Obama told a gathering of Chicago leftists that America needs to be careful with President Trump not to repeat the mistakes that led to Hitler’s rise. We survived Obama, so odds
Hussein Obama reads from a Teleprompter when he speaks, therefore, unless he’s speaking off the cuff, his words are deliberately crafted and reviewed, and, truth or lie, say what they were meant to say.
Speaking before 2,800 libtards in Chicago, at the Economic Club of Chicago, Obama launched an extreme insult and set the stage for future replication by other globalist Democrats, who, ironically, have a much stronger relationship with Nazi philosophy than that which does not exist within President Trump. That’s what Democrats always do, accuse others of their own transgressions and evil.
As a master of entertaining fools and setting the stage for the absorption of his poison by numbing their minds, Obama first engaged in an idiotic Batman vs. Superman debate. That was the basis for a question about what Obama has learned as a “global citizen.” There we go, now he’s talking Democrat lingo.
Obama spewed some milder attacks on President Trump’s America First strategy versus the global welfare and communism that presents the rest of the planet as having some imaginary right to our stuff and us an obligation to support them.
He said, “things don’t happen internationally if we don’t put our shoulder to the wheel. No other country has the experience and bandwidth and ideals. . . .If the U.S. doesn’t do it, it’s not going to happen.” If we don’t donate, if American citizens aren’t raped by the rest of the international community, it’s just not going to happen, is what he should have said.
Obama patted himself on the back, not for preventing Ebola from coming to the United States with passengers who were still allowed visas from infected areas, but for sending our service personnel into infected areas that he wouldn’t dare enter himself, building an airport and dumping huge amounts of resources as global medical welfare.
He said, “We probably saved a million lives by doing that.” Maybe, or maybe the number was ten to twelve. It’s easy to take credit with hypothetical statistics.
Obama got more direct in his attacks on President Trump as he continued disparaging those who don’t share his African-Indonesian, Islamic globalist, anti-American, communist, UN-tainted view of America – what he called nativist mistrust and unease. Globalists always attack those who defend themselves as being irrational and short on trust. He’s a pathological liar connected with those who are working to destroy this nation. Why would anyone in their right mind trust him or believe a single word out of his foul, lecturing trap?
He said the uneven impact of globalization has come too quickly to be absorbed in many cultures, bringing strange new things and people to areas in which “people didn’t (used to) challenge your assumptions.” As a result, “nothing feels solid,” he said. “Sadly, there’s something in us that looks for simple answers when we’re agitated.” No, there’s something in us that says, “What’s this con man trying to pull?”
He moved on to build his final, most despicable argument, citing previous instances of McCarthyism, when his fellow communists of previous generations were attacked by American patriots and naming Richard Nixon as a corrupt President. Nixon was an altar boy compared to the crimes of Clinton and Obama, he just wasn’t nearly the obstructionist and at that time the corruption was on a much smaller scale than it is today.
It also set the stage for comparing President Trump to despotism and tyranny, the main objective from the beginning. Obama accused President Trump of not appreciating or understanding the value of a free press, something that America no longer has. He said, “what I understood was the principle that the free press was vital.”
Obama had a press that was favorable because it was corrupt. Trump has one that is accusatory and hostile for the same reason. He then goes for the jugular, saying, the danger is “grow(ing) complacent, we have to tend to this garden of democracy or else things could fall apart quickly.”
He said that’s what happened in Nazi Germany during the 1930s, what allowed Adolph Hitler rise to power. Not entirely, the American fascists, a group that he and the Bushes are members of in the modern version, made it possible with their financial and political support. Big business supported Hitler, much of it American.
Drawing the connection to President Trump, the foreigner who has still never revealed his true identity said, “Sixty million people died. . . .So, you’ve got to pay attention. And vote.”
He went on to encourage Americans to disarm just as they did when Hitler rose to power, apparently not confident that Americans will just roll over for Obama-Soros globalism like the Nazis did for Hitler. He said, as did his Gestapo Chief Eric Holder before him, that his greatest “regret and disappointment” was the failure to enact strict gun control.
So much for the tradition of former presidents minding their own business. Obama wasn’t really a president after all, since one must be an American citizen for that job. He was an inserted foreign globalist agent and is still a leader of the shadow government and deep state. Those rules don’t require decency, respect, or allowing the American people the time to regain control.
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