While discussing his legacy, Obama smeared the south and their attitude toward him.
To paraphrase, it would appear that Obama sees white people in the south as less than or at least “different” from white people in the north; was he being racist? Or is this more of a bigoted thing?
Obama: Attitude Of Me Among Whites In North Very Different From Southern States; "I Seem Foreign"https://t.co/lXJxCQuUUa
— RCP Video (@rcpvideo) December 8, 2016
Obama: Attitudes Of My Presidency Among Whites In Northern States Very Different vs Southern States;"I Seem Foreign" https://t.co/GMZJSGGMkK
— IrritatedWoman™ (@irritatedwoman) December 8, 2016
Can you imagine the screeching if Trump said the same about a minority in the north versus the south? Bigot this, racist that but guess it’s ok if Obama does it because he’s a Democrat and stuff.
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) December 8, 2016
BAM. Obama is bigoted in this response, absolutely.
Then again, Democrats have always been good at projecting their own behavior on others.
And like all Democrats, Obama loves his stereotypes, although they are absolutely old fashioned and wrong.
@benshapiro funny thing, I live in a small town in south known for racism country wide. Lol we have many races there who are all like family
— ProudVolFan (@jwest46568843) December 8, 2016
We're used to that at this point. We Southern white straight Christian men are the ultimate SJW punching bags.
— Jarrod (@gtg991z) December 8, 2016
Good point here, there is honestly no bigger SJW than Obama himself and this video proves it.
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