During his commencement speech at the historically black Howard University, Barack Hussein Obama made a series of disturbingly racist comments against whites. This week, these comments came back to bite him in a big way when no-nonsense Sheriff David Clarke spoke out against him on Fox News.
In his speech, Obama told the crowd that one of his biggest “pet peeves” is those “people who have been successful and don’t realize they’ve been lucky.” Clarke told Fox that Obama knows a thing or two about luck, since he was a community organizer who somehow ended up in the White House.
“He doesn’t believe in human potential,” declared Clarke, according to Conservative Tribune. “He doesn’t believe in a person’s ability to work hard, persevere, overcome obstacles and go on to reach greatness.”
Clarke went on to say that a person’s accomplishments are more about how hard they work rather than what they were given in the first place. Clarke worked hard to succeed at the Naval Postgraduate Academy, and he said he would have felt “insulted” if he had been told by his commencement speaker that his hard-earned success simply came about because he was “lucky.”
“It’s just the wrong message to give young minds coming out of college,” Clarke stated. “Don’t blame racism, don’t blame the world for not being fair. It should have been that kind of message. That’s what young people need to hear.”
“Of course, he never misses an opportunity to play the race card,” added Clarke.
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