Obama Accuses Republicans of Behaving Like Democrats
Joe Biden sure isn’t going to save Democrat hides this November, and we doubt Barack Obama will either.
He’s just “a celebrity that wants to be a politician.” He might have been a great community organizer in Chicago, but “does that make him the best person” to be president of the United States? “Does that make him equipped to weigh in on the critical decisions about our economy and our foreign policy and our future?”
Barack Obama was dismissing Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker as just “one of the best running backs of all time” during a rally for Senator Raphael Warnock in Georgia, but as you can probably surmise, we turned Obama’s words around on him. Obama cut his teeth as a community
organizer agitator in Chicago, and then spent about five minutes in the Senate before launching a presidential bid, becoming the first man to rob Hillary Clinton of her birthright.
Now, Walker is clearly not the best candidate Georgia Republicans could have put on the field. Obama pointed to his “issues of character,” which was ironically a euphemism for (allegedly) doing what Democrats advocate. But Walker is the candidate, and he stands for a far better agenda than Warnock.
Because Joe Biden is so utterly toxic and thus absent from the campaign trail, Obama has hit the stump for numerous Democrats in recent days, showing up in Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin, and he’ll soon be in Pennsylvania. The party clearly hopes his star power will rub off on their lackluster candidates. That didn’t work when Obama was president — he lost a slew of Democrat seats across the country because he was personally popular but his policies were not. And we expect it’ll go about as well this time.
As Democrats typically do, Obama projected Democrat faults onto Republicans. For example, he said that Walker is “in the habit of not telling the truth, being in the habit of saying one thing and doing another, being in the habit of having certain rules for you and your important friends and other rules for everybody else.” We wonder what Hunter Biden or Hillary Clinton would say about two sets of rules. Democrat politicians set in place all sorts of draconian pandemic rules that they then didn’t follow themselves.
“Just about every Republican politician seems obsessed with two things — owning the libs … and getting Donald Trump’s approval,” Obama mocked. “That’s their agenda. It is not long, it is not complicated, and, at least to me, it is not very inspiring. They aren’t interested in actually solving problems. They are interested in making you angry and finding someone to blame. Because that way you may not notice that they have got no answers of their own.”
Democrats so screwed up the country, so bungled things with their radical leftist agenda, that they’re left with trashing Donald Trump and acting like he’s on the ballot again this November. The Democrats’ primary purpose is to foment anger between carefully divided groups of Americans. They aren’t interested in actually solving problems. They just create them.
“We all should agree that women should be able to control what happens with their bodies,” Obama said. We suppose he was talking about the life of another body within a woman’s body and not about a woman keeping her job while declining to put a novel vaccination in her body under Democrat mandates.
Obama also went after political violence with the backdrop of the attack on Paul Pelosi. “We got politicians who work to stir up division to try to make us angry and afraid of one another for their own advantage, and all of it gets amped up, hyped up 24/7 by social media,” he said, “and sometimes it can turn dangerous.”
Indeed it can. First of all, Pelosi’s left-wing lunatic attacker was no MAGA Republican. Second, does anyone remember the “summer of rage” — the Black Lives Matter/antifa riots that brought untold damage and dozens of murders to American cities throughout the summer of 2020? Does anyone recall the Bernie Sanders fanatic who tried to murder Republicans at a baseball practice? Or the North Dakota man who just murdered a teen for the “crime” of being Republican? Does anyone remember a guy named Barack Obama campaigning for president in 2008 and saying, “If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun”?
We could go on, but you get the idea.
If the best the Democrats can do is trot out a Netflix propagandist to accuse Republicans of acting like Democrats, it’s going to be a long night for Democrats come November 8.
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