With close to one month left in Obama’s Presidency, the current White House continues to carry water for Hillary Clinton, sore about her election loss which is not only a rebuttal against Hillary’s corrupt character, but also against Barack Obama’s eight years of political correctness, identity politics, and general mismanagement of the United States of America.
Instead of working with President-elect Trump to ensure a smooth and scandal free transition, Obama, being the petty child we always knew him to be, has decided to lie and cry about the legal, constitutional Trump victory, by playing along with Hillary’s “Russian election hack” meme.
Obama is proving once again that he is the great divider, praying on people’s over-charged emotions, in an effort to delegitimize Trump, pit one side against the other, and maybe (just maybe) sneakily hand the White House to Hillary Clinton.
As with all things Hillary touches, Obama has now been corrupted by the Clinton course. The outgoing President looks anything but presidential, as he foolishly pushes the ridiculous election hack narrative debunked here, here, here, here, and here.
Trump will enter office in January, and Obama will go down as one of America’s most divisive, petulant and childish presidents in the history of the republic.
Unfortunately we have 30 more days left of watching the Obama White House make complete fools of themselves, starting with spokesman Josh Earnest…
President Barack Obama’s spokesman has accused President-elect Donald Trump and top members of his team of “lucrative” ties with Russia, pointing out that his national security adviser was a “paid contributor” on RT.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest made the case against Trump at the daily briefing on Monday, connecting the dots from “malicious Russian cyber activity” to top campaign officials and their past.
“It was the president-elect who refused to disclose his financial connections to Russia,” said Earnest. “It was the president-elect who hired a campaign chairman with extensive, lucrative, personal financial ties to Russia. It was the president-elect who had national security adviser on the campaign that had been a paid contributor to RT, the Russian propaganda outlet.”
Earnest implied that as the Republican presidential nominee Trump “benefited” from cyberattacks on his main rival while “his campaign did not make any effort to obscure this.”
Earnest has directly accused Trump not only of turning a blind eye to Russia’s “attempt to destabilize our political system,” but even ordering Moscow to attack Hillary Clinton.
“The president-elect did not call it into question. He called on Russia to hack his opponent. He called on Russia to hack Secretary Clinton,” Earnest said, offering no evidence that would prove his claims. “He certainly had a pretty good sense of whose side this activity was coming down on.”
While the White House spokesman did not name any names, it was clear which officials close to the president-elect he was referring to. The “campaign chairman” with ties to Russia meant Paul Manafort, once linked to Ukraine’s former government.
Manafort made headlines that past August, when Ukraine’s current government accused him of having pocketed more than $12 million as a lobbyist and consultant for the “pro-Russian regime.” He worked for a company founded by Tony Podesta – brother of John Podesta, Bill Clinton’s former chief of staff and campaign chairman for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
The second person Earnest brought up is retired Lieutenant-General Michael Flynn, former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency and currently Trump’s pick for the post of national security adviser.
“General Flynn, to my knowledge, was never paid to be on my show. I can tell you that,” host Ed Schultz has said. “I think this is again the very sad road the White House is going down.”
Schultz has pointed to the former chairwoman of the DNC, Donna Brazile, and her relationship with CNN. Another example is Obama’s former adviser Van Jones, who is also a CNN political contributor.
“The White House is forgetting the connection that Donna Brazile has to CNN or what Van Jones was to the Obama administration getting paid by CNN. You can easily discredit someone if you wanna follow the money,” Schultz said.
RT’s Press Office has issued an official comment on the matter, saying that it is “amazed at the misinformation” given by White House press secretary.
“At no time has General Michael Flynn ever been a paid contributor to RT. General Flynn has appeared as a guest on our award-winning news network, alongside many international experts who respond to our invitation to share their views,” the statement added.