One of the things that Barack Obama seems to think that he is an expert on is everything. No kidding.
If you walked up to Barack Obama right now and asked him how to repair the exhaust system on a 1982 Buick Skylark he would try to tell you how to do it despite having no automotive knowledge at all because he thinks he is an expert on everything.
If you asked him what the best situation that a runner on third should try to steal home plate in a baseball game, he would likely be more than willing to tell you despite the only thing that’s athletic about him is his feet.
Barack Obama has the answer to everything, at least what liberals believe. They think that he is the successful merging of a Magic 8 ball, a fortune telling machine at the carnival and the MU-TH-UR computer from the movie Alien all rolled into one. Now, what’s Barack Obama’s latest Carnac the Magnificent type answer?
Barack Obama has determined what’s wrong with the United States and he has the answer…..it’s Americans.
On Tuesday, the former president appeared at Rice University in Texas and gave a free-wheeling talk about problems and challenges facing the country. Obama was joined by James Baker, the 88-year-old who was the secretary of state in the early 90’s.
During part of his comments, the 44th president seemed to double down on what has become a bit of a theme: Blaming everyday citizens for anything he doesn’t like, while taking no responsibility himself.
From Western Journal:
“Obama noted the failure of the country to properly adapt to the rapid economic changes brought about by globalization and how he felt that brought on the nationalist politics of the Donald Trump era,” explained The Washington Free Beacon.
Gee, if only the president who held office for eight years before Trump could have addressed that! If Obama ever finds out who that was, he’ll surely give them a stern scolding.
Obama echoed the liberal narrative that the only reason Trump won in 2016 was because of racism and xenophobia.
Obama chastises America: Our Founders created identity politics with “3/5ths clause” and Jim Crow perpetuated it … Americans have suffered a “great smugness” about our wealth and post-Cold War hegemony. pic.twitter.com/P0icpCgr8g
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) November 28, 2018
“In those environments, you then start getting a different kind of politics … that’s based on, ‘that person’s not like me and it must be their fault,’ and you start getting a politics based on a nationalism that’s not pride in country but hatred for somebody on the other side of the border,” the former president lectured.