[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Barack Obama is the most far left, Marxist loving president that America has ever had. But, despite his continuous push of anti-American, anti-Constitutional, and anti-capitalism policies, there is one demographic group who have fared far worse under ‘the first black president.’ That group is black people.
[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]Unemployment for blacks is higher under Obama and there are more blacks in poverty under this president. Yet, the black population in America still overwhelmingly support him out of nothing more, in my opinion as a black woman, than allegiance to him because of the color of his skin. Any criticism of Obama has been attacked as bigoted and racist, even if such criticism is backed by citing specific policies and actions by Obama that undermine America and those trying to succeed. So, the last thing one would expect would be for a successful, liberal businessman to lay into Obama like media mogul Byron Allen did.
During an interview with TMZ on Saturday, Allen shared the things that have upset him about Obama. In referring to the people responsible for the violence, mayhem, and destruction in Baltimore, Allen said, “I’m disappointed that President Obama called those young men in Baltimore thugs.”
He added, “Now, I’m not condoning violence, but I don’t think we should be calling them thugs, because we have positioned them to fail and the system has failed them.”
Perhaps someone should give Allen the rundown that the very system that he is claiming has failed the people of Baltimore has been run by Democrats for nearly 50 years and has been a Democrat stronghold for 150 years.
He then shifted to say something about Barack Obama that most certainly will draw outrage and condemnation from Obama’s protectors in both society and the media. Allen said, “And I say to President Obama, you have to remember who you are. Don’t forget who you are.”[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]The TMZ reporter then chimes in while laughing, “Don’t forget who you are, brother in the White House, you know!”
Allen then says, “I have grave concerns about President Obama because I feel that, it’s factual. Check the numbers. Black people have fallen even further behind under President Obama.” He had some words of advice for Obama saying, “It’s okay to be President of the United States and also be a black man.”
At that point, Allen calls into question Obama’s ‘blackness’ saying, “And guess what? People will respect you more if you stop acting like you’re not (a black man.)” The questioning of Obama’s blackness went deeper when Allen contended, “President Obama is, at this point, a white president in black face. Black America would have done much better with a white president.”
Will Allen now find himself ostracized by Hollywood and attacked by his fellow blacks for daring to criticize Obama so harshly, even calling into question his ‘blackness’ and essentially calling him an ‘Uncle Tom’?