President announces “Civilian National Security Force” – but wait, that was OBAMA, not Trump

Friday, February 17, 2017 by

The anti-American Alt-Left – which appears to be helping our terrorist enemies every day they protest President Donald J. Trump and drive the country further apart – is certain that the current occupant of the White House is a fascist authoritarian who is just waiting to crush their civil liberties.

Mind you, the president hasn’t said anything or done anything – and neither has Congress – that even remotely qualifies as fascist, bigoted, homophobic and racist. But that doesn’t matter to the hate-mongering Left: Trump’s the real villain because he’s actually doing what he said he would do on the campaign trail, enforce our laws and keep the country safe.

He’s an authoritarian just waiting for the right moment to march his Brown Shirts into American cities, where they will round up dissidents and anti-Trump/anti-conservative citizens and then ship them off to FEMA camps where they will be forced into hard labor and never be heard from again. (RELATED: Find out what the real Trump agenda is about at

Yes, yes…that’s ridiculous and the stuff of tin foil hat conspiracy theories. Yet these lunatics are out there and they really believe Trump is getting ready to order this nonsense.

But wait a minute. Maybe these perpetually angry Left-wing Marxist wannabes have a point. Maybe there is some sinister plot to raise an army of modern-day Hitler Youth and Brown Shirts. Maybe, just maybe, the president really is that sinister, that sick, that devious.

Yes, maybe so. And maybe his name is Barack Obama.

As reported by the Canada Free Press in 2012, during his first campaign Obama promised a “Civilian National Security Force” that would be “just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded as the U.S. Military.”

The CPF notes further:

It is well known amongst dictators, the world over, that a private army is necessary to control the great unwashed masses over which they force their rule.

And, interestingly, the paper makes this observation too (see if it sounds familiar now that Trump is president):

We have seen Obama steadily assume dictatorial powers over apathetic Americans in just three and a half years.  He has all but hushed the people’s voice in government, the US Congress, by simply by-passing them and ruling by executive order—just like any other two-bit dictator.

And again, that was in 2012. My, have times have changed. Except now, the Marxist Alt-Left is demonstrating both a short memory and utter hypocrisy, which doesn’t mean anything to them, since they wear hypocrisy like a badge of honor.

Here’s Obama making the announcement in 2008:

That’s incredible, isn’t it? Now imagine if candidate Trump, already bearing the phony accusation that he’s the new face of fascism (which was a Left-wing political construct, not a Right-wing construct), would have deigned to suggest the creation of what the CFP accurately described as a private government army? Then and only then could those on the Left accurately claim that the new president is an authoritarian in the waiting, ready to unleash an army of ideological drones to prey on them and the Constitution. (RELATED: Find out the latest threats to our liberty at

Obama’s promised “Civilian National Security Force” never came to fruition, but the mere fact that he was the one who proposed it – and not Trump – is telling about who he really is and what kind of people he represented as president. The Left, not the political Right, gave Obama a pass on doing something they now are convinced Trump will do.

Absurd, but it goes to show just how unhinged, misguided, politically inane and detached from reality the angry Left really is. What’s more, the time has come to label the groups who are keeping their supporters perpetually angry what they really are: Threats to our freedom, our democratic republic and the future of our country.

Protests are one thing, but when there are sinister motives behind them, how we can they be ignored?

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.



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