Black Army Vet Attacks Obama for “Personal Insult” Comment

President Obama has made some questionable statements. Disregarding him blatantly declaring Hillary Clinton as the most qualified person to ever run for the office of President, he’s also made some inane comments to American audiences. Obama’s latest statement made Saturday at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation gala dinner in Washington, D.C. is cringeworthy. At the dinner, Obama told black people that it would be a “personal insult” to him if they do not vote for Clinton in November.

A black U.S. Army veteran, A.D. Bell, offered a fiery response to Obama’s rhetoric. Bell’s Twitter bio suggests he’s politically neutral and unbiased, stating he’s “not a liberal or conservative.” However, he uploaded a YouTube video where he takes issue to Obama’s comment and generalization of black people.

“…When President Barack Obama says he would find it as a personal insult if people, black particularly, don’t vote for Hillary Clinton, I find it a personal insult that you only made one attempt to reach out to these people,” says Bell, who wears a camouflahe “Make America Great Again” hat in the clip. The rest of the video can be viewed below:



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