In response to President Obama‘s overreaching executive action that rewards illegal immigrants in the country, filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza said the president is a “spoiled brat” who is in need of a “spanking.”
D’Souza was a guest Friday on NewsMax TV’s “The Steve Malzberg” show, when he offered his unique analogy.
“We now have a lawless chief executive who thinks that if he gets really frustrated and doesn’t like the fact that Congress isn’t doing what he wants, he gets to ignore them and basically not enforce the laws that he doesn’t feel like enforcing,” D’Souza said of the president’s executive order.
“I think that what we are seeing now is, essentially, you could call it the behavior of an extremely spoiled brat,” he continued. “Obama, who I think has been a spoiled brat since he was two, has certainly been a political spoiled brat and by that I mean he’s not totally to blame for that because the media is partly to blame. They are the ones spoiling him by not holding him to account.
D’Souza said the American people are beginning to wake up and Obama doesn’t like it.
“He becomes, like any spoiled kid, irritable,” he said. “He basically goes ‘the heck with you then, I’m not going to work with you. If you’re going to spoil my party, I’m just going to break the toys and I’m just going to do whatever the heck I want and I’m gonna see whether you spank me or not.'”
“And the big question is will the Republicans now do what is needed and spank him?” he asked.
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