So hypocritical it defies understanding. After Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump in an historic election battle of epic proportions, Obama had to break the news to his tender daughters, according to The New Yorker. It’s obvious that Obama is terrified that Trump will undo all his hard fought evil legacy. That’s the only reason he campaigned for the Hildabeast. But despite his efforts, Trump trounced the shrew. And all Obama was left with were platitudes to impart to his offspring.
He said people are complicated. Yeah, that’s deep… not. It’s just lame. And did he talk about God’s plan in all this? Nope. He referred to biology and chemistry, as if the American people are somehow genetically deficient because they didn’t elect another stone cold Marxist. And messy? Messy is what Obama has done to this country. He’s left such a mess that it will take more than one presidency to fix it. As far as the kindness, respect and understanding that Obama refers to… you mean like the protesters rioting in the streets who hate Trump and mainstream America? He must have a different definition for those words than most of us do.
From Western Journalism:
President Barack Obama struggled to explain the results of the Nov. 8 election to his daughters, according to a New Yorker profile on the president.
Obama campaigned furiously for Democrat Hillary Clinton during the presidential race, and he repeatedly painted Republican Donald Trump as bigoted and xenophobic.
He believed much of his legacy depended on a Clinton victory.
However, when Trump won the election in a shocking upset, Obama still had some comforting words to say to his daughters.
“What I say to them is that people are complicated,” Obama told The New Yorker’s David Remnick.
“Societies and cultures are really complicated. … This is not mathematics; this is biology and chemistry. These are living organisms, and it’s messy. And your job as a citizen and as a decent human being is to constantly affirm and lift up and fight for treating people with kindness and respect and understanding.
“And you should anticipate that at any given moment there’s going to be flare-ups of bigotry that you may have to confront, or may be inside you and you have to vanquish. And it doesn’t stop. … You don’t get into a fetal position about it. You don’t start worrying about apocalypse. You say, OK, where are the places where I can push to keep it moving forward.”
Obama went on to elude to his daughters that the result of the election had to do with bigotry. He should know, he’s got it down pat. He says it’s not the apocalypse and he’s right. That would have been Hillary getting elected. The order for an apocalypse has been canceled for now.
And as Obama always does, he made the election all about himself. Outlining how he was an outsider too. Well, I wish he would have stayed outside where he belonged. He’s done so much damage that it’s hard to wrap your head around it.
He just couldn’t resist taking another swipe at Trump’s supporters either: “What I’m suggesting is that the lens through which people understand politics and politicians is extraordinarily powerful,” he said. “And Trump understands the new ecosystem, in which facts and truth don’t matter. You attract attention, rouse emotions, and then move on.” Obama himself wouldn’t know the truth or a real fact if it trout smacked him in the nose. So spare us please.