As we all know, Barack Obama loves to blame everyone else for his own failures. Now, it appears that he just blamed the Republican Party for the violence that shut down a Donald Trump rally in Chicago.
The International Business Times reported:
President Barack Obama, speaking at a Democratic National Committee event in Austin, Texas, weighed in on the unrest in Chicago Friday, saying that the violence surrounding a number of Donald Trump’s rallies was a “distillation of what’s been happening in their party for more than a decade,” according to a Texas Tribune report.
We took a look at that Texas Tribune story, and here’s what it said:
President Barack Obama on Friday, weighing in on the controversial candidacy of Donald Trump, ridiculed the so-called “Republican establishment” for being “shocked” by the billionaire’s rise to presidential frontrunner.
Trump, Obama said, is a monster they created.
“Now all of a sudden they’re shocked that there’s gambling going on in the establishment,” Obama said at a fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee. “What’s happening in this primary is just a distillation of what’s been happening in their party for more than a decade.”
Actually, Trump’s rise can be laid at the feet of both parties. Democrats, no longer part of the party that gave us Harry S. Truman and Zell Miller, are dragging the country into something that more resembles the former Soviet Union, and the Republican Party establishment is too scared to do anything to stop them.
Nevertheless, it’s amazing that Obama can’t even take a few minutes out to condemn the violence by his fellow leftists, some of whom seem to think it’s okay to sexually molest female Trump supporters because of their race and their perceived racism.
It’s not surprising, though, considering that Obama has never called for calm or law and order when his ideological colleagues erupt in violence.
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