Video: Allen West calls Obama a ‘pathological liar’, ‘spoiled brat child’

colwest1While appearing on “The Steve Malzberg Show” on Newsmax TV, former GOP Rep. Allen West had a few choice words about Barack Obama.

For starters, West said Obama is acting like “a spoiled brat child,” and is a “pathological liar” turning the United States into an “imperial presidency.”

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“I can put it very basic Southern terms: a spoiled brat child,” he said.

“We have been giving Barack Obama everything that he has wanted. We gave him a state senator position in Chicago, we gave him a U.S. Senate position out of the state of Illinois, unproven, untested, no resume, we gave him the presidency twice.

“So if you continue to reward bad behavior, you’re going to get more of that bad behavior,” he added.

The entire video, courtesy of Newsmax TV, is well worth watching:

“Now if this is a preview of 2016, given West’s teasing about running for president in the past, it should prove to be a fun race if he is in it,” said a post at the Right Scoop.

We agree…


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