As we discussed on Sunday, Barack Obama believes Europe has achieved the “pinnacle of human well being.”
Ameri-pology tour 2.0: Obama identifies the ‘pinnacle of human well being’ (nope, not the nation that twice elected him president) https://t.co/b1XVTBPTw0
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 7, 2019
No, seriously, he said Europe, of all places.
Here are some facts about the land that is apparently everything the United States could ever hope to be.
United States vs. Europe
US GDP: 3.5%
US unemployment: 3.8%
Europe GDP: 0.3%
Europe Unemployment: 8.3%
US 10 Year Note: 2.5%
German 10 Year Note: 0.0%
UK 10 Year Note: 1.1%
— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) April 8, 2019
That’s not even close.
But, we want to be like Europe… duh.. https://t.co/O1upDCTHxp
— Robert Wolfe (@wolfe_jr) April 8, 2019
— Laura ByTheSea🐬🌴 (@LauraByTheSea58) April 8, 2019
The American economy is experiencing a surge in almost all categories.
Europe is plagued by rioting and Brexit.
Wait. I thought European socialism was great? https://t.co/msp4vUOY3l
— You can’t handle the truth (@maverick487) April 8, 2019
— KCtexan (@msprague183) April 8, 2019
The kind of thinking Barack Obama espoused in Europe is exactly why his former Secretary of State is a private citizen today and not president.