, host of the Kelly File on Fox News, didn’t allow that smear classification to stand during her interview with James Rosen. Both ripped into Obama’s misconceptions of Fox News during his presidency.

This man will do anything to distract from his failures to help the people he said he would help. Remember the stimulus package that wasted $787 billion? How about Obamacare, which has raised health care costs and is more high priced than catastrophic coverage? And then he vetoed the Keystone pipeline, destroying thousands of good paying jobs and stifling economic growth.

In all honesty, Obama should get out more… try Baltimore, Cleveland, Atlanta, Houston, New Orleans and more Democrat-led cities… stereotypical welfare leeches are not hard to find.

Do you think Obama is once again shifting the subject and ignoring the facts? Add your comment below. 

H/T: Fox News

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