Barack Obama Compares President Trump to Hitler in Chicago Speech — But it Backfires Big Time
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Barack Obama Compares President Trump to Hitler in Chicago Speech — But it Backfires Big Time

Barack Obama just loves his public speeches!

In one of those speeches, after visiting Chicago, Obama dared to compare President Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler, provoking America’s rage in an instant. But, as fortune would have it, Obama learned his lesson shortly after.

The liberals have always been nothing short of nasty and diminishing when it comes to not politics alone but pushing America towards greatness as well. Obama’s speech also marks the first time that a former President spoke against a current president, belittling his political views and visions for the country.

Take Obama’s decision to speak out in Chicago for instance- he deliberately chose not only a massive sanctuary city but a city built on crimes and aggression, which is certainly something to ponder.

However, he might have thought things would blossom in his favor but was left devastated instead.

Namely, Obama held a speech at the Economic Club of Chicago, but he didn’t foresee how his narrative would affect people present at the event. What’s worse, Obama liked adding fuel to the fire and seemed to enjoy the show.

As per reports, Obama felt fearless when comparing Trump to German dictator Adolph Hilter.

Here is what CRAIN’S Chicago Business reported:

“The danger is “grow(ing) complacent,” Obama said. “We have to tend to this garden of democracy or else things could fall apart quickly.”

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, Obama noted. “Sixty million people died. . . .So, you’ve got to pay attention. And vote.”  

Obamas’ comments didn’t receive the best response from the audience, which took him aback a little bit.

Sincerely, was he expecting anything else?

Obama proved he is not just the worst leader America has ever come across, but he’s the one that won’t get away from the public eye anytime soon. This is how Twitter reacted to his speech:

It is natural Obama wouldn’t share the same visions for America with Trump and his conservative ways, but that under no circumstance means he should go downright nasty in his each and every speech.

Still, what happened on November 8, 2016, the day Donald Trump was elected President, is what made all the difference.

Although it took Americans eight years with Obama, they finally realized the threat he posed to the country, and they chose well by casting their votes for Trump.

Regardless, Democrats seem oblivious about how they impaired America’s structure and still boycotted Trump’s election even to this day.

Hey, if we cared to have a president that lacked leadership, strictness, and quality, we would have gone with Obama all over again. The truth is, America needed a revolution of sorts, and Trump brought it big time.

I mean, business is booming, jobs are multiplying like never before and people get to see what it was like living in a country that aims for progress.

So, how come Obama thinks he was everything America needs? Honestly, he is a little delusional and there is nothing we can do about it.

Americans would sure appreciate not seeing Obama in the public eye as often as he likes to be seen. Why?

Well, no other former president kept up the presidential pace of doing things after leaving office, but Barack believes he is still needed by ‘his’ people, which is a laughing matter at this point.

Unlike him, President Trump picked up the political rhythm more easily than anyone anticipated, and he brought results.

God knows America has been waiting for the right leader to come along, so Obama should seriously rethink his comparison comments, because, at the end of the day, people in this country love Donald Trump.

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  1. Helen

    December 7, 2017 at 2:39 pm

    Shame on you OBAMA….Go back to Chicago and live your life as an EX President. Do not want to hear you bashing this president.

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