They walked around with a nose in the air and thought they were entitled to everything, but finally, someone denied the Obama family. This is one massive event that won’t have the Obama’s in attendance and it sure has people giggling.  Obama spent eight years in the White house getting almost everything he wanted, but now he’s learning what it’s like to live life as a nearly normal citizen. He won’t ever experience life as an average person again. Not with that free salary and security hovering over him like he’s Eddie Murphy’s Golden Child from the 80’s.  Life may not ever be entirely normal for the Obama family, and that comes with not getting an invite to every little event. Or in this case, a massive event that people look forward to.

Former President Barack Obama and his wife, the former First Lady, Michelle Obama, probably thought they were high up on the list of people to invite to the upcoming royal wedding, but looks less and less likely. Even better, it was practically confirmed by reports. Just because Barry and Prince Harry may have shared a few laughs, that doesn’t mean the Obama family is a definite on the invitation list of the Royal Wedding.

Esquire reported:

“Barack Obama and Prince Harry’s friendship, it is “extremely unlikely” that the former President and First Lady of the United States will be invited to this year’s royal wedding, Duncan Lacrombe tells

In Decemeber, CNN reported that Prince Harry told the BBC he didn’t want to “ruin that surprise,” when asked if he would invite Obama, but Lacrombe says he is “almost certain” that the Obamas will not be going to the wedding. The official invitations, however, have not been released.

Lacrombe, a British journalist and biographer of Prince Harry: The Inside Story, adds that reports of the British government pleading for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to exclude Michelle and Barack are likely true. “Diplomacy is very important,” he explains. “Harry and Meghan will be guided by the Foreign Office’s advice.”

The Foreign Office, which is responsible for protecting and promoting British interests worldwide, typically advises inviting foreign royals, dignitaries, and diplomats to royal weddings, Lacrombe says. At Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in 2011, no heads of state were invited. Lacrombe says he expects Harry to follow in his older brother’s footsteps.”

Well isn’t that something? The Obama family gets nixed from a major event. I thought they were everyone’s favorite family? I guess that’s not the case! The official invitation list hasn’t been released yet, but if the reports suggest the Obama’s aren’t invited, then we’re going along with that story. We will fully believe it once the invite list is released, but it seems like the inside reported, Duncan Lacrombe, knows a little something extra that we don’t. There’s an excellent possibility that Lacrombe was told the answer, yet told not to tell anyone yet officially.

Can you imagine being invited to the Royal Wedding? The food would probably be fantastic. The music and entertainment would be like going to watch Disney on Ice. I wouldn’t care much about the nuptials, just give me a good cocktail hour and some great entertainment and I’ll be happy. Obama family would’ve been happy too, but if they’re not invited then I guess that leaves us both out.

What should Barack Obama do if his family isn’t invited to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot? Will he act like he was snubbed and hold a grudge? Will Michelle Obama Tweet something that comes off as seething, entitled, and snotty?

Esquire continues:

“I think part of their understanding is that Harry served as a soldier at the time when Obama was Commander-in-Chief,” Lacrombe explains. “But there’s a different friendship there, rather than like a business relationship.”

Lacrombe adds that he expects Harry might reach out to Obama personally to explain, since they are friends—and that Obama won’t be offended. “I’m sure of all the people that would understand, it would be Barack Obama,” Lacrombe says.”

Friends? That’s funny. Nothing would have stopped me from inviting my real friends to my wedding. I guess their friendship is more like the relationship you have with the town drunk. You know the guy, but you’re not hanging out with him every night.

Think of it like this: Barack Obama and all of us have the same chance to be invited to the Royal Wedding.

Although if you ask me, Prince Harry should cut her loose. Can’t trust anyone who doesn’t allow their husband to hunt.

She might be attractive, but looks aren’t everything, honey.

Convicted Killer Laughs At Victim’s Family In Court, Judge Gives Him ‘Something’ To Really Laugh About

Most citizens cannot imagine the horror of losing a loved one. The pain that grips a family will last the rest of their lives.

What’s even worse is to see their loved one’s killer, completely unremorseful over his actions.

Yet that’s just what happened at a recent trial. The judge, however, set him straight.

From Conservative Tribune:

According to WXYZ News in Detroit, Danta Wright had confessed to killing another young man in Ann Arbor. While relatives of the victim read a heartfelt statement to the court, Wright acted amused by the upset family.

“I’ve lost my only child, my son, my baby, my friend. More than that, I lost laughter and love. I no longer have the hope of having grandchildren,” a family member read aloud from a statement prepared by the victim’s mother.

Wright apparently wasn’t moved by the emotional words, but the judge was outraged by his cavalier attitude.

“Watching you sit there, smile, laugh, shake your head like this was no big deal— I’m very tempted to just say, ‘I’m not going to accept this sentencing agreement and we’ll go to trial’ and if you’re convicted of felony murder, you’ll go to prison for the rest of your life,” Judge David Swartz scolded…

Despite the judge’s temptation to move the case to a full jury trial, Klee’s family stated that they didn’t want to go through a drawn-out legal process. For the sake of closure, they asked the court to keep a plea bargain in place.

Even without a full trial, that plea agreement means that Danta Wright will spend 23 to 50 years in prison.

It’s hard to imagine anyone laughing at the pain of a family. Yet this is the same person who had no problem killing their son.

Sometimes deaths are terrible accidents or crimes of passion. Other times, they are done by people who lack the basic morals needed to live in a civilized society.

This judge was absolutely right in condemning Wright for his shocking attitude in court. He took the life of another man. Yet he showed no sadness or remorse, even after being convicted.

By taking the plea deal, he gets a lesser sentence. But is that fair? That family will never see their son again. A brother and friend is gone forever, but his killer can get off slightly easier, despite his attitude.

My guess is jail will not go well for this one.

Source: Conservative Tribune,