• Here’s The Creepy Obama Bust Sitting In The Smithsonian

    If you didn’t think that Obama was well on his way to reaching emperor status, it’s now harder to deny.

    Thanks to the boot-licking buffoons over at the Smithsonian, there’s now a big bust of Obama’s mug on display.

    Even worse, the Obama bust is the first-ever 3D-printed presidential one.

    Here’s the creepy YouTube video The White House released this week which shows Obama sitting for his “historic portrait session.” (It’s all so cringe-worthy).

    “This is the first bust that’s created of a head of state from objective 3D scan data,” said Adam Metallo, 3D digitization program officer at the Smithsonian. “So this isn’t an artistic likeness of the president, this is actually millions upon millions of measurements…that we can now 3D print and make something that’s never been done before.”

    Obama’s bust was inspired by a similar Lincoln sculpture.

    So to recap.

    Barack “Greek columns” Obama ran for president professing that he was “the one.” As president, Obama has repeatedly ignored the constitution, from recess appointments to rewriting Obamacare (after it was passed) to granting amnesty to not defending DOMA, to launching to new wars without Congressional approval, etc.

    And these fools thought that this guy, Obama, was the best choice to have a sculpture made in his image?

    Come on, man.

    The only question left unanswered now is how long before we carve Barry’s face into the side of a mountain and start having parades and public praise sessions in his honor?

    Because if we don’t…. raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacism.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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