Far-left Irish politician Clare Daly, formerly a leader in the country's Socialist Party, is being called "disgraceful" by her compatriots after lashing out against President Obama in the wake of his visit to Ireland for the G-8 Summit.
A Teachta Dála (member of parliament) of Dublin North, Daly mocked the Obama family for repeatedly referring to Ireland as "home" before ripping into the U.S. president's foreign policy.
"It's hard to know which is worse," she added, "the outpourings of the Obamas themselves, or the sycophantic fawning over them by sections of the media and political establishment."
She called Obama the "hypocrite of the century" for telling Irish youths the United States supports those who choose peace, while providing arms to Syrian rebels and increasing drone strikes by 200 percent.
"The reality is, by any serious examination, this man is a war criminal," Daly declared. "He has just announced his decision to supply arms to the Syrian opposition, including the jihadists, fueling the destabilization of that region, and continuing to undermine secularism and knock-back conditions for women."
She proceeded to excoriate the country's Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Edna Kenny, for making Ireland "a nation of pimps, prostituting ourselves for a pat on the head" and a "lapdog of U.S. imperialism."
Watch her complete speech, and Kenny's response to it, below:
President Obama has been facing increasing scrutiny both at home and abroad as scandal after scandal rocks the administration. From Ireland the president went to Germany, where he was greeted by a crowd of about 200,000 people in 2008.
This time, an estimated 6,000 people showed up.
(H/T: Gateway Pundit)