The presidential tour of deceit continues during the last days of the 44th president’s reign of lies and misinformation.
President Obama says he’s just a misunderstood man who has been mistreated by opposition media and drunken right-wingers.
His eight years of elitist detachment from the American people and unwillingness to accept any responsibility for his actions didn’t cause his failures. It was, of course, the mean ole’ right-wing media picking on poor ole’ Barack.
Obama the deceiver took his whining and false narrative straight to the safe-room publication The Atlantic. From Fox News:
Obama took another parting shot at Fox News and Rush Limbaugh, claiming they created a “fictional” portrayal of him. He was discussing why some Americans, including supporters of President-elect Donald Trump, responded negatively to him.
“When people criticize or respond negatively to me, usually they’re responding to this character that they’re seeing on TV called Barack Obama, or to the office of the presidency and the White House and what that represents,” he said.
“And so you don’t take it personally. You understand that if people are angry that somehow the government is failing, then they are going to look to the guy who represents government. And that applies, by the way, even to some of the folks who are now Trump supporters. They’re responding to a fictional character named Barack Obama who they see on Fox News or who they hear about through Rush Limbaugh.”
The president just doesn’t know when to stop when whining about his treatment by limited segments of the media. Considering mainstream media coddled him like an innocent puppy dog throughout his presidency, his third-person whining is disgraceful.
“One of the things that you come pretty early on to understand in this job, and you start figuring out even during the course of the campaign, is that there’s Barack Obama the person and there’s Barack Obama the symbol, or the office holder, or what people are seeing on television.”
All the negative surrounding him, of course, is the fault of someone else. (Hmm, reminds people of his whining, wanna-be successor who ran for president this year.)
Obama said after the election that Democratic losses could be partly attributed to “Fox News in every bar and restaurant in big chunks of the country.”
On “America’s Newsroom,” Republican strategist Tony Sayegh argued that the latest remarks from Obama are predictable, adding that Obama has “detached himself from accountability” in the last eight years.
All those beer-jugging right-wingers Obama sneered at and shunned for eight years are a large part of who keeps America running.
After eight years of his arrogant, condescending attitude toward Americans the people had enough.
Change is afoot, and ole’ Barack and his fictional recount of reality can wander off and let time erase his legacy of deceit.
Source: Fox News