Tuesday, March 6, 2018

"Down the Memory-Hole," huh? Not so fast!!...

My, my, myyyyyy, leftist bots & trolls on Twitter just about came unglued when I pointed out a self-evident fact (self-evident to anyone with eyes and ears who didn't live in a cave from 2009 to 2017) about our verbissoner 44th President:  that "Obama was the first President in American history who actively enjoyed seeing Americans fighting each other, and encouraged it.  I tell my son this was the worst thing about him."

Wow, you'd have thought I'd written that a marriage is between a man and a woman, to see the knees jerk.  He was so uniting, so calming, so consensusing, they roared.   Hahaaa, I can take a joke as well as anyone.  But then they actually challenged me to prove it.  Like they were living in rubber rooms through eight long years of Obamunism.  Maybe they were?

There's no point in wasting anytime to try to persuade these mugs, even if they are, maybe, something more than algorithms.  But as a public service, I decided to put together a little handy reference guide for anyone looking for a few examples of Obama's divisiveness, all in one place.  In about ten minutes, I could recall 16.  I'm sure I've barely scratched the surface, if you think of more contact me here or on Twitter (@JewishOdysseus), I'm happy to add to the list!


Obama The Great Divider, Part I:

1)  Even before he was elected, Obama was inciting his minions to "get in the faces" of people who planned to vote for someone else, in Nevada, September 17, 2008.

2)  Obama went onto a foreign broadcast platform, Univision, and freely told Hispanic voters to "punish your enemies" in the midterm US elections, on October 25, 2010.

3)  After Trayvon Martin made the unwise choice of jumping a man who had a lawful firearm, and pounding him into the pavement, Obama chose immediately to pour gasoline rather than water on the fire, by saying "If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon." (White House remarks, May 23, 2012)

4.)  In one of the most breathtakingly condescending and obtuse comments ever made by a candidate, Obama wrote off about 70% of the US population by characterizing them as rural dolts who "get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people who aren't like them." (Fundraiser in San Francisco, April 6, 2008)

6)  Obama was in favor of traditional marriage, before he was against it, before he was in favor of it, before he was against it... (May 9, 2012)

7)  Of all the pastors in Chicago, Obama chose to bring his children to the church of Jeremiah Wright every week...yet Obama never heard a word of Jew-hating or racism. 

8)  Candidate Obama openly admitted to planning the bankrupting of coal-fired power-plants, sabotaging one of America's most important, and highest-employing industries.(San Francisco Chronicle interview, January 17, 2008)


1 comment:

N.E. Brigand said...

As concerns just your first point, which is all I have time for now: what's divisive about Obama encouraging his supporters (whom you divisively choose to call "minions") to engage their friends and neighbors in political discussion?

And he specifically asks them to tell people he believes in the Second Amendment. Yet gun sales soared during his administration because Republicans refused to believe he was telling the truth. He was, though.