Medvedev promised Obama that he would pass this on to Vladimir [Putin] and nothing at the time was ever done about it. Now, however, liberals have finally come to realize that Obama may have clandestine ties to Russia and may not have the country's best interests at heart.
The protests including ones in Washington and one outside the Farm Neck Golf Club where he went to play immediately following a speech he made regarding the beheading of journalist James Foley by ISIS and for which he blamed the press for covering it.
"It's always a challenge when you're supposed to be on vacation, because you're followed everywhere. And part of what I'd love is a vacation from the press. But there's no doubt that after having talked to the families, where it was hard for me to hold back tears listening to the pain that they were going through, after the statement that I made, that you know, I should've anticipated the optics [of golf]."
In the past, liberals have clashed with Trump supporters, "but not this time," said transgender activist Patrick Fitzmichael. "Now we're on the same page against the outrage the former president perpetrated on us, the American public, Fitzmichael said, sounding a little like Sean Hannity.
"I can't believe I ever voted for him," Fitzmichael added and then breaking into tears that flowed like a stream from his or her eyes.
Fitzmichael's partner, Michael Fitzpatrick, said that they were also upset with the horrible visual image of Kathy Griffiin's Trump beheading and that it was this image that ignited the anger over the Foley beheading.
Some liberals planned to get close to the Obama home, but someone had built a wall around it.
But that didn't stop their fervor. The Washington D.C. crowd chanted: "Hey, hey, ho, ho, we want answer from you "O."