Obama Compares Trump to 'Hitler,' But Disturbing Video of Michelle Obama Sets the Record Straight
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Obama Compares Trump to ‘Hitler,’ But Disturbing Video of Michelle Obama Sets the Record Straight

There are two things you can always count on- President Trump leading America the right way, and former President Barack Obama criticizing him every step of the way. But, if you for one second assumed Obama would be the one to play fair, you thought wrong. In fact, Obama went as low as to call Trump “Hitler” during a speech at the “Economic Club” in Chicago on Wednesday.

It is no wonder Obama would choose this path to walk along, even though he vowed to stay “out of White House matters” after he leaves Office. However, he might be taken aback by an unpleasant surprise, as a new video of his wife and former First lady, Michelle Obama, surfaced.

As per Crain’s Chicago Business, Obama engaged in a Q&A section, and noted that the danger is to “grow complacent,” adding, “We have to tend to this garden of democracy or else things could fall apart quickly.”

Barack further explained “that’s what happened in Germany in the 1930s which, despite the democracy of the Weimar Republic and centuries of high-level cultural and scientific achievements, Adolph Hitler rose to dominate,” according to the news outlet. “Sixty million people died,” he added, “So, you’ve got to pay attention. And vote.”

Barack, however, omitted the fact that Hitler was actually a sworn “socialist,” just like his Nazis, which makes the former POTUS that more dangerous.

And while we’re on the subject, it is worth mentioning that both Barack and his wife, Michelle Obama, have been extremely racist towards Americans, especially the ‘whites,’ treating them with nothing but disgrace and disrespect.

Now, a staggering footage of Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign emerged and we can see Michelle Obama talking how he wasn’t doing good because the white world was afraid of African Americans and actually hated them.

Take a look the video where Michelle talks about the two races in a tense manner and unlike anything we’ve seen before.

During Obama’s speech in Chicago (which isn’t a coincidence), he opened up the issue of gun control, which is much like what Hitler did to his people. Hitler didn’t hesitate to take all weapons from German citizens and leave them defenseless in times of war. So, who resembles who in this case?

For Obama, his biggest “regret and disappointment” was his inability to change the Second Amendment, but he is ‘dirty’ enough to ask the same of Trump.

“Something is broke,” Obama said at the time, making an ugly cry face, without actually crying. He then talked about 6-year-old girls shot to death at Sandy Hook, which to him seemed like the biggest tragedy. However, it didn’t occur to him that tragic things also happen in his favorite city of Chicago, where the violence is spiraling out of control.

It is becoming obvious that Obama never cared about America nor found the Constitution sacred and dear to his heart. Even more so, he probably wished he could create his own country where he would be the ultimate ruler and people will kneel at his every word. That sounds plenty like Hitler himself, wouldn’t you say?

Moreover, Michelle’s intriguing tactics to create intolerance between the races is quite despicable if you ask me, or anyone for that matter.

And let me ask you this – How come a man who couldn’t get the economy right for eight whole years, got to speak at an Economy event in the first place?

The irony is never ending and pretty tiring, to be frank.

The Obamas could be the worst thing that ever happened to America and it is appalling they still get to use their voice to influence others.

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  1. Curmudgeon

    December 7, 2017 at 3:38 pm

    If Obama had an ounce of class he’d have wished President Trump well and quietly left the scene to go back to doing what he did before entering politics, handing out pamphlets on the corner of Foster and Kedzie.

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