If you were ever worried about having a third Obama Administration then we might be not too far from it.
Let’s face it Joe Biden is pretty much Obama 2.0. If you have anything that you hold dear, you might want to make sure that the government doesn’t know about it because it is about to be taken from you.
Don’t be surprised if you have to have a year-long background check to own a gun soon.
It must be hard for Barack Obama to believe that Joe Biden, the candidate with the least enthusiasm surrounding his campaign (for the candidate himself), perhaps ever, got more votes that the uber charismatic character actor, and first ‘black president’ Barrack Hussein Obama.
I understand HRC getting votes and there were a lot of people obsessed with the fact that she sat to pee, and we have not had a president who sits to be pee since … well Obama, and before that Jimmy Carter (Jokes, people, just jokes).
It seems that after doing his best to stoke racial divisions for 12 years, Barry has a message for the Republicans who are not so thrilled that China Joe is going to be calling’s the shots at the White House, according to the media, who is now apparently the arbiters of our elections.
Breitbart is reporting: ‘Former President Barack Obama congratulated former Vice President Joe Biden as “president-elect” on Saturday after corporate media outlets declared him the winner of the 2020 presidential election.
“I know he’ll do the job with the best interests of every American at heart, whether or not he had their vote,” Obama said in a statement. “So I encourage every American to give him a chance and lend him your support.”
Obama said that the results of the election proved that the country was still “deeply and bitterly divided” and that Biden and Harris would have to lead the effort to bring the country together.
“We’re fortunate that Joe’s got what it takes to be President and already carries himself that way,” he said.
Obama said he could not be prouder for Biden and his wife Jill as well as the “groundbreaking” achievement for Sen. Kamala Harris as the first woman and the first black woman to serve as vice president.
The former president warned that Biden faced tough challenges after taking office, citing “a raging pandemic, an unequal economy and justice system, a democracy at risk, and a climate in peril.”