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Friday, May 03, 2019

Trumpenfreuding Obama

A little Trumpenfreude to start the day.

Cristina Laila at Gateway Pundit reported, "Barack Obama raged after Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 election and blamed her loss on her ‘scripted, soulless campaign,’ according to a new edition of book penned by New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker."

Interesting because when reporters get dirt on Democrats it really is dirt because all their sources are Democrats.



With Republicans, their sources are usually Democrats who may or may not be correct.

Laila reported, "Baker reveals Barack Obama was so arrogant that he thought Hillary’s victory was a sure thing because there was ‘no way Americans would turn on him.’"

You must understand. Obama saw himself as the antidote to Reagan who got a third term through his surrogate, George H.W. Bush; Bush won because of Reagan, then governed otherwise.

Obama got squat.

Also writing about Baker's book, Daniel Bates of the Daily Mail reported, "Obama could not believe the American people had 'turned on him' for a man he had written off as a 'cartoon.'"

I love it. The Narcissist in Chief took personal the historic and monumental defeat (President Trump carried more states than Obama did either time). The "bride at every wedding and the corpse at every funeral" was done in by his own inflated ego.



In this book, Baker wrote, "She was a serious and seasoned professional who had served at the highest levels of government and provided mature leadership. Just as important, she would continue his policies and cement his biggest achievements. His legacy, he felt, was in safe hands."

Fact check: She was a grifting incompetent who triggered the largest invasion of Europe by Muslims in more than 300 years thanks to her bombing of Libya, which led to thousands of refugees heading for Italy, which inspired others to flee to Germany and other European nations.

She allowed foreign governments access to State Secrets thanks to sending classified information by private email. Why do you think they donated to her fake charity?

The book is supposed to be a flattering portrayal of Obama's failed presidency.

But Baker's review of Election Night is far from flattering.

Baker wrote, "Obama struggled with what the American people had done and thought to himself that they 'simply could not have decided to replace him with a buffoonish showman whose calling cards had been repeated bankruptcies, serial marriages and racist dog whistles.'"

Fact check: Donald Trump has never gone bankrupt. He went to bankruptcy court four times to rearrange loans. If he had gone bankrupt, he would not be worth billions.

But I get the description. Donald Trump is the whole basket of deplorables -- and he beat the pants off Obama on Election Day.

Obama still feels the pain. They all do. GOOD.

32 comments:

  1. “His legacy...was in safe hands.”

    Name ONE good thing the Black Jesus did. One. And I’ll wait...

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    1. He got a good Netflix deal

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    2. Divided America like no other person in history.

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    3. "Divided America like no other person in history."
      So true and a surprise to me. I did not vote for him either time, but I expected better, especially since former SoS Mr. Powell supported him. Mr. Powell, who I supported for President in 1996, has been silent for a long time.

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    4. How 'bout all the racial healing! /sarc
      JimNorCal

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    5. @amr- I was very disappointed in Mr. Powell, who I had a great deal of respect for, but he apparently supported Obama only because of the color of his skin, and ignored all the red flags that most of us could see easily.

      That was unfortunate, and I haven't regained my respect for Mr. Powell; I doubt I will.

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    6. He supported the Hildabeast against other more positive possible candidates. His support was the kiss of death. Now if he'd endorse Biden.

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  2. The day that Attorney General Barr referred to what had been done to the Trump team as "spying" was officially the first day of the Trupmenfreuding of Obama.

    Personally, I am going to savor each and every Trumpenfreudeliscious moment that Obama experiences.

    Who knew that the Trump Train was also the Karma Train?

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  3. The thin skinned Sotero will wish the only thing that happened was that Rodham lost. The crimes go to the top of both the Sotero and Rodham organizations. It will be with pure Trumpenfreude to see them exposed and hopefully punished.

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  4. Not buying this whole--"Gee, we didn't want to wiretap and frame Donald Trump but those Russian meanies tricked us with their crafty disinformation skillz!"--alibi.

    Although it would not surprise me if John Brennan ASKED them to provide disinformation to Steele and others when he went to Moscow in March 2016 to discuss "Syria".

    He's famous for such closed-loop machinations:

    "We need to spy on Trump!"
    "Why?"
    "Because our spies tell us so."

    Or

    "News reports say Trump is up to no good!"
    "You mean the news reports we planted?"
    "Yes."

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    1. Or more realistically they were spying long before that, and after their access to NSA was curtailed, they needed SOMETHING to bootstrap a FISA so they could try to derail the campaign and keep him from getting elected.

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  5. You are normally very precise with your writing, so you need to correct the following clause in one of the sentences above: "Reagan who got a third term through his surrogate, George H.W. Bush." The voting public thought they were voting for a third Reagan term when they voted for that turncoat failure (and father of worse failures) George H.W. Bush, but the public was denied the third Reagan term they wanted because of the duplicity and incompetence of the beta-male Bush regime.

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    1. Hmm. You are right. I meant exactly what you said. Bush won because of Reagan, then governed otherwise. I shall insert that.

      Thanks!

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  6. Obama struggled with what the American people had done and thought to himself that they 'simply could not have decided to replace him with a buffoonish showman whose calling cards had been repeated bankruptcies, serial marriages and racist dog whistles.

    Sounds like Dolf working his way up to the Nerobefehl.

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  7. Good. Im glad that LongTerd Obama is taking it as a personal insult. That is exactly how I take his Presidency, as a personal insult. And seeing his legacy be bulldozed under if really a great thing for America. The cherry on the top will be his prosecution for his role in spying and weaponizing the branches of government.

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    1. Anon, can't you feel it coming for the treasonous bastards especially Obama as there has been so much coming out in the news lately which has pointed directly to him as the source for spying and treason.
      Oh, the day of reckoning is coming closer and closer.
      Kate

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  8. Reagan got a third term via his surrogate, GHW Bush? Don't make me laugh! Bush had eight years as VP to learn, and he didn't learn a thing! He was still the same Bush he was in 1980 when campaigning against Reagan, whining about "voodoo economics". Bush was more like a first term for Clinton than he was a third term for Reagan.

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  9. "His legacy, he felt, was in safe hands."

    O's legacy consisted of racism, cronyism, corruption, lies, and tyranny. It would certainly have been in safe hands with Hillary.

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  10. I read somewhere that by the time this new investigation is over, Obama will claim Kenyan residency to escape justice...LOL

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  11. Hell, Hillary will claim Kenyan residency...

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  12. Let the chips fall where they might...and should.

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  13. They will never put Shrillery or Obummer in jail. "For the good of the country" or some other such claptrap. What will happen is what always happens when the powerful are in trouble; a few lower echelon underlings will be sacrificed so that the people will be satisfied with the fact that 'someone' went to jail.

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  14. Standing O! And I don't mean Oblahma.

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  15. Real America will NOT ACCEPT "Designated Scapegoats" in this. NOT THIS TIME!!!! We will NOT be satisfied with the "heads" of Comey, Clapper and/or Brennan". We will have those ANYWAY!!!! WE DEMAND THE HEAD OF THIS ENTIRE AMERIPHOBIC SNAKE: Former President Barack Obama!!!! As well as EVERY ONE involved, AT EVERY LEVEL!!! This calls for nothing LESS than The American Nuremberg Trials!!!!

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    1. Military Tribunals for insurrection and sedition in time of war. Recall the conversation between Graham and Kavanaugh about the law of war during Kavanaugh's hearing in the Senate.

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  16. After what the Dims and admin-state hangers-on did during and after the 2016 election, some serious punishment needs to be dealt out to the perps, especially the high-ranking ones.

    Those high-ranking ones are the ones that the foot-soldiers expect to spring them if they get caught.

    If not enough perps are hunted down and punished, something like this whole Russia/Mueller/etc mess will happen again the next time the Dims lose an election (like hopefully in 2020!).

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    1. If they aren't hunted down and punished, what do you think they will be willing to do to people who AREN'T independently wealthy enough to fight the smears and lies? Anyone who thinks that what the government has done is okay, may as well line up for the gulags and trains now.

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  17. The only weak link in the Constitutional Republic, (also the strength, when MAGA prevails), is when democracy is tilted to the majority and the majority are assholes. Aka, democrats, rinos and the ilks that they use.

    Thus, the essential concern of Americans is found to be the increase in the quantity of the decreased quality citizens who, in said democracy, get to vote for the asshole they are ordered to vote for.

    We, as Americans, are, in Constitutional Principles, not ruled by law, but honor the rules of law as long as said laws are Constituionally complient.

    Those who enforce unconstitutional laws are treasonous by definition.

    That is the crux of it, as the enforcement of unconstitutional laws has been possible only because we honor those laws by both enforcing and submitting to unconstitutional laws by enforcing them, as if they are not unconstitutional.

    Treasonous.



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  18. Prediction: oblamer will claim he first heard about spying in Barr's letter on the news.

    And the dems will bring Lois Lerner out of retirement to review trumps taxes.

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  19. 'Trumpenfreud'.. excellent word, as is Mutnodjmet's 'Trumpenfreudeliscious moment.'

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    1. "Trumpenfreudeliscious" really deserves a song to immortalize it. Who can update Mary Poppins for us?

      I'm old enough to remember when all the kids were singing "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" sigh.

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