The day after President-elect Trump’s MONUMENTAL, HISTORIC, ‘UNHEARD OF’, UNPRECEDENTED victory — President Obama talked to Jann Wenner of ‘Rolling Stone’ [a.k.a. a big-time ‘liberal rag’].
He [Obama] started off by saying he was disappointed and that he believes that Hillary Clinton would make a better President than President-elect Trump. HOW TRASHY.
“Well, I’m disappointed, partly because I think Hillary Clinton would be a very fine president. As I said on the campaign trail, a lot of the work we’ve done is only partially complete. And we need some continuity in order for us to maximize its benefits.”
Think about it, folks. President Obama’s first statement isn’t a congratulatory and optimistic message for President-elect Trump, it’s just a statement of bitter sadness and cynicism [cynicism of Trump]. No class, whatsoever!
President Obama then said that he did not expect President-elect Trump to be the victor on November 8th.
” … So I think the odds of Donald Trump winning were always around 20 percent. That [doesn’t] seem like a lot, but one out of five is not that unusual. It’s not a miracle.”-President Obama
President Obama then, vehemently, criticized President-elect Trump’s policies. Obama said that Trump’s Supreme Court selections do not coincide with his own interpretation of the Constitution.
Well Obama, that’s because Trump’s Supreme Court selections don’t have their own interpretation of the Constitution like you do and so many other liberal Democrats. Trump’s Supreme Court [Justice] selections interpret the Constitution as it was written, as the ‘Founding Fathers’ meant for it to be.
Obama continued to bash Trump’s policies. He said that the progress [his administration] has made on climate change will be “threatened” by Trump. Obama also condemned Trump’s plan to repeal and replace [disastrous] Obamacare.
Obama then tried to undermine [the legitimacy of] Trump’s monumental victory [which Trump won in a landslide, decisively (electorally)]. Obama acted as if the older people of America got it all wrong and that the Millennials [and all the other young Americans] got it right. Here’s what he said.
“If you look at the data from the election, if it were just young people who were voting, Hillary would have gotten 500 electoral votes. So we have helped, I think, shape a generation to think about being inclusive, being fair, caring about the environment. And they will have growing influence year by year, which means that America over time will continue to get better.”-President Obama
Obama then was asked if he thought that the USA was a progressive country [a.k.a. a radical, left-wing, liberal country]. Obama responded with a [vague] answer. And of course, Obama trashed Fox News.
“I think that nothing is determined [Obama discussing whether or not the USA is a progressive country], but that the number of people who have a strong belief in a fair, just, equal, inclusive America is the majority and is growing.
And part of the challenge, though, that we do have, and this is something that I’ve been chewing on for a while now, is that there is a cohort of working-class white voters that voted for me in sizable numbers, but that we’ve had trouble getting to vote for Democrats in midterm elections. In this election, [they] turned out in huge numbers for Trump.
[It’s true. Despite Van Jones saying that the reason Trump won was due to racist white people, the reason Trump won was (majorly) due to white people that voted for Obama — but decided to choose Trump this go-around.]
And I think that part of it has to do with our inability, our failure, to reach those voters effectively. Part of it is Fox News in every bar and restaurant in big chunks of the country,
[So Obama inaccurately claims that Fox News is in every bar in the country? Funny, because I’ve been in several bars throughout my lifetime and I have never seen Fox News on any TV screen in those bars. Also, Mr. President (Obama), you’ve got every major media outlet (besides Fox News) on your side and yet you complain about the one (major) news outlet that ISN’T in your corner? You are such a crybaby and such a sore loser, Obama!]
… but part of it is also Democrats not working at a grassroots level, being in there, showing up, making arguments. That part of the critique of the Democratic Party is accurate. We spend a lot of time focused on international policy and national policy and less time being on the ground. And when we’re on the ground, we do well. This is why I won Iowa. [It’s true. Obama won Iowa in both of the general elections (2008 and 2012) that he competed in.]“
Amazing how Obama always called for Trump to quit griping about the media, yet Obama always complains about Fox News. Notice how the entire media is liberally-biased? Obama and the Democrats have all the odds in their favor when it comes to the media! The only major news outlet that they do not control is Fox News, and yet they still complain [and blame Fox News for their failures].
Obama then made a big statement in which he shows excessive admiration for himself. Take a look.
“I couldn’t be prouder of the work that we’ve done over the last eight years. When I turn over the keys to the federal government to the next president of the United States, I can say without any equivocation that the country is a lot better off. The economy is stronger, the federal government works better, and our standing in the world is higher. And so I can take great pride in the work we’ve done. I can take great satisfaction in the people we’ve helped.”-President Obama
Is President Obama delusional? I believe he truly is! His GDP growth is the weakest [of all time], the federal government is more intrusive [Obamacare], the federal government is squashing the middle class, the federal government is putting coal miners out of work, and our standing in the world is not higher. Under Obama, the USA is weaker and less-respected. Our enemies are emboldened and ISIS rose to prominence rapidly under Obama’s feckless, weak, wimpy, cowardly ‘leadership’. I just debunked everything that Obama [‘delusionally’] said about himself and his team.
President Obama and his wife, Michelle, plan to go on a vacation after his second term expires [in January of 2017, THANK GOD]. Not a shocker to hear that Obama is going on vacation. We’ve seen him take a lot of time for vacations [on the taxpayers’ dollars].
“I will continue to be very active and Michelle is going to continue to be very active — and [on] the very thing that brought us here, which is our belief that when you work with people on the ground at a grassroots level, change happens. When people feel disconnected from the institutions of government, they can swing back and forth in all sorts of ways.”-President Obama
So as you see, Obama said that he will be ‘very active’ [politically] after Trump takes control on January 20th, 2017 [finally, THANK GOD, a real leader is in the Oval Office].
And you see that Obama said that “when people feel disconnected from the institutions of government” they are more cynical of the government and don’t show much loyalty. Well, Obama, that’s because this is America and when ‘government intrusion’ is the reason why George Washington [fiercely and bravely] led the American Revolution against the French and against the British Parliament, so that the USA could declare it’s independence from the tyranny of the British. Here in America, we don’t need the government to be ‘overly-intrusive’ like you want it to be. We want the government out of our d*mn lives! [And if you don’t (want the government out of your business) then you might just be a commie / Marxist / socialist.]
President Obama, hilariously and ridiculously, thought that he could offer President-elect Trump [a self-made, self-paid, globally-known, globally-respected, globally-renowned, globally-successful businessman / magnate / entrepreneur] some of his own advice. President Obama tried to tell President-elect Trump that he should be loyal to his policies, even when they are not popular among the American people [a.k.a. when they are failing (badly)]. Well, Obama, Trump’s policies are ‘commonsense’, sensible, logical, well-developed, detailed policies that have been proven to work [when implemented by a ‘strongman’ type of leader]. Trump will be successful and you [Obama] will remain a failure, with no legacy whatsoever … Okay, well maybe a ‘legacy of lies’.
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