Tucker Carlson has as his guest author David Garrow, who has written what Carlson describes as “an exhaustive, thousand page look at the former ‘president’s’ life prior to being elected.” Garrow describes it as remarkable “that someone could twice be elected ‘president’ of the United States, serve eight years, and huge pieces of his earlier life remained undiscovered. And it’s not just a girlfriend, it’s his closet intellectual companion, his closest friend from Harvard Law School, the person who actually helped edit his autobiographical memoir, “Dreams from my Father.” It’s remarkable that journalists didn’t do this basic legwork back in 2007, 2008.
Garrow is a progressive Democrat who looks at the transition of a similarly motivated Obama in his early years as a Chicago politician and the evolution into whatever he has now become. Carlson notes the description Garrow uses in the epilogue of his book being that of “a hollow man.” He’s gone from a modest middle class existence to rubbing shoulders with billionaires and celebrities and making $400,000 dollar speeches. That evolution has Garrow, “Disturbed and perplexed that he has changed so dramatically over the last fifteen years.” He says the need to become president fundamentally changed who Obama was, describing him as previously being a very good person.
Carlson notes that Garrow indicates the Mooch was not his first choice as a wife, asking him to explain the criteria Obama uses to make his decision in that regard. Garrow doesn’t get into the particulars of how that process unfolded but he notes a longtime relationship with a woman who was of mixed Dutch and Japanese heritage that was never uncovered during the years before and while he was in office. There’s also this guy “Rob” who was Obama’s closest friend at Harvard. It seems there is more Garrow would like to tell us about, Rob.
Carlson also observes, based upon information contained in the book, that Obama makes important personal decisions not so much upon emotion but through analysis, saying, “It seems like at key points in his life, Obama made decisions that were not human decisions, he seems to make decisions based upon political calculation, going back a long time, including on who he married. And there’s a coldness…that’s at the center of the guy and it’s really striking.” Garrow attributes it to a “deep, profound political ambition.”
Carlson doesn’t ask and Garrow doesn’t volunteer any information regarding the questions of the phony documentation, the lack of any pictures of the children when they were little or of a pregnant Mooch. The issues of Obama’s rumored gay lifestyle may have been hinted at with his mention of Rob, the Harvard friend.
His drug use was also left out of the interview, though at least a passing reference to anti-white racism was made with the mention of the preacher of hate, Jeremiah Wright. Maybe we’re supposed to buy the book for those revelations or perhaps this book is just more of the same superficial Obamacrap, intended to provide the appearance that the story’s been told already and thus discouraging any investigative reporter who wants to dig into the truth.
The appearance to those curious journalistic minds would be that there’s nothing new to discover, the 1,000 page book got it all. Maybe it did, maybe not.
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