How Obama Is Scheming To Sabotage Trump’s Presidency

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This article by Paul Sperry appears in the New York Post:

When former President Barack Obama said he was “heartened” by anti-Trump protests, he was sending a message of approval to his troops. Troops? Yes, Obama has an army of agitators — numbering more than 30,000 — who will fight his Republican successor at every turn of his historic presidency. And Obama will command them from a bunker less than two miles from the White House.

In what’s shaping up to be a highly unusual post-presidency, Obama isn’t just staying behind in Washington. He’s working behind the scenes to set up what will effectively be a shadow government to not only protect his threatened legacy, but to sabotage the incoming administration and its popular “America First” agenda.

He’s doing it through a network of leftist nonprofits led by Organizing for Action. Normally you’d expect an organization set up to support a politician and his agenda to close up shop after that candidate leaves office, but not Obama’s OFA. Rather, it’s gearing up for battle, with a growing war chest and more than 250 offices across the country.

Since Donald Trump’s election, this little-known but well-funded protesting arm has beefed up staff and ramped up recruitment of young liberal activists, declaring on its website, “We’re not backing down.” Determined to salvage Obama’s legacy,”it’s drawing battle lines on immigration, ObamaCare, race relations and climate change.

Obama is intimately involved in OFA operations and even tweets from the group’s account. In fact, he gave marching orders to OFA foot soldiers following Trump’s upset victory.

“It is fine for everybody to feel stressed, sad, discouraged,” he said in a conference call from the White House. “But get over it.” He demanded they “move forward to protect what we’ve accomplished.”

“Now is the time for some organizing,” he said. “So don’t mope.”

Far from sulking, OFA activists helped organize anti-Trump marches across US cities, some of which turned into riots. After Trump issued a temporary ban on immigration from seven terror-prone Muslim nations, the demonstrators jammed airports, chanting: “No ban, no wall, sanctuary for all!”

Run by old Obama aides and campaign workers, federal tax records show “nonpartisan” OFA marshals 32,525 volunteers nationwide. Registered as a 501(c)(4), it doesn’t have to disclose its donors, but they’ve been generous. OFA has raised more than $40 million in contributions and grants since evolving from Obama’s campaign organization Obama for America in 2013.

OFA, in IRS filings, says it trains young activists to develop “organizing skills.” Armed with Obama’s 2012 campaign database, OFA plans to get out the vote for Democratic candidates it’s grooming to win back Congress and erect a wall of resistance to Trump at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue.

It will be aided in that effort by the Obama Foundation, run by Obama’s former political director, and the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, launched last month by Obama pal Eric Holder to end what he and Obama call GOP “gerrymandering” of congressional districts.

Obama will be overseeing it all from a shadow White House located within two miles of Trump. It features a mansion, which he’s fortifying with construction of a tall brick perimeter, and a nearby taxpayer-funded office with his own chief of staff and press secretary. Michelle Obama will also open an office there, along with the Obama Foundation.

Critical to the fight is rebuilding the ravaged Democrat Party. Obama hopes to install his former civil-rights chief Tom Perez at the helm of the Democratic National Committee.

Perez is running for the vacant DNC chairmanship, vowing “It’s time to organize and fight . . . We must stand up to protect President Obama’s accomplishments;” while also promising, “We’re going to build the strongest grass-roots organizing force this country has ever seen.”

The 55-year-old Obama is not content to go quietly into the night like other ex-presidents.

“You’re going to see me early next year,” he said after the election, “and we’re going to be in a position where we can start cooking up all kinds of great stuff.”

Added the ex-president: “Point is, I’m still fired up and ready to go.”


    • He absolutely DID NOT fail at all. He was wildly successful in his mission to transform America into a more divided country, a country where his left wing ideology is slowly and successfully becoming more mainstreamed. A country who’s values, morals and work ethic are more socialist and left wing than ever in history. A country who is not a super power any more, a country where groups like Black lives matters, and ISIS feels more at home than ever. This is what he wanted to accomplish and unfortunately has done so.

        • He almost succeed. George Soros complain about couple months ago, he said “Obama was his biggest disappointment”. Just look it up, it’s there on line. Obama failed & Hilary supposed to continue the goals of transform America. Because Americans are much smarter and the last minutes Trump won. Had Hilary won, George Soros will be the one pulling the strings, just like Valerie Jarrett was pulling Obama’s string more than George Soros that’s why he didn’t follow all Soros’s instruction. his tentacle spread far and wide. Hilary not only do George Soros bid, but also for a lot of countries what donated to her foundation. She’s so busy doing duties for them, she won’t have time to work on American’s

  1. He should spend this time going to the hood to talk to his Poppy’s there and tell them to make something of themselves, just like he did, instead of trying to destroy the country more than he already did.

  2. I stand by President Obama. I’ve stared into his ears for the last 8 years everytime he spoke. They are generally clean. I don’t see why that should change. I might still want to run for President some day. Now, I’m thinking of writing a book on my unbelievable experience in the White House and all the tremendous work I’ve done. I love my feet. I wish I could use them more often but at my age it’s becoming difficult to extricate them from my mouth. I think I’ll go down as the greatest Vice President in history. Maybe I’ll build a library some day. Maybe not. I do read a lot. I’ll keep you posted. Is it time for my medication yet? Over and out.


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