Screen Shot 2016-05-27 at 8.40.57 PMIf you’ve been hand selected by Obama in any capacity, then it likely means you have a healthy disregard for right and wrong.

Of course, you know this. After all, you’ve been watching the sad saga of Conservatives trying to get enough traction to prosecute Hillary for her disgusting email scandal (and struggling to do so because of political interference).

And you had ample evidence of this while watching Lois Lerner dance around the truth in congressional hearings and get away with obvious targeting of conservatives.

And let’s not even get started on Eric Holder and Fast & the Furious…

The sheer amount of corruption is infuriating.

And that’s why what you’re about to read concerning what the Secretary of the Veterans Administration said about their treatment of our nation’s finest is going to leave you seeing red.

When asked about the excessive wait times encountered by our vets at VA hospitals and why the VA was not concerned about the wait times, the secretary of the VA brushed it off as inconsequential.

The Washington Examiner wrote about this in a recent write up and it’s incredibly offensive to see Obama’s minions treating brave men and women like this.

Again, when Robert McDonald, Obama’s handpicked VA secretary was asked why the VA didn’t pay more attention to the long wait times, his response made it seem like waiting in long, potentially fatal lines was akin to waiting to go on your favorite roller coaster.

No, really.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald on Monday compared the length of time veterans wait to receive health care at the VA to the length of time people wait for rides at Disneyland, and said his agency shouldn’t use wait times as a measure of success because Disney doesn’t either.

“When you got to Disney, do they measure the number of hours you wait in line? Or what’s important? What’s important is, what’s your satisfaction with the experience?” McDonald said Monday during a Christian Science Monitor breakfast with reporters. “And what I would like to move to, eventually, is that kind of measure.”

Bear in mind to say something so brash is to get a glimpse at the callous hearts controlling the body’s of Obama’s leadership. These aren’t anomalies in the slighest.

Upon hearing what McDonald said Paul Ryan tweeted a response that rightfully put him in place “This is not make-believe, Mr. Secretary. Veterans have died waiting in those lines,” he said in a tweet directed to McDonald.

Of course MCDonald and his team have back-pedaled since it came to light there’s been massive about of fraud in VA’s all across the nation.

McDonald faced questions at the breakfast about the VA’s lack of transparency surrounding how long veterans must wait to receive care at VA facilities around the country. The agency has weathered controversy over the past several years due to its struggle to provide timely care for many patients.

The VA secretary said most veterans report being satisfied with their care and argued that the average wait time for a veteran seeking VA treatment is only a matter of days.

He said he did not believe a measure called the “create date,” which gauges a veteran’s wait time by counting from the day the veteran first requests care, was a “valid measure” of a veteran’s VA experience.

The Government Accountability Office released a report in April exploring the metric used to count a veterans’ wait time, called the “preferred date.” The measure does not count from the time a veteran first calls to make an appointment.

All in all this is indicative of a huge problem in D.C. and with the Democrat leadership under Obama.

How do you feel about how the veterans are treated? Considering many of these people have lost limbs, families, and all kinds of other benefits that should have been afforded to them do you feel like they’re getting the short end of the stick?

Tell us in the comments below.