As I mentioned in this earlier post today, Barack Obama, desperate to (1) change the subject from his Obamacare debacle and (2) mobilize his most loyal dead-ender supporters, has a new project, which he announced yesterday. It’s called “My Brother’s Keeper,” or “I am My Brother’s Keeper,” or something similar that demonstrates his complete cluelessness about the meaning of Genesis 4.9.
Remember, never doubt me. Here’s a little taste. Don’t say you weren’t warned.
If that Saul Alinsky fan Bernie Shaw looks familiar, that’s because he’s the guy who refused to speak to U.S. government officials about what he saw in Baghdad during the Gulf War in 1991. He’s also the guy who asked Michael “Tank Commander” Dukakis that question about whether he’s support the death penalty for someone convicted of raping and murdering his wife. Gov. Dukakis’ cold, scary answer certainly contributed to his defeat in the 1988 Presidential election, and no doubt had Kitty Dukakis thinking “I need a drink.”
This whole event, like everything else the Left does, is phony, and dripping with irony. Here we have the spectacle of a completely unqualified, in-over-his-head empty suit who proves that he can barely form a coherent sentence when his trusty TelePrompTer is missing, who has had EVERYTHING handed to him because of his black skin privilege, telling his audience that “Nothing will be handed to you.” As he makes his touching, heartfelt speech about the pain suffered by children with absent fathers, there in the audience is Tracy Martin, real father of the late Trayvon “NO_LIMIT_NIGGA” Martin, as opposed to his faux, imaginary father, Barack Obama. Mr. Martin abandoned Trayvon, leaving him another one of the lost boys that Obama is talking about. Bernard Shaw mentions the terrific work of community organizers in Chicago’s Woodlawn neighborhood. It remains one of the poorest, most crime-ridden places in the United States.
I wonder if Don Lemon, Tracy Martin, Tracy’s good friend Al Sharpton, or any of the other race baiters involved in propping up this ridiculous regime know that Bernard Shaw narrated an anniversary video for the Washington Redskins. Really, Bernie? Isn’t that “RAAACIST?”