Obama Going Hollywood: New Netflix Show for Disgraced Kang

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 9, 2018

At least it will be better than Jessica Jones.

Obama is going back and forth, in and out of the spotlight.

I think he genuinely does not know if he’s going to get screwed. It is pretty much now a matter of public record that he was a lead figure in the anti-Trump conspiracy by his administration, the Clinton Campaign, the FBI, the DoJ and the Jewish media.

But it’s unlikely he’s literally going to go to prison over any of it.

New York Times:

Former President Barack Obama is in advanced negotiations with Netflix to produce a series of high-profile shows that will provide him a global platform after his departure from the White House, according to people familiar with the discussions.

Under terms of a proposed deal, which is not yet final, Netflix would pay Mr. Obama and his wife, Michelle, for exclusive content that would be available only on the streaming service, which has nearly 118 million subscribers around the world. The number of episodes and the formats for the shows have not been decided.

Mr. Obama does not intend to use his Netflix shows to directly respond to President Trump or conservative critics, according to people familiar with discussions about the programming. They said the Obamas had talked about producing shows that highlight inspirational stories.

But the Netflix deal, while not a direct answer to Fox News or Breitbart.com, would give Mr. Obama an unfiltered method of communication with the public similar to the audiences he already reaches through social media, with 101 million Twitter followers and 55 million people who have liked his Facebook page.

As I’ve said many times, Obama is basically the only figure left in the Democrat establishment that anyone likes. They have just failed to produce anyone who can unify leftist whites with their massive colored base.

Even if he loses some credibility and is charged with conspiracy or whatever, he’s still going to be a more viable face of the party than Elizabeth Warren, Hillary Clinton or Kamala Harris.