I’ve learned a lot about radical racism in the past four years, and I owe all of that to examining the life of our 44th President. I’ve learned that going back and forth from Black Liberation Theology to Critical Race Theory is a series of very short steps. And we now know that both Barack and Michelle Obama both accepted the poisonous view that America is irredeemably, unmistakably racist at its core.
Michelle’s vicious “for the first time in my adult life, I’m really proud of my country” comment makes perfect sense, viewed in the context of a woman who spent 20 years of her life stewing in a church built upon hatred of both white people and America. It makes perfect sense, coming from an acolyte of a radical racist Harvard professor who has so little respect for our Founding Fathers, Constitution, and Bill of Rights.
Her husband’s displays of racism are even more pronounced. From leading an Administration that has slaughtered hundreds of Mexicans in a treasonous bid to undermine the Second Amendment, to refusing to protect all races equally under the law, to seeking out and embracing radical racist mentors throughout his life, Barack Obama has always displayed a deep-seated racist radicalism and disdain for the bitter clingers that actually venerate our Constitution and view it as something be honored, rather than a challenge to be overcome.
As Investors Business Daily admits, “We were wrong. The media elite did in fact vet this president, but they covered up what they found. And now that citizen journalists are digging it up, they’re trying to rebury it.”
A lot of Americans were said to have voted for Barack Obama in 2008 because it meant they weren’t racist. Now these same Americans find themselves in the position of having to vote against Obama in 2012, for the very same reason.