Candace Owens starches Obama for saying Trump won in 2016 because Americans were "spooked by a Black man in the White House."
· Nov 13, 2020 ·

Conservative commentator Candace Owens drove home a devastating uppercut to His Majesty Barack Obama last night on national TV, absolutely trashing Obama's recent assertions that Trump's presidency was the consequence of "millions of Americans spooked by a black man in the White House."

Not content to fade into the annals of history, His Supremeness Obama has reminded us, once again, that everything is actually about him and that he's the proverbial center of the universe. Soothing his ego over the course of 700+ pages in his new memoir humbly titled "A Promised Land," the former president wants us know that all the hope he promised was apparently just a lie and that our nation is an irredeemable piece of garbage not fit for the bottom of his shoes.

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Owens took more than a little offense. Appearing on Sean Hannity's primetime show, she absolutely starched the former president for his divisive behavior.

"Didn't Donald Trump do better than any Republican in many, many years with African Americans and Hispanic Americans, or did I misread that?" asked Hannity tongue-in-cheek.

"You did not misread that, and...the rhetoric that is coming out of former president Barack Obama's mouth is nothing short of despicable in my opinion," replied Owens, winding up for the kill shot. "This is a man that ran on the American dream... and he ran on that image. He didn't run on race, he didn't run on denigrating Americans."

As Obama waved to a reflection of himself in the mirror, Owens let the first K.O. punch fly.

"Let me make this clear: we live in a majority-white country... Barack Obama became the president of the United States because white people supported him. And rather than show some unity, rather than show some respect for this country that gave him literally everything he has... he turns his back on that country and he says, 'Look at this despicable country, it's broken.' He is the first person that has ever sat in the White House and come out of [it] hating America."

Owens then stepped back to her corner and tagged team Civil Rights lawyer Leo Terrell, who hammered Obama's narrative with a pile driver from the ceiling.

"Here's a man who is now blaming his failure for eight years based on racism," said Terrell. "Let's look at what happened during his eight years. Black Lives Matter came about, black-on-black crime increased, black poverty rate increased. This is a man who is now using racism as a basis to justify his failure."

After discussing Trump's record support among minorities in the 2020 election, Owens then took Obama's narrative over her knee, broke it in half, and then took it out behind the shed and buried it.

"Do you think that [Democrats] could have the humility to pause for a second and say, ‘You know what? Maybe it's not because every single person in America is a racist. Maybe it's not because 73 million [Trump voters] in America are racist. Maybe it's because we're getting something wrong and there is something happening where people are standing behind Donald J. Trump because he is an effective and good leader who tells the truth and doesn't... run on identity politics."


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