Closing days – Obama awards himself a medal

Obama ensures he's decorated with the DoD Medal for Distinguished Public Service. (Twitter)
Obama ensures he’s decorated with the DoD Medal for Distinguished Public Service. (Twitter)

Obama gets his participation trophy…

The countdown is almost at zero, but the Barack Obama FU Tour to America rolls on.

Not quite done at showing his complete and utter contempt for the United States of America, the community organizer has guaranteed that he’s been awarded one of the most prestigious decorations the federal government can bestow on a civilian.

Officially bestowing the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service, Obama underling Ash Carter pinned the medal on the rather spindly chest of the outgoing Egomaniac-in-Chief.

According to the official Department of Defense website, the specifics for the award are as follows;

Distinguished service or assistance of such exceptional significance that the nominee has rendered to the Department of Defense which may have been at considerable personal sacrifice and inconvenience and motivated by patriotism, good citizenship, and a sense of public responsibility.

As reported by the news portal;2479208929_21ab43eb42

On Wednesday, President Obama added another prestigious medal to his Nobel Prize collection when he had Defense Secretary Ash Carter award him with the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service.

Secretary Carter awarded his boss with the medal on January 4 during the Armed Forces Full Honor Farewell Review for the President held at Conmy Hall, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall in Virginia.

Carter insisted that the medal was a token of appreciation for Obama’s service as commander in chief, the Associated Press reported.

After spending the last few weeks throwing roadblocks in the path of President-elect Donald Trump and his transition team, Obama nonetheless claimed in his remarks to the members of the military in attendance that “We’ve got to make sure that during this transition period that there is a seamless passing of the baton, that there’s continuity.”