President Barack Obama has many movies coming out soon on his behalf which are singing his praises and worshipping him in a new light.
“Barry” is one such Indie film looking to hit Netflix and select theaters on December 16th.
Directed by Vikram Gandhi, it seems like a coming of age story praising Barack “Barry” Obama and the casual racism a young student deals with on the rough streets of Harvard University.
But not all are semi-biographical fiction films.
Obama teamed with CNN contributor and former adviser Fareed Zakaria for an overlong documentary called The Legacy of Barack Obama, which recently aired on CNN.
The main subject of their documentary was that Congressional Republicans opposed President Obama because they were fueled by a deep-seeded racism.
Zakaria pontificated, with ominous music playing,
“That fierce, unrelenting opposition, would haunt the next eight years and what began as whispers is now discussed openly. Did race play a role in the brick wall of Republican resistance to Barack Obama?”
What a reach.
The first segment of the program segregated America with “America in Black And White”, where Zakaria detailed Obama’s upbringing and his personal struggles with race, which gives way to a lifelong achievement by becoming the most powerful person in the world in 2008, which is highlighted by his acceptance speech.
But things took a dark turn quickly.
“It seemed like a fairy tale beginning but at precisely the moment the first couple began swaying on the dance floor, the central crisis of the Obama presidency was already taking shape…
Within half a mile of where Obama and Michelle are dancing and celebrating their great victory, his Republican opponents are wining and dining and plotting his defeat.
15 of the most powerful Republicans in Washington made a pact that night.”
Their narrative about the 15 most powerful Republicans was done with the suggestion like they’re the illuminati.
To keep with this bogus theme, former chief strategist David Axelrod, said
“It’s indisputable that there was a ferocity to the opposition and a lack of respect to him that was a function of race.”
Van Jones, the CNN analyst who said on election night that voting for Donald Trump was “Whitelash”, made an insane assumption,
“I can’t name one thing that this congress supported this president on in eight years. You have to have an extraordinary explanation for this level of obstruction.”
Obama discussed the racism towards his presidency, saying,
“I think there is a reason why attitudes about my presidency among whites in northern states are very different from whites in southern states.”
Zakaria described those people as “white southerners… on the fringes.”
Later, the biased documentary accused anybody who opposed ObamaCare as being racist – like the failed health care system was not a complete disaster.
Lastly, the documentary pointed out that Obama was fearful President-elect Trump would dismantle his legacy.
And it’s exactly what’s going to happen.