The hypocrisy of President Obama knows no bounds.
Earlier this month, Donald Trump inferred on multiple occasions that the election could be ‘rigged’ against him.
“If the election is rigged, I would not be surprised,” he told The Washington Post.
Democrats – both politicians and those embedded in the media – scoffed at the notion, despite recently leaked e-mails which show the DNC itself had rigged their primary in favor of Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.
President Obama himself called the concept “ridiculous.”
Unserious, he suggested, was Trump’s warning that November’s election could be rigged against him: He mocked the assertion as “ridiculous.”
“Of course the election won’t be rigged. What does that mean?” Obama said, struggling to disguise his contempt. “If Mr. Trump is suggesting that there is a conspiracy theory that is propagated across the country, including in places like Texas where typically it is not Democrats who are in charge of voting booths, that’s ridiculous. That doesn’t make any sense.”
If that is the case however, President Obama has also made some pretty ridiculous claims in the past, having made the same exact suggestion about a ‘rigged system’ time and time again.
Just see for yourself …
Only Obama gets to say the system is rigged.