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Biden’s Narcissist Puppet Master

Pundits have reason to believe that Obama, through Susan Rice, is Biden’s primary puppet master.

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Among the several thousands slings and arrows that the Left aimed at President Trump, every minute of his presidency, was that he is a dyed-in-the-wool narcissist.  I have no degree in psychology, and no clinical background, however, it likely is true that Donald Trump exhibits many characteristics of narcissism.

Trump cannot, in the least, hold a candle to the greatest narcissist that the U.S. presidency has ever had to endure, someone who easily merited the title Narcissist-in-Chief: the unbearably conceited, one and only, Barack Obama.

Why bring this up now when Obama holds no elected office? Many political pundits on the right have reason to believe that Obama, through Susan Rice, current director of the U.S. States Domestic Policy Council, is pulling Biden’s strings.

Obama’s Water Girl

Rice has carried Obama’s water many times. The most egregious, perhaps, was when Obama sent her on a two-week juggernaut of political talk shows claiming that an insulting video prompted the September 11, 2012 attacks on our consulate in Benghazi.

The ploy involved concealing news of the attack, on that ignominious anniversary, until weeks after September 11, 2012, so that Obama’s poll numbers during the election season would not plummet.

This move was classic Obama who had been “all about himself” from the moment he stepped into the public spotlight.

Going Public

Once he entered the White House in 2009, his decades-in-the-making narcissism went quite public, even if largely unnoticed by his throngs of admirers, and under-reported by the sycophantic press.

Obama paid homage to JFK by posting a photograph of himself looking longingly at a portrait of the late, assassinated president.

Obama sent Queen Elizabeth of England a gift – two of his speeches, saved on an iPod. The Queen already possessed an iPod, but no big deal. It must have been a thrill for her, amidst a lifetime of them, to have received Obama’s recordings. It certainly was a thrill for Obama.

Not coincidentally, Obama bestowed this gift to the Queen around the time that he had returned the bust of Winston Churchill which had long graced the Oval Office.

Look at Me!

When Neil Armstrong, the first man who put his foot on the moon in 1969, passed away in August, 2012, how did Obama publicly remember Neil Armstrong? He presented a picture of himself gazing up at the moon. Gazing up at the moon. You cannot make this stuff up.

When Sen. Daniel Inouye of Hawaii, war hero, and longtime public servant passed away in December, 2012, Obama spoke eloquently about Inouye’s life.

If you listen closely, however, he reflected upon the Senator only as Inouye related to own life. In other words, he was speaking about Inouye on the surface, but actually was touting “me, me, and me.”

Touching Remembrances

To honor the late Rosa Parks, in February, 2013, Obama posted a picture of himself in the same bus seat where she had sat. How moving! That seat must have felt blessed.

When Nelson Mandela of South Africa passed in December, 2013, and the world mourned, so did Obama. He marked the occasion by tweeting a photo of himself and one of his daughters in Mandela’s #5 cell on Robben Island. Looking down from heaven, undoubtedly, Nelson Mandela was touched.

Close your eyes and imagine that Donald Trump had done the same – tweeted a similar kind of photo of himself with Ivanka in Mandela’s cell. Would the media machine ever let this go? Would this not be included as a major item in Trump’s future obituary?

Sinking to the Bottom

On the 70th anniversary of the USS Arizona sinking in Pearl Harbor, Obama ‘honored’ the dead sailors by issuing a picture of himself walking down the stairs in front of the USS Arizona Memorial. The name of the ship was obscured in the picture, but Obama looked good.

You get this picture: Obama could never and can never get enough of himself. He goes of his way to ensure that everyone else cannot either.

Obama’s brand of over-the-top narcissism continues to this day. In the last year, he made the rounds on political talk shows, late night TV, and prime media platforms, reserved, of course, only for Lefties.

You Didn’t Write That

In November and December, Obama touted his new, 700-page book, A Promised Land, which, incredibly, covers only part of his presidential administration.

The ‘newspaper of record,’ the New York Times gushed: ‘Barack Obama as fine a writer as they come. It is not merely that this book avoids being ponderous, as might be expected, even forgiven, of a hefty memoir, but that it is nearly always pleasurable to read, sentence by sentence, the prose gorgeous in places, the detail granular and vivid.’

My guess is that Barack ‘you didn’t build it’ Obama didn’t write that.

Now Hear This

The audio edition of A Promised Land is ONLY 29 hours long — far longer than the respective audio editions of current biographies on Leonardo da Vinci, Benjamin Franklin, and Albert Einstein, each of whom actually accomplished great deeds.

While Beijing Biden does more of Obama’s bidding, we’ll have to wait with bated breath for the second volume. Hopefully, it will not run 700 pages, but with a world-class narcissist, who can say?

It might be much longer.

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Cancel-free: The Charmed Lives of Offensive Democrats

The American Left is teaming with hypocritical womanizers, homophobes, and anti-white racists, all of whom receive a free pass

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Pretend that you’re the governor of some state, perhaps out in the Midwest. Seven different women have come forward accusing you of sexually harassing or molesting them. Suppose, as well, that you happen to be a Republican.

Cuomo Nation

As successful as you might have been in holding on to your post for the first six accusations, how long would you last after the seventh woman has come forward?

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Any level headed person would conclude that you wouldn’t be able to hang on for long. The press would hammer you every day. People on your staff would rebel. Those who exert any type of influence in your state’s legislative body would go on the warpath, and insist that you resign immediately.

You’d have significant trouble working with elected officials, heads of agencies and commissions, and your own staff. CNN and MSNBC would feature you as a nightly topic. Yet, Andrew Cuomo can hang on for months, and possibly even for the duration of his elected term. Why? He is a Democrat.

The Joy of Being Joy Reid

Suppose that you become a nightly news anchor for a major TV network. A short time thereafter, it is revealed that you’ve made highly questionable, homophobic, even vicious statements and blog posts within the past decade. At your network, how quickly would you be asked to resign? A day? A week?

If you’re able to retain your post, what would your relationship be with your existing staff, some of whom represent the type of people that you so ungraciously disparaged in your posts? What would your relationship be with the studio and broadcast executives? What about your audience? Would they  seek your removal?

Suppose, however, that your name is Joy Reid. You are a black woman in America, and have made statements in your blog, “The Reid Report” where you have openly “mocked public figures for their perceived femininity and gayness.” Worse, you have sought to expose political opponents whom you believed to be homosexual.

Cancel-Free and Lovin’ It

Many months pass and the din dies down. While your reputation has been tarnished, the Public Broadcasting System, de facto, has granted that you will continue on in your post. No real harm, right? After all, it’s been 10 years, and presumably you’re a better person now, eh? Yet, others at other stations, who made less derogatory comments, far more that ten years ago, have been terminated.

As a ‘woman of color’ in America, a Democrat, a liberal, a progressive, and one who supports the Left, you are immune from being dislodged from your position. You would have to murder somebody, live, on air, before your position would be in jeopardy. Anything that has occurred off of the air will be downplayed.

Soon, your transgression will be swept under the rug. Your deed will never completely disappear, because the Internet is eternal. However, the impact and  ramifications of your transgression can be reduced to the bare minimum.

A Caucasian-hating Asian

Your big day arrives: you land a prime position at the New York Times, “the newspaper of record.” The prestige that goes along with your role is enormous. You are on the advisory committee for the editorial opinion page: You decide what makes it into print and what does not, and you get to shape what is printed.

Before you officially begin, serious allegations about you have surfaced. You’ve made inflammatory statements, insulting older white Caucasians. You have said, verbatim, “Oh man it’s kind of sick how much joy I get out of being cruel to old white men.”

You have tweeted, “Dumb*ss f*cking white people marking up the internet with their opinions like dogs p-ssing on fire hydrants” and, “White people have stopped breeding. You’ll all go extinct soon. This was my plan all along.”

How long would it take your employer to fire you, even before your first day? Your name, however, is Sarah Jeong. You are an Asian-American, part of a protected class, a Democrat, and a progressive who is highly supportive of Leftist causes. Despite all that is known about your past, the Times embraces you.

State of Disgrace

After a mercifully short stay, deputy editor Kate Kingsbury said, “Sarah decided to leave the editorial board in August. But we’re glad to still have her journalism and insights around technology in our pages through her work as a contributor.”

This is the state of the American Left today, an ideology teaming with hypocritical womanizers, homophobes, and anti-white racists. As if in The Twilight Zone, these people receive a free pass: They are Democrats, a special class and part of the upper tier in our two-tier level of justice and “social” justice.

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Update from AZ Senator JD Mesnard

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Former Speaker of the Arizona House and current Arizona State Senator JD Mesnard gives his update and analysis of the ongoing Arizona audit saga. Check out the video below:

About JD Mesnard:

J.D. Mesnard is a state senator in the Arizona Senate, serving Legislative District 17 (Chandler, Gilbert, and Sun Lakes). He was elected to the Senate on November 6, 2018, after serving eight years in the Arizona House of Representatives, including as Speaker of the House during his final term.

J.D. is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Arizona State University with a Bachelors degree in Music Composition. He also holds two masters degrees, one in Business and the other in Public Administration—exemplifying his interest in both the public and private sectors. Prior to running for office, J.D. spent eight years working at the Arizona Senate where he served as a policy advisor on issues ranging from education, transportation and retirement, to family services and government administration. He is a small business owner, investor and consultant, and has always sought to be an active participant at all levels of the community. He works with charities, churches and non-profits, and is adjunct faculty at Mesa Community College and Arizona State University, where he teaches political science courses. He has been teaching for 14 years.

J.D.’s compassion for those less fortunate—who struggle in places outside of the greatest country on earth—led him to help establish Voices of the World, a non-profit Christian charity whose mission includes providing humanitarian aid to the poor and destitute of the world.

Born at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, FL (his father is a retired fighter pilot), J.D. has lived in Arizona for nearly 30 years. He resides in Chandler with his wife, Holly, who is a registered nurse, and their daughter, Calielle.

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