According to Fox News host Laura Ingraham, Barack Obama is now trying to sell the idea that racism is the foundation of American life, despite having been elected President twice, having graduated from Harvard Law School, owning nearly $100 million worth of extravagant properties in the most reserved enclaves of America, and spending the summers with celebrities on mega yachts.
According to Rich Lowry, former President Obama does not want the United States to be recognized by the wrong crowd.
In a podcast interview, Obama criticized Republicans Tim Scott, and Nikki Haley, saying that there was an extensive record of minority candidates inside the Republican Party that would validate America and say everything’s wonderful and everybody can make it.
Obama’s words exemplified the typical contempt with which leftists see conservative minorities. To some on the political left, they are racial traitors who pose a serious danger by using their own credibility to challenge the dominant story about racism.
Reports show that Tim Scott gave Obama one of his trademark responses, saying that his life invalidates the lies of the far left.
Lowry wrote that it was rich for Obama to lecture the descendant of slaves on the reality of race in America, given that he was born to an African economist and a Caucasian mother that sent Obama to a top Hawaii prep school.
Though it has its share of problems and a checkered history, the nation is hardly the nightmare dictatorship of white privilege depicted in left-wing caricature.
If this weren’t the case, it would be puzzling that many individuals from minority groups in their home countries are ready to relocate to the United States.
A report suggests that ex-President Obama has recommended using “digital fingerprints” to help the government censor speech that doesn’t conform to the Democrat goals. This was proposed during a segment of a CNN podcast called “The Axe Files,” hosted by David Axelrod, Obama’s former senior White House adviser.
Obama pushed for the creation of digital watermarking technologies to differentiate between real and fake news. Obama, however, was the person who first circulated the debunked charge that then-candidate Trump had colluded with Russia to ensure his win in 2016.