Playing the race card and President Obama speaking at a rally in Chicago seemed almost indistinguishable to United States Army veteran, A.D. Bell.

In that although Obama’s veiled race baiting has been obvious to all for years, it was usually reserved and coupled within the overall context of a policy speech, which was usually less abrasive to those in attendance.

However Obama’s seemingly angry remark stating: it would be a “personal insult” to his “legacy” if African-Americans did not come out and vote for Hillary Clinton, seemed more of a threat then a desire.

Which prompted this veteran to respond to Obama with this brief video, saying: “There’s a lot of things going on, as you may also see, I’m wearing my ‘Make America Great Again’ hat which I don’t usually wear. I keep it in my home so when people walk into my home, it’s one of the first things they usually see.”

He continues: “It’s football season, Seahawks,” Bell added while pointing to the Seattle jersey he was wearing. “These two things tell a story.”

“Chicago is my home, so I was a Bears fan … but I don't live there any longer, so I don’t really care about the teams, but I do care about the people.”

“When President Barack Obama said he’d find it a personal insult if the people, black people in particular, don’t vote for Hillary Clinton,” he continued. “I find it a personal insult that you’ve only made one attempt to reach out to these people. People have been calling on him to come back to Chicago for a long time.”

You clowns, who like to call me names, don’t tell me that I’m lying. And if you’re in Chicago, don’t tell me that I’m lying. Since 2008, these people have been calling on Barack Obama to come back to Chicago and do something. Now, some of you might say, ‘that isn’t the job of the president.’ You might be right, but we didn’t vote for him not to do anything… So you can come with these rigged numbers, this rigged data that can be manipulated, but it doesn’t change the fact that people are living in turmoil. People are living in chaos… Don’t give me this crap about we’re doing so much better. Don’t give me this crap about the Republicans, no… That’s not why you vote for a president. If that’s why you vote for a president, why are y’all so afraid of Donald Trump? … We just had bombs go off last night. These people don’t even have the decency to say, ‘well this was an act of terror.’ It don’t matter who did it… If somebody’s pittbull gets loose and starts chasing people and start trying to bite little kids, you know what they would say? A pitbull is terrorizing a neigbhorhood. So when someone blows up a bomb that injures 25 people, that’s not an act of terror? Are you serious?

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