Obama supporters revel in the ‘First Black President’ title. Here he is in Kenya in the ’90s talking about his FAVORITE issue.
He comments on ‘White Privilege’ in Kenya at the 14:40 mark.
Here is another clip of the video showing how tourists ‘view’ native Kenyans and the land itself:
Unseen Video: Obama gets triggered by white tourists in Kenya.
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) October 4, 2016
The footage, filmed and narrated by Obama’s sister Auma, shows the president on his first trip to Kenya as a young man in his 20s. Michelle Obama also accompanied her husband on the trip…
…Obama’s 1990 comments are fascinating given the fact that his presidency has been tainted by some of the worst race relations in America for decades, fueled by police shootings and riots in Ferguson, Baltimore and Charlotte.
“The film is full of insights into Barack Obama’s psychology and worldview, especially with regards to the way he sees his family in Kenya and black-white race relations,” said WeSearchr’s Chuck Johnson, adding, “How much of a black nationalist do you think Obama is? What do you think he thinks of white people?”
Obama’s remarks in the video will provide further ammunition for his critics, who claim that the president has used the office to stoke racial division, especially given his sympathies towards ‘Black Lives Matter’, a group whose ideological inspiration is a convicted cop killer on the FBI’s ‘Most Wanted Terrorists’ list.
Read more: InfoWars
Did Obama have this bias all along?
It looks as though he did.
What’s more, he shaped policy with this worldview.
Is this why he jumps to the conclusion that when an incident happens with law enforcement it’s always the officer’s fault?
America is much more racially divided than it was in 2008, before the ‘First Black President’ took office.