Obama Resurfaces In New CNN Interview, And Things Got Racial

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The growing backlash against Critical Race Theory has the political left in a panic. The sick and divisive ideology falsely portrays all white people as being racists and that the nation’s founding is based on slavery.

An increasing number of states are moving to put into place bans on the teachings that bully its victims into submission over their “whiteness” and teach children to hate each other based on their skin color. Now it is all hands on deck to protect the sick dogma championed by Democrats and their mouthpieces in the media.

On Monday, CNN rolled out the big guns with a “special” interview featuring former President Barack Obama. A man obsessed with weaponizing race whose disastrous two terms in the White House saw the reversal of a half-century of progress in race relations.

Obama appeared with the reptilian Anderson Cooper in a wide-ranging interview that always circled back to race and put an official seal of approval on the demonizing of white people. Especially those who are supporters of former President Donald J. Trump.

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Mr. Obama deflected the pushback against CRT as just politics, “You would think with all the public policy debates that are taking place right now that the Republican Party would be engaged in a significant debate about how are we going to deal with the economy and what are we going to do about climate change?” he said.


He added, “Lo and behold the single most important issue to them apparently right now is critical race theory. Who knew that that was the threat to our republic but those debates are powerful because they get at what story do we tell about ourselves.”

Obama seemed to suggest that the backlash against CRT is based on the “racism” of white people who are uncomfortable with being confronted over slavery which was outlawed in the mid-1800s. “Each and every time I tried to describe why it is that we are still not fully reconciled with our history. But, the fact is, it is a hard thing to hear,” he said.

“It’s hard for the majority of this country of white Americans to recognize that, look, you can be proud of this country and its traditions and its history and our forefathers … and yet it is also true that this terrible stuff happened. And that, you know, the vestiges of that linger and continue,” said Obama.

Obama’s CNN appearance comes as the Biden regime is dialing up its racial demagoguery in order to get “voting rights” legislation through the Senate. In reality, the bill that would strip states of their ability to conduct their own elections and institutionalize the forms of cheating that led to Democrats taking control over the federal government in 2020.

Democrats and their lackeys like Hollywood hero and activist Tom Hanks (who wrote an op-ed for the New York Times) have been hammering the false narrative of the “Tulsa Massacre”. The obscure slice of history has been repackaged by the party to coincide with the Orwellian-named “For The People Act” that is the crown jewel of the Dem agenda.



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Obama’s own disdain for America and white people found refuge in Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s church of hate. He sat in its pews for years until it became a political problem. He also repeated the Charlottesville very fine people “on both sides” lie to attack Trump over his insistence that Biden was the beneficiary of a rigged election.

“I thought that there were enough guardrails institutionally that even after Trump was elected that you would have the so-called Republican establishment who would say okay, you know, it’s a problem if the White House isn’t …doesn’t seem to be concerned about Russian meddling, or it’s a problem if we have a president who is saying neo-Nazis are marching in Charlottesville, there are good people on both sides.” Obama said.

He added, “The degree to which we did not see that Republican establishment say hold on, time out, that’s not acceptable. That’s not who we are but rather be cowed into accepting and then finally culminating on January 6 where what originally was ‘Oh, don’t worry, this isn’t going anywhere. We’re just letting Trump and others vent.’, Then suddenly you now have large portions of an elected Congress going along with the falsehood.”

They are very, very worried about what may be found in the ongoing audit of ballots in Arizona’s Maricopa County and that other states may follow suit with their own audits; the question is why?

Tucker Carlson put it best when he called Obama out as a “racial arsonist” and the nation’s 44th president is a very dangerous man with a large following. His acolytes still view him with reverence, despite his mission to finish the job of destroying the nation. You can still see him lurking in the background behind Biden.