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Obama Just Threw His Weight Behind One of the Most Racist Leaders in the World

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Barack Obama claimed to be everyone’s president upon becoming the first black president in American history.

But over the course of his eight years in office, Obama proved to be divisive in the extreme, especially when it came to matters of race.

Yes, racism has long been a problem in America (though not necessarily more so than in other nations with mixed-race populations). Though it’s not an exaggeration to say that most Americans couldn’t remember such high racial tensions as those produced by the Obama-backed “Black Lives Matter” movement, to say nothing of the regular spewings of First “Lady” Michelle Obama.

And so, it comes as little surprise to many Americans that Obama has now thrown his weight behind one of the most racist black leaders in the world today, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Late last month, Obama traveled to South America to address the annual Nelson Mandela Lecture.

In his opening remarks, Obama thanked Ramaphosa for “inspiring great hope in this country.”

Obama said this despite the fact that Ramaphosa has been the source of great controversy for pushing policies that persecute minority white farmers by taking their land, policies that have resulted in a number of race-based murders.

Tucker Carlson’s got the scoop:


H/T Gateway Pundit

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