On Monday June 7, CNN had a “special” interview with former President Barack Obama.
Mr. Obama dismissed the opposition to Critical Race Theory (CRT) as just politics, “You would think with all the public policy debates that are taking place right now that the Republican Party would be engaged in a significant debate about how are we going to deal with the economy and what are we going to do about climate change?” he said.
He continued, “Lo and behold the single most important issue to them apparently right now is critical race theory. Who knew that that was the threat to our republic but those debates are powerful because they get at what story do we tell about ourselves.”
Obama seemed to imply that the pushback against CRT stems from white people’s “racism” at being faced about slavery, which was abolished in the mid-1800s. “Each and every time I tried to describe why it is that we are still not fully reconciled with our history. But, the fact is, it is a hard thing to hear,” he stated.
“It’s hard for the majority of this country of white Americans to recognize that, look, you can be proud of this country and its traditions and its history and our forefathers … and yet it is also true that this terrible stuff happened. And that, you know, the vestiges of that linger and continue,” said Obama.
Obama’s CNN appearance comes as the Biden administration ramps up its racial demagoguery in the Senate to pass “voting rights” legislation. In fact, the bill will deprive states of their right to run their own elections and institutionalize the types of electoral fraud that contributed to Democrats gaining control of the federal government in 2020.
Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s hate church provided Obama with a safe place for his hatred of America and white people.
“I thought that there were enough guardrails institutionally that even after Trump was elected that you would have the so-called Republican establishment who would say okay, you know, it’s a problem if the White House isn’t …doesn’t seem to be concerned about Russian meddling, or it’s a problem if we have a president who is saying neo-Nazis are marching in Charlottesville, there are good people on both sides.” Obama stated.
He added, “The degree to which we did not see that Republican establishment say hold on, time out, that’s not acceptable. That’s not who we are but rather be cowed into accepting and then finally culminating on January 6 where what originally was ‘Oh, don’t worry, this isn’t going anywhere. We’re just letting Trump and others vent.’, Then suddenly you now have large portions of an elected Congress going along with the falsehood.”
They are extremely concerned about the results of the ongoing ballot audit in Maricopa County, Arizona, and the possibility that other states will follow suit with their own audits.
Former President Barack Obama was labeled a “hater” by Fox News’ Tucker Carlson for criticizing conservative media and insulting opponents of critical race theory.
“Barack Obama spent eight years dividing the country along racial lines. You’d think that’d be enough, more than most people do, you’d think he’d retreat to Hawaii or Martha’s Vineyard, but he’s back to let you know that if you have any problem with your kid’s teachers telling you that some races are better than others, you, my friend, are the racist,” Carlson said in his Tuesday-night show.