Barack Obama, the ugliest and most divisive American president until Joe Biden came along, shared what many are calling one of the worst tweets in the history of the platform. Considering everything that’s been seen in the social media cesspool over the years, that’s no small feat.
And it’s also not hyperbole.
Obama has long been the Divider-in-Chief, but his cruel messaging after the horrific events in Uvalde only serve to remind all of how awful he is as a person and human being.
As we grieve the children of Uvalde today, we should take time to recognize that two years have passed since the murder of George Floyd under the knee of a police officer. His killing stays with us all to this day, especially those who loved him.
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) May 25, 2022
“As we grieve the children of Uvalde today, we should take time to recognize that two years have passed since the murder of George Floyd under the knee of a police officer. His killing stays with us all to this day, especially those who loved him.”
If someone tried to find a way to be less compassionate and more politically motivated, they’d be hard pressed to top this tripe.
Nineteen children were brutally murdered and he has the gall to remind everyone about the fentanyl-overdosing George Floyd. Considering Obama’s stance toward policing, he’s probably even glad the local police twiddled their thumbs for half an hour outside the school while children were being massacred.
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The Washington Examiner quickly labeled the tweet as “one of the worst tweets in history.” It noted:
“Florida Republican Vice Chairman Christian Ziegler blasted Obama for being insensitive.
“Quickest, weirdest and most insensitive Tweet Pivot I have seen,” Ziegler tweeted. “Obama turned the page on the children of Uvalde and moved the attention to George Floyd in less then 280 characters. I mean… couldn’t he have separated the two into 2 Tweets and waited 2 mins between both posts?”
“I’ve seen some awful tweets in my time, but this has to be one of the very worst,” one person tweeted.
“Let’s stand George Floyd on the dead bodies of slaughtered children. This is one of the worst tweets in history,” Blaze podcast host Jason Whitlock wrote.”
The commentary on Obama’s tweet was far from complete on the pages of the Examiner. The entire thread of Obama’s horrendous remembrance was filled with a litany of perfect responses.
No sir, it doesn’t. The media made a martyr out of a man who didn’t deserve it. Those babies were truly innocent, he wasn’t. Let’s not put them in the same sentence of a man who’s untimely death was used to unleash a summer’s worth of chaos in the name of faux social justice.
What in God’s name is wrong with you
“It sucks those kids died, but remember George Floyd? He’s who I’m still thinking about.” — Barack Obama
This is truly sick. 19 innocent children and 2 hero teachers were killed… and to the Divider-in-Chief, the real victim of Uvalde is George Floyd?
Children, shmildren. Sure those kids died but let’s honor Floyd, a BLM icon. You are my president forever and I’m Canadian. Your ability to say nothing in such an articulate manner is inspiring. Thank you. [I’ll also retweet.]
While we’re at it why don’t we remember the families of the Syrian civilians you droned
Seriously?? This is the statement you make?? Guess you have to keep those flames of division burning even today.
Hailey Sanibel fiercely loves freedom. She is a contributing author at Trending Politics and writes regularly at The Blue State Conservative.