by Kelen McBreen

Hypocrite former president continues to propagandize the world

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Former U.S. President, and likely our current shadow president, Barack Obama delivered a speech reeking of hypocrisy on Thursday when he addressed a Stanford University crowd.

Speaking about digital disinformation, Obama compared Putin to Hitler, claimed President Trump “incited a violent insurrection” on January 6th, and shared several other inaccurate claims.

“Disinformation is a threat to our democracy, and will continue to be unless we work together to address it,” he wrote on Twitter. “Tune in as I share some thoughts on what we can all do now.”

Arrogantly disregarding the irony, Obama spoke alongside several known disinformation peddlers such as his former aide Ben Rhodes, president of the civil rights group Color of Change Rashad Robinson and Stanford researcher Renee DiResta.

Barack criticized Trump and other GOP politicians who have continued to question the blatantly faulty 2020 presidential election as people who are trying to “overturn the will of the people.”

In reality, those individuals are trying to address a Democrat election theft operation that already undermined the will of the American people, and Obama is knee-deep in the scheme.

Obama insinuated former Trump advisor Steve Bannon is engaging in Putin-style propaganda by pushing so many “conspiracies” that citizens don’t know what to believe.

“Once they lose trust in their leaders, in mainstream media, in political institutions, in each other, in the possibility of truth, the game’s won,” he told the audience.

Continuing to spew every trigger word he could, the former president criticized a free and open internet where a person could find “lies, conspiracy theories, junk science, quackery, white supremacists, racists tracks, misogynist screeds.”

In a world where people have access to these dangerous ideas, Obama is worried the average person isn’t smart enough to “distinguish between fact, opinion, and wholesale fiction,” before suggesting some people, “just stopped caring.”

At one point, Barack subtly admitted the Covid “vaccine” rollout was itself a sort of clinical test since the jabs were given emergency approval with little testing beforehand.

“Despite the fact that we have now essentially clinically tested the vaccine on billions of people worldwide,” he said. “Around 1 in 5 Americans is still going to put themselves at risk… rather than get vaccinated.”

The 44th president claimed “people are dying” because one in five Americans have refused to take an experimental Covid jab.

Perhaps the funniest part of Barack’s speech came when he referred to himself as “a free speech absolutist” amid a keynote address focused on destroying the First Amendment as we know it and consolidating the power into the hands of his globalist cohorts.

Watch the full speech on YouTube below: