In a November 2020 interview, late night personality Stephen Colbert posed a question to Barack Obama, asking, “Did you ever look at something going on in the news and say, ‘You know what this situation needs? A little Barack Obama.’”
Here is part of the transcript of a video that lasts ten minutes. The portion of the interview being spotlighted here starts around the 6:15 mark:
COLBERT: On behalf of a lot of Americans, I think I can say with confidence that we missed you these last four years.
OBAMA: Thank you.
COLBERT: Did you miss you? Did you ever look at something going on in the news and say, “You know what this situation needs? A little Barack Obama.”
OBAMA: I said this before. People would ask me, “Knowing what you know now, do you wish you had a third term?” And I used to say, “You know what? If I could make an arrangement where I had a stand-in, a front man or front woman, and they had an earpiece in and I was just in my basement in my sweats looking through the stuff, and then I could sort of deliver the lines, but somebody else was doing all the talking and ceremony, I’d be fine with that. Because I found the work fascinating. I mean, I write about the… even on my worst days, I found puzzling out, you know, these big, complicated, difficult issues, especially if you were working with some great people, to be professionally really satisfying. But I do not miss having to wear a tie every day.
Anything involving Stephen Colbert is, by default, going to appear humorous–even though so often he is not funny in the least. But there is likely truth behind this apparent playfulness between Obama and Colbert. As the years have gone by, many, many Americans have posited that Barack Hussein Obama is actually playing out this “joke” and is running this country behind the scenes. It would make sense for the narcissist to say these things and revel in masking it behind a seeming joke–individuals with this disorder cannot help but reveal their nefarious intentions, and the smile is oftentimes the internal glee they feel in thinking they are secretly pulling one over on listeners. They live in their own little maniacal world, but they also have to “hide in plain sight,” as the saying goes, because they simply can’t help it. They have to come as close to the fire as they can without being caught.
It is a sure sign of an insidious manipulator, perhaps even a psychopath.
The intentions Obama quips about to Colbert could very well be that yes, he is in fact using Joe Biden as a proxy to run the Deep State‘s global operations inside and through America. It is something RVIVR publisher Scott McKay says is yet another four-year term for Obama.
How is it that overnight the America we grew up in has become all but unrecognizable? How did the greatest nation on earth turn into a snake pit of bitterness and acrimony? How did our government come to make war on the very liberties – of speech, thought, religion – it was created to defend: Why has our justice system become a blatant instrument of partisan injustice? Why are entire generations so ignorant of the ideals that made this country a beacon for all humankind they reflexively denounce America as a hellscape of indecency and oppression?
The answer: Barack Obama.
Everything he went on to do as the nation’s chief executive was by design. The only surprise is the astonishing extent to which his pledge to “fundamentally transform America” succeeded, and with what astonishing speed.
In fact, is still succeeding, as under the shadow presidency of Joe Biden, Obama continues to wield greater power than any ex-president in history.
That Obama is at least front and center in all major decisions being made by this facade of an administration is beyond a reasonable doubt. What is perhaps unique about McKay’s book is that it argues Obama is not in the middle of his third term as so many Americans say, but in the middle of his fourth, having already spent four years blocking the numerous measures Trump was attempting in draining the swamp. Regardless of what nuances one agrees with or doesn’t agree with, it is important not to fall for the binary trap, the false dilemma, of whether or not McKay’s book or the opinion of millions of Americans is necessarily either all true or all false. There can be truth mixed in with the misfires–and that doesn’t make any potential misfires a bad thing. Political discourse is important now more than ever. We have to talk about these things. There is wisdom in this book and it is absolutely worth the read. In fact, it may be debuting at just the right time, as just this past Friday, the Mockingbird media seems to have blown the lid on this not-so-secret secret about their darling “Democratic saint,” as McKay terms it.
Former President Obama quietly advised the White House over the past 5 months on its strategy to address AI, engaging behind the scenes with tech companies and holding Zoom meetings with White House aides at Biden’s request, aides to both men say. https://t.co/QxNfwVqBGO
— NBC News (@NBCNews) November 3, 2023
OBAMA THIRD TERM: NBC News reports today that Obama’s hand is guiding the Biden administration’s approach to AI.
What could go wrong?
Just a few days ago Biden signed an executive order requiring AI companies to "address algorithmic discrimination” and "ensure that AI advances… pic.twitter.com/92Vh9ifI1K
— Western Lensman (@WesternLensman) November 3, 2023
I provide two posts here, but there are numerous others, including a few more here. Whether this be Obama’s third or fourth term, or perhaps neither at all, it is certain that he has been right there all along over the past seven years sowing discord for this country.
In Racism, Revenge and Ruin, Scott McKay tells the story with uncompromising honesty, insight and gallows humor, charting Obama’s story from childhood to his current status as Democratic saint. He shows how by guile, dishonesty, ruthlessness – and, yes, surface charm – as well as boundless support from a starstruck media, a man with without prior achievement and despite connections to some of the most notorious figures in American life, was able to reach the nation’s highest office; and then abuse his power for ends wholly alien to the American creed.
McKay further establishes, how, in what he terms Obama’s Third Term, he and his collaborators in the Deep State went on to largely undermine Donald Trump’s presidency; and, under Biden, how he and his have proven ever more brazen in their crushing of basic American freedoms; indeed, how even now they are moving to secure Democratic control of the federal government into the foreseeable future.
Racism, Revenge and Ruin is about what we have gone through in the years since the malign figure of Barack Obama appeared on the national scene, and what we face going forward. It is clarion call for those who cherish our freedoms to resist those ongoing encroachments by Obama and Obamaism.
Preorder McKay’s book now.
This post originally appeared at RVIVR.com.