Former President Obama Attacks President Trump And His Supporters At Recent Speech

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We all knew that at some point former president Obama would let his voice be heard heading into the mid-term election. It was inevitable. As sure as we are breathing right now it was going to happen. What we did not know was what would one of the worse mistakes that America has ever made say when he started to become more actively involved in the mid-term elections. Now we know that as well. At a mid-term campaign speech that took place Friday at the University of Illinois former President Obama could have chosen to speak on any of the many issues that Americans are focused on heading into the mid-term election. Instead of contributing anything that could have shown that he has at least a minimal level of intelligence the first black president of the United States went straight for the race card. It’s funny how he was able to do that when any white person who played the race card would have been called a racist. However, as desperate as playing the race card revealed former President Obama and the rest of the Democrats really are it did not stop there.

The first black president told those in attendance at the rally that took place Friday they have the power to make sure that white nationalist don’t feel encouraged to march with their hoods on or off in Charlottesville. This was clearly said to present anyone who supports for President Trump as a neo-Nazi, racist, or a white nationalist. The idea that there are Americans in the United States who can think for themselves and do not agree with the Democrats really scares these people which is why the former president Obama and his supporters are doing the traditional leftist attack strategy and trying to get an emotional response out of Americans.

As the speech of one of America’s biggest mistakes to be put in the White House continued the former President Obama said, “I’m here today because this is one of those pivotal moments when every one of us as citizens of the United States need to determine just who we are, what it is that we stand for. As a fellow citizen, not as an ex-president, I’m here to deliver a simple message, which is that you need to vote, because our democracy depends on it.”

At any time the attacks could have come to a stop and the former President Obama could have added something of substance for Democrat supporters to think upon in regards to the issues heading into the mid-term elections. They didn’t. Instead the former President Obama tried to claim that the honorable President Trump is not really a conservative despite the fact that President Trump has appointed two of the most conservative Supreme Court justices that we’ve had in my life time.

Former President Obama said, “none of this is conservative. I don’t mean to pretend I’m channeling Lincoln now, but that’s not what he had in mind, I don’t think, when he formed the Republican Party. It sure isn’t normal. It’s radical. It’s a vision that says our protection of our power is all that matters. That is not a check. That’s not how our democracy’s supposed to work. These people aren’t elected. They’re not doing us a service by actively promoting 90 percent of the crazy stuff that’s coming out of this White House, and saying, ‘Don’t worry, we’re preventing the other 10 percent.’”

When the attention of former President Obama was finally taken off of President Trump himself, Obama tried to guilt trip and shame Christians and Conservatives into betraying their own political party and values. It was the goal of former President Obama to try and get Christians and Conservatives to vote Democrat in the mid-term elections when he said, “even if you don’t agree with me or Democrats on policy, even if you agree with more libertarian economic views, even if you are an evangelical and the position on social issues is a bridge too far. I’m here to tell you that you should still be concerned and should still want to see a restoration of honesty and decency and lawfulness in our government. It should not be Democratic or Republican. It should not be partisan to say that we do not pressure the attorney general or the FBI to use the justice system as a cudgel to punish our political opponents.”

It did not take long for former President Obama to place the spotlight back on President Trump as he implied that President Trump was a Nazi sympathizer.