From all the qualities former President Obama possesses self-awareness is not one of them.
On Thursday Obama attended a campaign assembly in Richmond, Virginia for the state’s Democrat gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam and delivered a speech in which he made one clueless statement.
“If you have to win a campaign by dividing people, you’re not going to be able to govern them. You won’t be able to unite them later,” he said.
One amazing thing was that he even succeeded to keep a straight face while delivering the hilarious statement.
He made those remarks during a same talking pints tour in which the former president accused Trump of using “politics of division.”
Dude we were all there in 2012 https://t.co/k49nUI8IHF
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) October 20, 2017
And the social media reacted as well.
Oh yes, inclusive, above-the-fray Obama. The eyeroll emoji doesn’t quite suffice here. https://t.co/Pzgcg3Rocj
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) October 20, 2017
Yeah, especially if you continue that pattern of intentionally dividing them during your two terms. Yeah, you’re so right. https://t.co/ScCeUJztvz
— David Limbaugh (@DavidLimbaugh) October 19, 2017
Reminder that the HHS mandate was intended to divide along religious lines for political gain, not to address any actual problem. https://t.co/7QD3V9x4xg
— Casey Mattox (@CaseyMattox_) October 20, 2017
Hypocrite! Part of his legacy is being the ‘Divider in Chief’; the rest of it is being the man who moved Carter to 2nd worse POTUS…
— Noni (@ChelRBR) October 20, 2017
My least favorite move by Obama was calling out police, at a funeral for officers killed for simply doing their job
— Josh Davies (@daviesinator) October 20, 2017
Says the president who literally sued a group of nuns to enforce Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate. https://t.co/l9vTVe3cVf
— Andrew Mullins (@AndrewWMullins) October 20, 2017
Rules For Radicals. It’s as if Saul Alinsky never lived. But sure, you go ahead and hate on Trump. https://t.co/eYD3DZMdBD
— Duane Patterson (@Radioblogger) October 20, 2017