Barack Obama Publicly Humiliates Himself By Accusing Trump Of Not Following US Constitution

Barack Obama showed his arrogant side in an interview with Stephan Colbert and it was not pretty. Worse, it exposed him as the worst kind of hypocrite.

Obama accused Trump of not following the constitution with a straight face and Colbert did not challenge him. He did not bring up DACA or drone killings or how Obama went after the press and those who leaked to the media like no other before him, or his ‘recess appointments” or any of the useless and costly and illegal wars Obama kept going and that these guys have fought over the last forty years.

“If I could make an arrangement where I had a stand-in, a frontman or frontwoman, and they had an earpiece in and I was just in my basement in my sweats looking through the stuff, then I could sort of deliver the lines but somebody else was doing all the talking and ceremony, then I’d be fine with that because I found the work fascinating,” Obama said about a fictional third term.

You must watch what politicians do not what they say and right now Joe Biden and the Dems are strongly considering keeping some of the changes Trump made to how information flows from the WH. Trump – and the left and the media went crazy over this accused him of hiding things and selling out USA to Putin – severely restricted access to his calls with foreign leaders and other documents to stop leaks.

Now Biden and his team, after complaining about it for four years, will most probably keep the new procedures and add to them.

And the Dems in Congress who bitched loudly about Trump blowing them off will now cover for Biden. We will remind them of their hypocrisy, every day if we have to.

From The Daily Mail:

The pair also swiped at Donald Trump, with Colbert saying that the current president had shown that ‘there’s a whole bunch of stuff you don’t actually have to do’ and Obama responding: ‘Who knew’?

Chastising Trump for his handling of the job, Colbert asked: ‘Are there a few things that he chucked out and you went, oh, if only I’d known I didn’t have to do that’?

Obama responded that ‘I think there’s a lot’ – including the job of ‘following the Constitution’.

Describing the ‘fascinating’ job of the presidency, he said: ‘Even on my worst days, I found puzzling out these big, complicated, difficult issues – especially if you were working with some great people – to be professionally really satisfying’. 

…In the second part of his Colbert interview, which aired last night, Obama compared Trump’s refusal to concede to a Super Bowl in which the losing side claims that ‘field goals aren’t worth three’ or ‘that wasn’t really a touchdown’.

‘Or Hugo Chavez kept blocking the field goals from the grave,’ interjected Colbert, referring to Trump surrogates’ outlandish claims that the late Venezuelan strongman was implicated in a plot to rig the election.  

Obama continued: ‘We’ve all been watching. And I guess if you had the other team just refuse to acknowledge it, and you had half the league say we’re not sure it’s true, you’d have a similar controversy.

‘But when that starts happening, the game itself breaks down. And in this case it’s not a game, it’s our democracy.

‘Imagine if, going forward, every single election is treated this way at every level. Imagine if Democrats start acting this way.’

Obama added: ‘Joe Biden is going to be the next president, Kamala Harris is going to be the next vice president.

‘But we don’t want to get into a pattern where we just are willing to throw out what we’ve agreed to previously, including our constitutional structure, just because we find it politically expedient.’