Obama and his cadre of administration officials did something the media and the Left will never admit – he ripped this nation apart by race. Yet, his 2020 memoir, A Promised Land, tells a different story. It’s a fairy tale of revisionist history.
Jack Cashill poured through Obama’s memoir and deconstructed the impact of the misrepresentations and deceit contained throughout. Author Jack Cashill has done what he has done many times in the past – he deconstructs the “official” narrative and reconstructs what actually happened. And what he found answers the question of HOW we arrived to where we are today – a nation split by an ever-increasing racial divide.
Join Jack Cashill, with in-studio guests Susan Daniels, the private investigator who broke open the report concerning Obama’s Connecticut social security number that led to the larger issue of his constitutional eligibility to hold the office of president, and Mr. “Nin” Privitera, a true American patriot who has led many charges into uncovering the truth, in this very special episode.
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Black Americans hoped Barack Obama would lead them to the “Promised Land,” and white Americans hoped he would reconcile the races, but by failing to understand his country or himself, Obama pulled the nation apart.
In his introduction to the world at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, then state senator Barack Obama insisted, “There is not a liberal America and a conservative America—there is the United States of America. There is not a Black America and a White America and Latino America and Asian America—there’s the United States of America.” But as his latest memoir, A Promised Land, makes clear, Obama inhabits a smug, elite liberal America in which conservatives are not welcome. Indeed, from Obama’s perspective, their every thought, gesture, and vote is insincere and likely racist.
Although the Obama memoir is obsessed with race, Obama as president and as writer has refused to address the one problem he knew to be at the heart of America’s racial divide: the disintegration of the black family. While Obama and his peers have profited from the opportunities America offers, his lack of courage has doomed the black inner city to another generation of crime, drugs, and educational failure. To divert attention from his own failure, Obama has cast the right as the “other” in his ongoing melodrama—driving a wedge between black and white that will take generations to heal.