Former President Barack Obama spoke at The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Friday while taking jabs at President Trump and Republicans.
While Obama shot down Republicans for allegedly stoking fear during these “dangerous” and “extraordinary times,” he also arrogantly patted himself on the back for everything from the improving economy to supposedly helping to heal the country’s racial divisions. (Videos Below)
If it wasn’t enough that Obama lied through his teeth about the booming economy, he also referred to himself – I, My, Me – more than 102 times in about 64 minutes, while at the same time engaging in the same tactics he criticized Republicans for.
Obama’s favorite word seemed to be “I,” which he repeated at least 87 times, followed by more than a dozen references to “my” or “me.”
As Obama continued his political grandstanding charades, Republicans rejected his talking points and shot back laughing. (Videos Below)
After Obama Refers To Himself 102 Times, Pence Gives Him A Ruthless Reminder
Vice President Mike Pence said in a pre-recorded interview that airs Sunday with Chris Wallace, “the American people in 2016, rejected the policy and direction of Barack Obama when they elected Donald Trump.”
Pence noted it was disappointing to see Obama break from the tradition of former President’s who have stayed out of the political spotlight.
Pence added that Obama rolled out the same tired arguments that Obama and liberals have used over the last eight years. (Videos Below)
Further, Dr. Sebastian Gorka, former deputy assistant to President Trump appeared on Fox News mocking Obama for referring to himself in his speech 102 times.
“Obama referred to himself in the speech 102 times… It’s about me, me, me.” Gorka teased.
Watch the two videos below:
“Obama referred to himself in the speech 102 times… It’s about me, me, me.”
— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 8, 2018
You can’t even make this up. Obama is full of himself.
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