Obama Makes Mandela’s Death All About Obama

Obama and Mandela both seem to love communism.
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The White House is publishing Obama photos about the death of Nelson Mandela, and everything the White House is putting out about the death of Nelson Mandela has Obama in it. They’re called “selfies” now, these pictures. It’s like when Rosa Parks died, Obama made a beeline to the museum where the bus is that Rosa Parks refused to go to the back of and he took a seat.

He sat where Rosa Parks sat, and then the White House took a picture, and there’s Obama looking out the window as though he, too, faced such horrible consequences and discrimination. I know it was arranged months and years in advance.

“On Thursday, in the aftermath of South African iconic leader Nelson Mandela’s death at age 95, President Obama’s White House account tweeted a tribute to Mandela,” and what do you think the tribute was? Honest to God, what do you think it was? The White House tweeted a tribute to Nelson Mandela. What do you think it was? It was “a picture of Obama in Mandela’s Robben Island prison cell.” I kid you not. I know it’s really. It’s beneath… You talk about somebody who walk about thinking everything is about him.

You know, I’ve known people with healthy egos, and they’re off putting, folks. I’m sure you’ve known them. But this, the official White House tweet upon the death of Nelson Mandela is a picture of Obama in the jail cell, after the jail cell has been closed and memorialized itself, just as President Obama published a picture of himself sitting in the same seat in the same bus that Rosa Parks refused to move to the back of the bus on. (laughing) You know, wait ’til Obama finds out the White House did this.



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