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Just in case you forgot what a smarmy, disingenuous political hack Obama was, a recent interview on CNN will quickly remind you.
In a special interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Monday night , current shadow President former President Barack Obama spoke about racial and political division in America as well as his third and most recent memoir, A Promised Land . During the interview, Obama was quick to blame Republicans for the division on both fronts saying that they have been “cowed” into accepting “a way of thinking about our democracy that would be unrecognizable and unacceptable even five years ago or a decade ago.”
Yes, just imagine wanting to secure the border, secure elections, and not want to demonize an entire people as evil oppressors simply based on the color of their skin. The horror!
He also invokes the Charlottesville Hoax repeating the repeatedly debunked claim that Trump said that the neo-Nazis marching were “good people” back in 2017.
Obama said that it was this division goes beyond Trump — the “dark spirits” truly began rising in the GOP when Sen. John McCain selected Sarah Palin as his running mate in 2008. Gee, isn’t that just peak misogyny to pin the blame on a woman? Because, as we know from Obama and his sycophants in the media, you cannot criticize the policies of an individual without criticizing the identity of the individual. That’s why all criticisms of Obama’s policies were deemed racist and sprouting from the “fear of a black man in the White House.” That’s all bunk, but if he’s going to say that division came into politics because of Sarah Palin, well, he can wear that “misogynist” label just like he tries to paint all his critics as racist. Obama said that a number of problems are people (read: “Republicans”) who have not “fully reconciled with our history.” He said it […]