Michelle Obama is smart.
Like, smarter than every person she’s ever been around.
While in London, Michelle’s arrogance was on full display.
But Obama offered a “secret” to young women everywhere: “I have been at probably every powerful table that you can think of, I have worked at nonprofits, I have been at foundations, I have worked in corporations, served on corporate boards, I have been at G-summits, I have sat in at the U.N.: They are not that smart.”
Michelle: “We mistakenly thought that Barack Obama was going to erase hundreds of years in history in eight years—that’s ridiculous to think that could happen.“
Not sure about her intellect, but if it’s half as much as her arrogance and smugness, she’s a freaking genius.
— Go Irish (@sjenk26) December 16, 2018
During a speech not long before Michelle’s at…I don’t know, who cares?…Barack Obama made it clear how amazing he is and how everyone who has ever worked with him is a dunce.
He starts by saying that on his path to the presidency he began as a community organizer.
However, Obama quickly realized that people weren’t on his level (because he was so woke) and he needed to seek higher office.
It goes on like that for a while, with Obama climbing the ranks and describing how nobody wants to do the “right thing” – except for him.
This guy, huh?
embarrassed represented America as United Nations ambassador during the Obama admintistration from 2013-2017.
While trying to mock President Trump, Power fell for a North Korean parody account that made her look pretty silly.
Trump decided to skip a cemetery commemoration in France due to bad weather.
Power then sent this tweet:
While President Trump couldn’t seem to find arenas big enough to house his supporters for rallies during the midterm elections, Barack Obama couldn’t say the same.
In fact, Obama had a hard time filling small gymnasiums.
It was learned that a Craig’s List ad offered people $15 to attend an Obama rally for Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams.
The alleged ad claims they will pay attendees $15.00 to attend the event, as similar campaign stops by the former President have not been filled to capacity. They continue: We want a packed house for maximum media exposure and optics.
Conservative radio talker Rush Limbaugh slammed Obama as “pathetic” for attempting to steal credit for the current booming economy.
And if you think about it, Obama has to know he doesn’t have a leg to stand on. After all, he was the only president in history to never have a GDP above 3 percent.
But now when things are flourishing, nearly two years after Obama is out of office, somehow Barack wants people to believe he was the one responsible?
Kind of infuriating.
He’s coming off as entirely petty and desperate (more on that below).
From Daily Wire:
On Monday, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh roasted former President Barack Obama for trying to take credit for his successor’s booming economy in “pathetic” fashion. Obama made the remarks on Sunday night in Chicago, where he was campaigning for Democrats.
“By the way, this was another meager crowd,” he said. “I mean, they said it was 9,600 people. They said that’s what this place held. It was not full. Obama, the Clintons, they just can’t … they can’t do it. They cannot do what Trump does. They cannot draw crowds. They cannot create excitement. They’re trying. They want in on the action, but they’re not pulling it off.”
The host then ran the audio clip of Obama from Sunday night, while occasionally shouting an objection from behind his golden EIB mic (transcript provided by Rushlimbaugh.com):
OBAMA: Democrats had to come in and I had to grab a broom and we had to get a mop and we had to clean up their mess. And it was hard, and it was slow, but we got the economy growing again. And we covered another 20 million folks with health care. And we made sure the wealthiest paid their fair share of taxes. And by the time I left office, wages were rising —
OBAMA: — unemployment had fallen —
OBAMA: — the uninsured rate was falling.
OBAMA: The economy created more jobs over my latest 21 months than it did the 20 months since I’ve left office.
RUSH: No way!
OBAMA: So when you hear the Republicans bragging about how good the economy is right now, where do you think that started?
Rush for the win?