Barry…Barry…Barry (aka Barack). While you were busy trashing the man who is arguably the most important President of our time, President Trump was likely making a deal that would create more jobs and further reduce his historically low black unemployment numbers. You know, the black community that you only pretended to represent, but instead used to fuel your race war, as a way to divide our country, believing it would benefit Hillary in the 2016 election.
You couldn’t have been more wrong…
When your divisive wife embarrassingly told the crowd of Democrats at the 2016 DNC convention that when Republicans go low, your Party goes high, nobody, not even the Democrats at the convention, could have imagined the depths to which you, your friends in the mainstream media, and your dying Party would actually sink. No one could have imagined the hateful, violent attacks on Trump supporters or the unimaginable attacks on his family and members of his administration that would follow Hillary’s stunning loss in the 2016 election. Nobody could have guessed that so many adults were capable of such shameless bullying of one man and of his family. But most of all, nobody on your side could have imagined a world where the Left could lose, and that is the real reason you are coming out of hiding, after promising to stay quiet after leaving the White House.
You’re coming out of hiding now because the smell of fear is so pungent that you could no longer stay holed up in your DC bunker with your dark, former advisor, Valerie Jarrett. You needed to get out and reinvigorate your angry minions. You needed to get out and remind your supporters that your race war isn’t over yet, and assure them that despite the fact that the Democrat Party has been humiliated by the historic economic successes of President Trump, that you’re still here, and together, with your crooked former Attorney General Eric Holder and your crooked former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, you will do everything in your power to fight our President and his promise to “Make America Great Again”.
Your presence in Chicago today reminds your base that you’re still using racial hatred and division as a way to agitate and scare minority voters into going the polls in 2018.
You’re presence reminds your base that you’re still fighting behind the scenes to force your agenda, as you work with dirty politicians like former Governor Terry McAullife to give felons the right to vote, with your fellow Democrats to find ways to bring massive groups of illegal immigrants to our voting booths, and to achieve the most difficult task of all… finding a way in the most impressive economy in decades, to make Americans see the need to rely on government for help.
Most importantly, however, is that your presence today, reminds Americans of why we all voted for President Trump in the first place.
Well played Barry…well played.
Breitbart News reported on Barry Soetoro’s, aka Barack Obama’s speech in Chicago at the University of Illinois today.
“Just a glance at recent headlines should tell you that this really is different,” Obama said about the upcoming midterm election being “most important” in their lifetime.
Obama acknowledged that he wished to address the country as a “fellow citizen” not an “ex-president” but said that the moment was too great to remain silent.
The former president addressed students at the University of Illinois, criticizing everything about Trump’s presidency, calling it a “dark” period of American history.
(Obama’s divisive speech can be seen here)
He reminded them that periods of progress in American were frequently followed by periods of resistance to change and a “step back.”
“It did not start with Donald Trump. He is a symptom, not the cause. He’s just capitalizing on resentments that politicians have been fanning for years,” Obama said.
He pointed to the rise of white-nationalism and racial division and condemned Republicans for stoking resentment to remain in power.
“Over the past few decades the politics of division and resentment and paranoia has unfortunately found a home in the Republican party,” Obama said.
He implied that his presidency was a period of progress, that was followed by Trump.
“There’s always been another darker aspect to America’s story,” Obama said, asserting that the country frequently took “two steps back” every time they moved forward.
He condemned Republicans for allowing conspiracy theories to rage about Benghazi and his birth certificate and implied that Trump and the Republicans were appealing to “racial nationalism that’s barely veiled if veiled at all.”
Obama referred to Trump as a “bully” who deserved to be rejected by the American people.
“We are Americans, we’re supposed to stand up to bullies, not follow them,” he said. “We’re supposed to stand up to discrimination. And we’re sure as heck supposed to stand up clearly and unequivocally to Nazi sympathizers.”
Republicans, he said, were appealing to “tribe” by trying to divide people by race and gender.
“None of this is conservative,” Obama said.
Despite the dark tone of his speech, Obama urged his supporters to stay positive.
“Out of this political darkness, I’m seeing a great awakening,” he said.
President Trump responded to Barry’s divisive and critical speech in the best way possible, with a joke. He told the crowd at his Montana rally that he “fell asleep” during Obama’s speech. Trump also mocked Barack Obama for attempting to take credit for Trump’s amazing economy. Trump reminded the crowd of his supporters, that the truth of the matter is, while President Obama was in office he presided over the weakest economic recovery this nation has ever had.