Anytime a Republican attracts the targeted ire of Obama, that’s a Republican worth keeping an eye on.
And, as it turns out, GOP presidential candidate Tim Scott has apparently provoked the ire of the former elitist in chief.
As reported by Fox News, Obama recently participated in an interview with Democratic strategist David Axelrod on CNN, which remains ever accommodating to the ultra left.
And, not so surprisingly, Obama delivered rather scathing commentary when questioned on his views towards Tim Scott.
“I think there’s a long history of African-American or other minority candidates within the Republican Party who will validate America and say, ‘Everything’s great, and we can make it.’ Nikki Haley, I think, has a similar approach,” Obama declared.
First off, nice job with “I think,” as it clearly indicates an absence of knowledge coupled with the encouragement of potential disinformation.
However, even more absurdly, how dare Obama question the fact that anyone, with sufficient effort and dedication, can make it?
Of course, some individuals’ journeys are harder than others, especially when accounting for factors such as broken homes, limited socioeconomic status, and other situations that would stand in the way of success.
However, the presence of difficulties hardly means success is impossible, though Obama would clearly like Americans to believe otherwise.
“I’m not being cynical about Tim Scott individually, but I am maybe suggesting the rhetoric of ‘Can’t we all get along’… That has to be undergirded with an honest accounting of our past and our present,” Obama declared, making it clear that he is certainly “cynical,” or at the very least negative, towards Scott.
And as for “an honest accounting of our past?”
Please! Revisionist history at its finest, coming from the Dems.
“And so, if a Republican who may even be sincere in saying, ‘I want us all to live together’ doesn’t have a plan for how do we address crippling generational poverty that is a consequence of hundreds of years of racism in this society and we need to do something about that,” Obama continued.
That’s incredibly rich, coming from a former president whose narcissistic library has just displaced a vast number of Chicagoans who voted for him.
On his part, Scott demonstrated grace towards the perpetually angry ex president.
“[Obama] missed a softball moving at slow speed with a big bat …You can’t miss this opportunity. America was hungry for bringing our country together, this coalition building where you can see Black kids and White kids and red ones and brown ones, as [Martin Luther King, Jr.] spoke about, joining hands and singing with new meaning, ‘My country ‘tis of thee,’” Scott remarked sanguinely.
The aspiring presidential candidate also attested that “it is possible for Americans to come together not because of the color of our skin, but because of the consistency of our value system.”
Internet users responded favorably to Scott, contrasting his optimism with Obama’s deliberately destructive cynicism.
“Scott is the antithesis of Obama. Scott lives in the present and looks to the future. Obama still thinks it’s the 1950’s,” the commenter remarked.
Author: Jane Jones