By Thomas Madison
During a lunch outing Wednesday at a cafe near the White House, Barrack Hussein, who stopped in for an unannounced visit, ordered Time Reporter Zeke Miller to stop filming him. Miller had been using his phone to film the president and his lunch guest, Shanna Peeples, who The One had just honored in a Rose Garden ceremony as Teacher of the Year. Miller respectfully, though regrettably, obliged.
Barrack Hussein, who claims to be an expert on our Constitution, having once taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago, has apparently forgotten that document’s very first amendment, which includes unabridged freedom of the press.
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) April 29, 2015
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?
Obama just cancelled @ZekeJMiller’s Periscope at Teaism. “Put those away."
— Oliver Griswold (@originalgriz) April 29, 2015
Wow Obama shuts down @ZekeJMiller for Periscoping his Tea shop visit – "you don't need to be recording this"
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) April 29, 2015