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Barack Obama: Republican Politics Created “This Sense That White Males are Victims,” Evangelical Hispanics Ignore Trump’s “Racism” Because He’s Anti-Abortion

More questionable takes from the former president.

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Former president Barack Obama joined The Breakfast Club radio show Wednesday morning for a 50-minute in-studio interview. They discussed a range of topics, including the Republican Party and Trump’s increased support among Hispanics since 2016.

On the GOP Obama said the following: “You’ve seen created, in Republican politics, this sense that white males are victims. Like, they’re the ones who are under attack, which obviously doesn’t jibe with both history and data and economics. But that’s a sincere belief. That’s been internalized, that’s a story that’s being told. And how you unwind that is gonna be not something that is done right away. It’s gonna take some time” [sic].

And on Trump’s Hispanic support: “People were surprised about a lot of Hispanic folks who voted for Trump. But there are a lot of evangelical Hispanics who, the fact that Trump says racist things about Mexicans, or puts undocumented workers in cages, they think that’s less important than the fact that he supports their views on gay marriage or abortion” [sic].

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Listen to those clips below:

The full interview is below (if you for some reason want to spend 50 minutes of your day listening to Obama):

Maybe, just maybe, whites are under attack from all sorts of cultural and political angles. Maybe Christians are right to understand gay marriage and abortion to be morally objectionable and thus a bigger deal than Trump calling MS-13 gang members “animals.”

Also, what’s up with the use of the term “undocumented workers” to describe illegal aliens? Barack Obama is clearly out of touch.

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Sen. Josh Hawley Folds? Blames Trump for ‘Inflammatory, Irresponsible, Wrong’ Comments

Hawley is no leader.

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Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) has been criticized for leading the GOP’s electoral college objection amidst widespread allegations of voter fraud, and he has responded by throwing former President Donald Trump under the bus.

Hawley issued a statement to oppose the impeachment of Trump following the conclusion of his presidency, which is unprecedented and unlawful, in which he threw Trump under the bus and essentially blamed him for the violence in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

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In the aftermath of the violence, many left-wing voices accused Hawley of sedition and treason for asking for an investigation into a laundry list of irregularities that have been widely ignored by authorities.

There have even been calls by Democrats to revoke the will of the people by ejecting Hawley from office in order to punish him for drawing attention to voter fraud, as Big League Politics has reported:

Conventional wisdom can often be misleading and at times dangerous if we believe in it too strongly.

Take for example West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin. He is constantly marketed as the Democrats’ most moderate Senator. There is a grain of truth to this. Manchin has publicly stated that he opposes ending the filibuster and has also poured cold water on $2,000 stimulus checks. But that’s where the moderation ends.

Manchin is now saying that the Senate should entertain the idea of expelling Senators Josh Hawley (R-MO) and Ted Cruz (R-TX) by using the 14th Amendment over their recent decision to challenge the Electoral College results.

On PBS’s Firing Line, Manchin said the Senate should look into the option after right-wing activists stormed the Capitol on January 6, 2021. Manchin is of the opinion that President Donald Trump and Senators like Hawley and Cruz “incited” these demonstrators.

“That should be a consideration,” Manchin stated. “He understands that. Ted’s a very bright individual, and I get along fine with Ted, but what he did was totally outside of the realm of our responsibilities or our privileges.”

According to the 14th Amendment, no elected official “shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability.”

Hyped up leftist pundits believe that the 14th amendment is applicable to Cruz and Hawley due to how they allegedly “incited” the riot by talking about electoral fraud and pointing out electoral irregularities.

Hawley finally caved under the pressure, and he has shown he is not the man to take the reigns to lead the America First movement after Trump.

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