Chicago Style: Intentional Confusion Spread by Barack Hussein Obama

Chicago Style: Intentional Confusion Spread by Barack Hussein Obama

Chicago Style: Intentional Confusion Spread by Barack Hussein Obama

The belief in a supernatural source of evil is not necessary; men alone are quite capable of every wickedness.–Joseph Conrad

With regard to the latest Black racism and anarchy in Chicago, Barack Hussein Obama came out last week and declared “I promise you racial tensions have not gotten worse in my time as President” – “they have just become more apparent because of the power of cell phone videos and social media”.

OK, let’s say that is true.

I then reflect on 2 different and separate issues, as follows;

  1. If that is true  then one may surmise that the same assertion is correct with these cell phone videos and the mistreatment of police to the black community which he railed against that started the racial fire.
  2. if they have not gotten worse, then why promise and proclaim they have not gotten worse, which is incorrect to anyone who can think.

You cannot have it every which way Mr. Hussein-Obama

What we are seeing now with his Proclamation Promise is left wing Propaganda designed to keep the “sugar fed” minions from wandering off the reservation and start thinking for themselves, hence the duplicitous inconsistency. 

The right and the voters know the Obama community organizing BS, which is why he has been a huge failure for the Democrats and his legacy.

Now, get this: in reference to the “horrific hate crimes”  he said … “this is how we learn – how we get better”!

The Jive Turkey said that with a straight face. bloody evil, yes?

Have a terrific week.

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2 Responses to "Chicago Style: Intentional Confusion Spread by Barack Hussein Obama"

  1. Todd Elliott Koger   January 8, 2017 at 6:32 pm

    75 percent of America’s high-poverty neighborhoods in 1970 still classified that way four decades later. Racial and class inequality is very much alive, “progressive politics” apartheid. Blacks have voted Democratic for almost 50 years are now being driven from their neighborhoods that have been their home for generations. We gave the Democratic Party our votes and they “took us for granted” leaving us living with social tension, unrest, and the worst GUN VIOLENCE AND VIOLENT CRIME . . . A diminished hope and no opportunities while the Democratic Party’s upscale hipster real estate speculators prosper.

    President-Elect Donald Trump wants to enable states with dedicated grants and implementation standards related to diversity, inclusion, and targeted hiring the resources necessary to spur investment in underserved black neighborhoods. Stopping gun violence, revitalizing education, creating jobs, replacing substandard housing, and strengthening black families is a mandate we secured for him.

    That is, Mr. Trump owes his victory to “predominately black Democratic strongholds” who were convinced to give him more votes than the previous Republican candidates. African Americans convinced hundreds of thousands blacks to “boycott” the vote and/or voting “straight” Democrat. All across America the black vote “boycott” masterminded by Todd Elliott Koger effectuated an insurmountable obstruction for Hillary Clinton and the Democrats. There is correspondence to the Trump campaign that outlined “Koger’s Plan.” There was a “Thank you for the suggestion” reply. And, President-Elect Donald Trump’s verbatim use of Mr. Koger’s exact same words during “online videos” and speeches that followed in Michigan, Milwaukee (Wisconsin) and Pennsylvania.

    Todd Elliott Koger’s writings at one point specifically advised that the “Koger Plan” to target the black vote will changed the destructive conversation and slip in the polls that the “verbal fight” with Khizr Khan, a slain U.S. soldier’s father had caused in late August 2016.

    When the Trump campaign started to collapse in October 2016, and everyone started to run away . . . Mr. Koger suggested the “need for a new writing” to change the conversation again. He suggested that the campaign needed to move away from the “hot mic incident.” Todd Elliott Koger’s correspondence suggested a “Treaty with Black America.” There’s another “thank you” from the campaign. And, Mr. Trump almost immediately announced a “Contract with the American Voter” and a “New Deal for Black America.”

    Maybe this is just a remarkable concurrence of events. Maybe Mr. Koger’s packaging of Mr. Trump’s visual optics and his efforts to communicate implementation of the ” Koger Plan” had no apparent connection. Maybe it was just “serendipity” in North and West Philadelphia (Eastern Pennsylvania) and Penn Hills, Allegheny County (Western Pennsylvania) where turnout fell 10 percent in the majority-black wards. Happenstance in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (District 15), where turnout was down 19.5 percent. Apparent “fluke” in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, where 75,000 “Motown Voters” decided to stay home. One thing for sure, Todd Elliott Koger’s correspondence kept reiterating that “Mr. Trump’s only path to victory” was the “black vote.” Cities like Boston, Massachusetts’ “predominately black” wards had their greatest decline in voter turnout this century. And, just 50,000 votes in three states, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin (the focus of “Koger’s Plan”) decided the election.

    The “PLAN” was conceived: Convince hundreds of thousands blacks to “boycott” the vote and/or voting “straight” Democrat.

    The “STRATEGY” was organized: Find every conceivable email address, mailing lists, newsgroup, on-line discussion, black organization, local activists, and the like, and send them an endless repetition of talking points.

    Mr. Koger’s “MESSAGE”: 50 Years of failed Democratic inner cities.

    There is available representative correspondence (sent to the Trump campaign and others) that demonstrates well how the “electoral college victory” was propelled. That is, Todd Elliott Koger’s suggested “THEMES” (We Must Come Together) and persuasive point-helping support is now documented with dates to prove the actual source of things (something no other person has been able to articulate about the black vote in 2016).

    The National Diversity Coalition for Trump did finally send a “Thank You.” But interestingly, Todd Elliott Koger and his wife don’t even have tickets for the Trump inauguration, its events, nor any job offers . . . .

    • Paul Ebeling   January 9, 2017 at 2:04 am

      The Great Society of LBJ (Democrat) was designed to keep Black in poverty. If they came out of poverty they would desert the progressive Democrats. Paul Ebeling

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