President Obama has less than 150 days remaining in his presidency to look over his checklist of those fundamental transformations before he leaves the White House.

Let that sink in.

He will turn it over either to a president-elect who will bat cleanup on any aspects of the country that remain only partially and not fundamentally changed – or one who will be tasked with restoring the nation we once were.

“We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America. ”

Sen. Barack Obama, October 30, 2008

Let’s see…

Empty Gitmo – literally. Check.

Degrade the military by reducing its strength and numbers, banning chaplains from using the word “God,” and using it as a social policy laboratory to promote the LBGT agenda. Check.

Foster the belief that all police officers are racist. Check.

Tie the hands of Border Patrol Agents. Check.

Triple the national debt. Check.

Create a healthcare crisis to facilitate “single payer.” Check.

Eviscerate the family and traditional values while installing himself as the Bathroom-Monitor-in-Chief. Check.

Leave the Middle East in shambles while funding Iran’s nuclear development program and growing ISIS. Check.

Import thousands of Syrians without regard to their background, intentions, health, ability to work or desire to assimilate. Check.

U.S. Ambassador to Jordan, Alice Wells, has announced that the 10,000th refugee from Syria will soon arrive in the fundamentally transformed U.S. in accordance with the goal Obama set only one year ago.

Ms. Wells claimed the new arrivals are thoroughly screened, directly contradicting FBI Director James Comey and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper who have said that thorough vetting is impossible because background information is unavailable from Syria.

Incidents of terror attacks in Europe carried out by jihadis who had posed as refugees to migrate among Syrian migrants have raised concerns that they are also gaining entry to the U.S.

As a preview of refugee policies in a possible Hillary Clinton presidency, former President Bill Clinton has proposed bringing in more Syrian refugees to “homestead” in Detroit to rebuild the bankrupt city, claiming they could move into “10,000 empty, structurally sound houses,” and adding that there are, “a lot of jobs to be had repairing those houses.”

The possible future “First Gentleman” did not say why he believes those houses and jobs should be given to non-Americans rather than needy Detroit residents who need jobs, houses to live in and the chance to rebuild their own city.

Transformation indeed.

 

 

 

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