In his third ever address from the Oval Office, President Obama's speech following the terror attack in San Bernardino --- not surprisingly --- fell flat with his usual lackluster performance and reliance on progressive liberal talking points.
In the wake of the worst terrorist attack in America since 9/11, most U.S. presidents would have used this opportunity to announce new policies to keep Americans safe, like changes to an irresponsible immigration plan and an ineffective vetting system for visa-seeking foreigners. Instead, Obama blamed guns and warned against Islamophobia.
"As we become better at preventing complex, multifaceted attacks like 9/11, terrorists turn to less complicated acts of violence like the mass shootings that are all too common in our society," Obama said.
Let's get this straight. The president considers a well-coordinated terror attack by a pair of radical Muslims who reportedly swore their allegiance to ISIS, leaving 14 people dead, a "less complicated" act of violence? No, Mr. President, this was absolutely not a "common" mass shooting.
Pitch hitting for Glenn, his co-hosts Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere pointed out some of the logistical errors of Obama's speech during The Glenn Beck Program Monday.
"He didn't seem to be looking at the camera at any point during the speech," Stu said. "I don't know if the teleprompter was on the left side of the room, but he was looking there instead of in the camera."
Also at odds with past presidential addresses from the Oval Office, Obama used a podium rather than sitting at his desk.
"In a speech in the Oval Office, they sit behind the desk. It's the Resolute desk. And the president is supposedly resolute," Pat said. "And so it would be great if the president sat behind the Resolute desk while being resolute and gave a resolute-ish speech."
Obama went on to blame the terror attack on everything but the obvious --- Islam.
"As groups like ISIL grow stronger amidst the chaos of war in Iraq and Syria, and as the internet erases the distance between countries, we see growing efforts by terrorists to poison the minds of people like the Boston Marathon bombers and the San Bernardino killers," Obama said.
Pat had a bone to pick with that line as well.
"You blame the internet instead of the ideology. You blame the gun instead of the shooter," Pat said. "This is what he does."
Obama went on to say that gun control is a matter of national security. He actually said there are "some that reject any gun safety measures."
"You like how he puts that? There's not a single person alive who rejects gun safety measures, you moron," lamented Pat. "Gun safety measures are what the NRA is all about."
Watch the segment from radio below.
Featured Image: US President Barack Obama speaks during an address to the nation from the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, December 6, 2015. (Photo Credit: AFP PHOTO / POOL / SAUL LOEB)