June 1, 2018
The top nog was shocked – simply shocked, I tell you – to find out that white people did not like him flooding their country with brown people and inciting blacks to riot and burn everything down.
According to a new book, he responded to the victory of Donald Trump like a character from a Dr. Seuss book.
President Barack Obama was veritably shell-shocked in the wake of Donald Trump’s election victory in 2016, and even asked aides “What if we were wrong?” as he struggled to come to terms with Hillary Clinton’s defeat, former adviser Ben Rhodes writes in a new memoir coming out in June.
The book, titled “The World As It Is,” highlights efforts by Obama’s brain trust to reassure him that he would have won re-election if he were allowed to run for a third term.
“Please tell me it was that old white bitch’s fault. Please.”
But Obama remained alternately optimistic and dejected, according to Rhodes, who has been feted as an aspiring novelist-turned national security wunderkind.
“Sometimes I wonder whether I was 10 or 20 years too early,” Obama told aides, according to the memoir. “Maybe we pushed too far. … Maybe people just want to fall back into their tribe.”
Hit the nail on the head there, nigger.
The country was still too white, whites were still able to stand up and refuse to surrender it to you animals.
“There are more stars in the sky than grains of sand on the earth,” the book quotes Obama saying in a message to Rhodes the day after the election.
That was the author’s own interpretation.
Days later, Obama reportedly came back down to Earth, saying: “Maybe this is what people want. I’ve got the economy set up well for him. No facts. No consequences. They can just have a cartoon.”
Smug, smug, smug nigger.
The economy Trump took over was a disaster.
And yes, campaign Trump was what we wanted.
This new Trump… a bit too much like you, nigger.
The possibility that Trump could unravel that legacy apparently weighed on Obama, Rhodes writes.
“I feel like Michael Corleone,” Obama reportedly said, referencing “The Godfather” character as he prepared to hand over the White House to Trump. “I almost got out.”
Nigger, you are out.
Enjoy your Netflix show.
According to Rhodes, he and Obama were not aware that the FBI had begun an investigation into the Trump campaign’s dealings with Russia until after the election.
Ah, so now we get to the point of this book.
So Obama wasn’t aware that Susan Rice was passing around spy documents from the FISA warrant that the FBI got by defrauding the FISA court, giving them the pissgate file while knowing it was faked by Hillary Clinton?
Does the book argue “he’s a real dumb nigger – had no idea what was going on around him. He just walked around in a haze, saying ‘bix nood’ repeatedly while combing through the carpet for pieces of crack cocaine.”
It doesn’t appear that this is what it argues – so tell me, how did he not know about the FISA warrants and the files being compiled based on them?
The book also touches on some foreign-policy melodrama as Obama made his exit from the world stage, amid a shifting geopolitical climate that included Brexit and rising disenchantment with globalism.
Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany had a “single tear in her eye” when she and Obama parted for the last time, and Obama noted that “she’s all alone” to defend his liberal principles, according to Rhodes.
The “Aspiring novelist.”
“Everything was shockingly similar to a Hollywood movie…”