We know he has a history of drug use, and credentialed professionals have postulated that he’s a malignant narcissist. Could this combination – along with the pressures resulting from his treasonous policies, scandals, and whole regions having caught fire because of him – be catching up with Barack Obama?
The following information comes via D.C. sources which outline a very brief, troubling, and bizarre phone conversation between British Prime Minister David Cameron and President Obama that left the Prime Minister’s staff stunned and baffled as to what could be going on with the alleged “Leader of the Free World.”
The communication from British Prime Minister to the president is said to have been initiated at approximately 5:00 eastern time. (Which would also indicate the Prime Minister was working late into the night London time.) According to the published White House schedule for Tuesday, that would have put Barack Obama on Air Force One on his way to Europe. The Prime Minister was said to have to wait for nearly twenty minutes before the call was finally taken by the president.
Why would it take twenty minutes for staff to locate the President of the United States within the confines of a airplane – even one as luxurious as Air Force One?
That is far from the most troubling aspect of the alleged interaction between the two world leaders though.
President Obama is said to have been “nearly incoherent”, slurring his words heavily and even at one point “giggling as the Prime Minister struggled to focus the conversation on the terrorist threats in the Middle East.” The President of the United States was said to be “out of it” during a conversation that has staff for the Prime Minister privately describing to their D.C. counterparts as “bizarre.”
Was Barack Obama given an in-flight sedative to help him sleep during his flight trip to Estonia and then later the United Kingdom for a scheduled NATO summit? If so, he could have been woken up by staff to take the Prime Minister’s call and been struggling to remain awake during the conversation.
No president has utilized Air Force One more than Barack Obama, though its use has been primarily for fundraising and vacation excursions. That extensive use also allows the president considerable time at the back of the plane alone inside the private rooms if he so chooses, far from the prying eyes of the White House machine and accompanying media. (The media are confined to a small area at the front of the plane) He could be doing a great many things on that plane we would never know of.
Whatever the cause for the president’s condition and resulting behavior during the brief conversation with Prime Minister Cameron, it is sure to be a source of further concern for both Cameron and other world leaders during this week’s NATO conference as more and more come to realize the United States is seemingly without the required leadership today’s increasingly troubled times require.
Whispers of Barack Obama’s detachment from the world around him, and certainly the obligations of the office he holds, have long surrounded him. Now, with so many hot spots flaring up around the world, including the two recent and horrific be-headings of two American journalists, that detachment is being viewed by a growing number as something clinical – a situation by which the current President of the United States is mentally and/or emotionally incapable of carrying out the duties of his office:
President Barack Obama isn’t making decisions on major world events because he isn’t capable of doing so, retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters says.
“I’m starting to feel like he can’t make a decision, that we have a president who has a real psychological problem, that he can’t face responsibility.”
“We may just have a president who is just incapable of rising to the challenges of the office.”
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