Obama’s SAD ATTEMPT to Save His Pitiful Legacy

Obama’s SAD ATTEMPT to Save His Pitiful Legacy

Barack Obama tosses and turns every night, as the white Republican COMPETENT president undoes all his legacy.

How crappy it must feel to be exposed so fast, and so publicly. Which is why Obama fixates on Fox News and its viewers.

I know it hurts, but Obama should thank President Trump. If Obama is to salvage anything meaningful from the worst 8 years under a president in American history, he will need to ask President Trump for forgiveness.

But instead of crediting Donald Trump, this clown actually tried to take credit for the Trump economy recently.

After watching a genius at work for a year, Obama should kick back. He would have been smart to praise Trump for taking the reigns.

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Had he done that, President Trump would have undoubtedly looked at Obama differently. And so would much of America. The man actually showing hubris.

But Obama can’t thank President Trump. When your goal was to destroy America, it’s difficult to watch as somebody Makes America Great Again.

Thus, as Fox News reports, Obama is back.

Former President Barack Obama resurfaced on Friday and took a shot at Fox News viewers, saying they’re “living on a different planet” than people who consume mainstream media.

Obama made the remarks on the premiere of the new monthly Netflix series “My next guest needs no introduction with David Letterman,” which hit the streaming service on Friday morning. Early in the episode, Obama asked Letterman about his retirement but the veteran talk show host quickly let the former president know who was boss.

“Now here’s how this is gonna work. I’m gonna ask you stuff, and then you respond to stuff,” Letterman joked.

Letterman then asked Obama what he considers the more dangerous threat to a democracy, the president demeaning the press or a foreign power sabotaging the voting process. Both options are clearly jabs at President Trump and Obama answered without mentioning the current president’s name.

“One of the biggest challenges we have to our democracy is the degree to which we don’t share a common baseline of facts,” Obama said. “If you watch Fox News, you are living on a different planet than you are if you are listening to NPR.”

I love how Fox used the term “resurface”. As if Obama emerged from his subterranean rat hole. Or is it “shithole”?

And how has-been David Letterman posed the question, which is more dangerous to democracy, demeaning the press or foreign power sabotaging the vote?

Whoa. Let’s add one more choice: a piece of sh*t poser pretending to be president, whose only claim to fame is being half-white.

I’ll take what’s behind Door #3, Monty!

Indeed Fox News viewers live on a different planet than Obama. Fox News viewers believe we control government, not the other way around. And we differ ideologically in almost every way than the delusional Obama.

I can only imagine what it feels like to wake up, and see somebody outdo you with ease, and on every issue.

We recently reported on the holiday retail season:

Just like I declared Donald Trump would win the presidency, I called this one too.

I said on my radio show that the shopping season of 2017 would be even better than the year before, when Trump became President-elect.

As The Chicago Tribune verified, I’m psychic!

Finally, some good news for the nation’s retailers: Americans spent more than expected this holiday season, fueling the strongest growth in holiday retail sales since the end of the Great Recession.

Holiday sales rose to $691.9 billion in November and December, marking a 5.5 percent increase from the year before, according to the National Retail Federation. The lobbying group had forecast holiday spending growth of 3.6 percent to 4 percent.

“Whether they shopped in-store, online or on their phones, consumers were in the mood to spend,” Matthew Shay, president and chief executive of the NRF, said in a statement.

Separately on Friday, the U.S. Commerce Department said retail sales grew 0.4 percent in December and 0.9 percent in November. Taken together, analysts said, that represented the best holiday spending performance since 2005.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Fiat Chrysler is moving a plant from Mexico back to Michigan. They credit President Trump’s policies directly for the move.

As CNN Money reported,

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is feeling good about tax reform. So good that it says it’s moving some of its truck production from Mexico to Michigan.

The automaker announced Thursday that it will spend more than $1 billion to revamp its Warren Truck Assembly Plant, which will start making the Ram heavy-duty truck in 2020. The truck is currently made in Saltillo, Mexico.

Fiat Chrysler said it will add 2,500 jobs in Michigan to support the move.

The company also said it’s giving one-time $2,000 bonuses to 60,000 U.S. workers.

“It is only proper that our employees share in the savings generated by tax reform and that we openly acknowledge the resulting improvement in the U.S. business environment by investing in our industrial footprint accordingly,” CEO Sergio Marchionne said in a press release.

Fiat Chrysler said it does not plan to shut the Saltillo plant, but declined to comment on which models will be made in Saltillo after Ram production moves north.

The company said the investment announced Thursday is separate from a 2015 labor deal with the United Auto Workers union. FCA had pledged to invest $5.3 billion in American plants to guarantee additional union jobs as part of that agreement.

So yes, we do live on a different planet than Obama. And the more this moron speaks, the less credibility he maintains.

Only the most hard-core Leftists take Obama seriously. By the end of 2018, Obama will be as significant as navel lint.

 

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