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2017 Proved Obama Can’t Keep His Mouth Shut, Honor American Tradition #Trump #Obama

Barack Obama promised upon leaving the White House that he would stay out of President Trump’s affairs unless it was really, really important. It’s a time-honored tradition that respectful American presidents have done for a very long time.

Just like everything else “Bath House” Barry has ever said, that too was a lie.

So of course, like so many other times, leave it up to the divider-in-chief, Barack Hussein Obama, to ignore American traditions once more, and choose to flap his pie-hole about President Trump every chance he got. Way go go, Barry. Way to go.

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During 2017, Mr. Obama found no really important topics on which to challenge President Trump, but he did so anyway.

When President Trump pushed Congress last March to repeal Obamacare, Mr. Obama jumped in to save his signature program with one of his first public comments as a private citizen.

Ignoring reality, and bringing questions about his mental health, “Reality continues to discredit the false claim that this law is in a ‘death spiral,’” Mr. Obama said, using Mr. Trump’s favorite phrase for criticizing the Affordable Care Act. “Likewise, this law is no ‘job-killer.’” Except every bit of verifiable evidence contradicts every word the former president said.

After President Trump reversed Mr. Obama’s decision and pulled the U.S. out of the useless and expensive Paris climate agreement in June, Mr. Obama preached the globalist line, condemning Trump’s move as “a difficult position to defend,” reports the Washington Times.

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And in a preview of the 2018 campaign, Mr. Obama recorded a robo-call in early December for Democrat-Communist Doug Jones, who defeated the Trump-endorsed Republican Roy Moore in Alabama’s special Senate election. High amount of voter fraud is suspected with helping Mr. Jones win.

From his post-presidential perch at homes in Chicago and in Washington, Mr. Obama watched as President Trump unraveled his policies on a broad front, from killing Obamacare’s individual mandate to building the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines, from rolling back hundreds of business regulations to ending amnesty for young invading illegal aliens.

Longtime Obama adviser, and known Communist, Valerie Jarrett said Mr. Obama is “concerned” about President Trump’s efforts to roll back much of his legacy.

“Of course he’s concerned,” she said on MSNBC recently, while dropping Marxist keywords in her interview, “A lot of the very important steps that he took to level the playing field, ensure that we have a culture of inclusion where every child has a fair shot, many of those provisions and steps are being rolled back.”

The Obamas signed a record-breaking book deal, a reported $60 million contract for two books with Penguin Random House. That total would far surpass Bill Clinton’s memoir, which reportedly went for $15 million; George W. Bush’s book about the presidency brought $10 million.

Mr. Obama then ensconced himself at an eco-friendly resort in the French Polynesian islands in the South Pacific, where villas fetch as much as $13,000 per night, to begin writing his memoir.

Later in the year, he accepted an offer of $400,000 to speak at a health-care conference run by the Wall Street firm Cantor Fitzgerald.

As the year progressed, the former president also became more involved in two long-term endeavors: leading the Obama Foundation (organizing anti-Trump protests), and working with former Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. at the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, which is promoting an array of Democratic-Communist candidates nationwide ahead of the 2020 census that will determine how new congressional districts are drawn.

In July, Mr. Obama headlined his first fundraiser for the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, which raised $10.8 million in the first six months of 2017 to support Democratic candidates, to fund legal challenges against district lines drawn by Republicans, and to support ballot initiatives to create independent commissions to draw legislative maps.

In October, Mr. Obama announced NDRC’s partnership with Organizing for Action, the spinoff of his reelection campaign, and “encouraged OFA’s grass-roots activists to get involved in the fight against gerrymandering,” said NDRC spokesman Patrick Rodenbush. He also discussed the group’s strategy with Mr. Holder throughout the year.

Everywhere he turns, Obama finds new ways to continue meddling in America’s affairs.

It’s long overdue for him to fade off into the sunset. If he still clamors for power, perhaps he can return home to Kenya.

Maybe they’ll make him King, and he can leave us alone.

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Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
January 1st, 2017

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