Obama’s Teleprompter Travails Over Trump

Barack Obama’s teleprompter travails are numerous.

It’s only blind devotion for those who believe this man is a good speaker. Cunning linguist, yes. Good speaker no. This video showcases Obama teleprompter travails. It also demonstrates his real demeanor, when he talks off the cuff; especially with those whom he hates.

The list of people Obama hates?

  • Americans
  • Christians
  • Jews
  • Conservatives
  • Republicans
  • Tea Party Community
  • White people
  • Non-EU Britain

Obama detests people who don’t believe in the New World Order. Those are the people who put him in power, and payback is due.

Trump presents a problem for the agenda of Obama’s handlers. Trump is far too much of a maverick. He’s wealthy enough to be in the NWO, but does not embrace it. In fact, Trump seems to have disdain for the NWO.

But maybe it’s not just Trump and the list of things he hates that makes Obama go into Tourrette-like fits when he goes off teleprompter? In one forum, I read the following:

If Mr. Obama is so smart, and has even a loose grasp on all the important issues of the day, why does he need to rely on a teleprompter for every word he speaks?  Can you imagine the mocking derision we would hear from the press if the person glued to the teleprompter was President John McCain, or President Dan Quayle, or President Ron Paul?

The next time you see Mr. Obama give a speech on television, notice that he constantly alternates his gaze between the teleprompter on the left and the teleprompter on the right.  Back and forth, left and right, about three seconds on each side.  More than likely there are notations in his script about when to pause, when to inhale, and which words to emphasize.  It’s all a façade.  Without the teleprompter and a staff of speech writers, he would be just another community organizer (i.e., troublemaker) from Chicago.

I agree with this assessment. Obama has tried for seven plus years to “rift” off teleprompter. The video is the result.



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