Fifty Seconds

Fifty seconds. A little more than one second per dead body. That’s what President Barack Obama spent opening his Tuesday morning press conference from Havana, Cuba, reacting to the death of at least 30 human beings and injuries to at least 230 more in two coordinated terrorist attacks in Brussels.

Fifty seconds.

I suppose you’ve got to keep on schedule when there’s a baseball game to get to, right?

The “move along, folks” attitude following another Islam-perpetrated catastrophe perfectly befits this president, the same man who on November 5, 2009, gave a “shout-out” and spoke about “an extremely productive (Tribal Nations) conference” for nearly two minutes before addressing that morning’s massacre of American servicemen and women by Major Nidal Hasan at Fort Hood.

Please read the rest of my article for the American Spectator here:

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