You have got to be kidding me.
On his trip to Cuba, President Obama paused for a photo-op so outrageous that it even shocked members of the mainstream media.
Brushing off decades of distrust, President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro shook hands Monday in Havana’s Palace of the Revolution, a remarkable moment for two countries working to put the bitterness of their Cold War-era enmity behind them. As if the historic meeting didn’t anger his critics enough, Obama also posed for a photo op in front of a massive sculpture of notorious revolutionary Che Guevara.
Associated Press reporter Peter Orsi said there was a “collective gasp” in the press room when Obama paused in front of the Che Guevara sculpture in Revolution Square.
— Peter Orsi (@Peter_Orsi) March 21, 2016
A picture says a thousand words, and this picture says to me that President Obama has no problem honoring the legacy of a racist, oppressive, totalitarian mass murderer.