Barack Obama never misses the chance to mock Donald Trump.
Recently, while being in Chicago, he compared him to Adolf Hitler.
He was smiling until a nasty surprise came out of nowhere.
There is a huge amount of bias when it comes to the liberals, that i’s impossible for them to logically think and use common sense. And Barack Obama decided to go against years of tradition and publicly speak out against his successor.
According to our source, Mad World News, Barack Obama was in Chicago to make a speech at the Economic Club of Chicago and of course, the topic of Trump came up. And he couldn’t hold his jealousy. He compared President Donald Trump to none other than Adolf Hitler, the Chancellor of Germany and leader of the Nazi Party in 1933.
“The danger is “grow(ing) complacent,” Obama said. “We have to tend to this garden of democracy or else things could fall apart quickly.”
— Kristen Schorsch (@kschorsch) December 6, 2017
That’s what happened in Germany in the 1930s which, despite the democracy of the Weimar Republic and centuries of high-level cultural and scientific achievements, Adolph Hitler rose to dominate, Obama noted. ‘Sixty million people died. . . .So, you’ve got to pay attention. And vote,” the Gateway Pundit reported.
This was very easy for him to say and he seemed happy about it, not until it went viral and caused an explosion of comments all over the media. We know that everyone sees Barack Obama as the most destructive president of the United States that has ever occupied the Oval Office. That’s why everyone attacked him for his ignorant and ridiculous words.
— a proper gander ☉☉ (@thxUSA) December 6, 2017
As soon as Trump uses the IRS and other Gov agencies to attack citizens I'll worry. Like I did for the past 8 years.
— Pat Reid (@SinopTruth) December 6, 2017
Statist, used government against enemies, fascist, etc….who's Hitler??
— Greg F. (@straytski) December 6, 2017
I miss the days when former POTUS's went home and shut the hell up about the current WH occupant after their term was over. Nice tradition ruined.
— yassir sanches (@Olinecoacher) December 6, 2017
One thing he got right was the “need to tend to this garden of Democracy,” that happened on November 8,2016, on the day that Donald Trump was elected. What happened that day was the opposite of complacency.
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