When there’s a will, there’s a way!
If Barack Obama’s real long-term ambition was to destroy the U.S., then he’s unfortunately made headway since his puppet ascended to the Oval Office.
After all, it should be clear to literally everyone by now that Obama is playing a far greater role than some informal advisor to Biden; he’s actively directing, in all likelihood, many of the White House’s most radical movements of all.
Heck, he already openly bragged on public television that the Biden White House is finishing his administration’s job, which shows how much respect Obama has for his so-called “real friend,” yet another typical misrepresentation from the perennially perturbed Psaki.
During yet another self-aggrandizing appearance, Obama couldn’t resist the opportunity to hear his own voice boom throughout the room once again, even if his audience largely consisted of disaffected, social media-addicted college students.
Appropriate, considering Obama’s speech was basically a prolonged defense of social media giants grossly influencing the outcome of high stakes elections.
“The First Amendment is a check on the power of the state. It doesn’t apply to private companies like Facebook and Twitter,” Obama intoned.
What a revelatory remark, Mr. Obama. And exactly what happens when “the state” uses social media giants like Facebook and Twitter for its own nefarious purposes, such as suffocating the Hunter Biden story right before a high stakes election?
A story that has become all the more relevant in light of Putin’s mass murder in Ukraine, not to mention China’s open funding of the mass murder?
Moreover, too bad “the state” is already violating the amendment in many other regards, particularly in public schools and public universities, which are totally dependent on federal taxpayer funds.
Those same institutions permit leftists to effectively chase conservative students with pitchforks for daring to express any belief contrary to the woke cause.
Not to mention permit endless protests, playdough, and other absurd therapies following Trump’s victory in 2016.
Leftist universities are also the central distribution center for extreme left orthodoxy, with critical race theory (CRT) and a gargantuan array of “sexuality studies” all originating from so-called higher education.
Not to mention the source of clear irony, given that Obama spewing his anti-First Amendment rhetoric at a leftist university, Stanford no less, a hop, skip, and jump away from the increasingly amoral world of Big Tech.
Plus, one can only imagine how woke the federal government is itself.
As if anyone is going to feel comfortable expressing how they feel without having some rabid leftist come after them. Heck, even empty cars with Trump bumper stickers have been known to serve as the object of leftist rage on more than one occasion.
“While content moderation can limit the distribution of clearly dangerous content, it doesn’t go far enough,” Obama brayed, speaking with all the confidence of someone who never fears censorship.
Or, for that matter, fears being redirected by an Easter bunny on the global stage, as Biden recently was during the White House’s first annual Easter Egg roll in two years.
By “dangerous content,” of course, Obama means any content that contravenes Emperor Fauci or other “raw sewage” that doesn’t serve Democrat aims.
““People like Putin and Steve Bannon for that matter understand it’s not necessary for people to believe disinformation in order to weaken democratic institutions, you just have to flood the public square with enough raw sewage,” Obama remarked grimly.
Or, alternately, social media giants suffocate real raw sewage that the public should be aware of, namely Hunter Biden’s nefarious international business dealings.
Conveniently, Obama doesn’t address this suppression. Given that he is effectively calling for more suppression … of conservative views, of course.
“[O]ver time we lose our capacity to distinguish between fact, opinion, and wholesale fiction. Or maybe we just stop caring,” Obama grimly remarked.
Tell that to CNN …
Author: Jane Jones