Obama Visits Saudi Arabia for Feedback on Weapons Sold to Kingdom

 LAST UPDATED @ 8:15PM (4.20.2016)

President Obama visits Saudi Arabia to make sure the weapons America sold the kingdom are satisfactory to the brutal regime.

Saudi F-15
A Saudi F-15. (Above) (Public Domain Image)

RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA (The Nil Admirari) - Earlier today, President Obama arrived in Saudi Arabia to get feedback on the weapons Washington had sold to the kingdom. Obama declared he was simply following up on the record-breaking sale of arms to the Saudis, which the president hoped to expand in exchange for the kingdom's friendship.

"America needs to make sure the weapons it is selling Saudi Arabia are helping the kingdom stifle the most basic freedoms inside its despotic kingdom, and allow it to better support Sunni extremists around the world," announced Obama, who noted Hillary Clinton aggressively sold weapons to the Saudis as U.S. Secretary of State.

President Obama continued, "Because the United States really needs Saudi Arabia. And if that means selling the Saudis more weapons so they can brutally kill all of their real and imagined enemies, then that's what we will do."

"The Saudis have been jittery about our nuclear deal with Iran, and not thrilled about all the money they wasted supporting Islamic State, so they'll need more weapons very soon," explained Obama.

An unidentified member of the press asked President Obama if he had received any complaints from the Saudis about the weapons America had sold them.

"The Saudis are concerned the internationally-banned cluster bombs we sold them are not killing enough people in Yemen," replied Obama.


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