Obama Hijacks White House Website and Sends Trump a Giant “F You” With Changes He Makes

For eight years, the Obamas tried their hardest to change the course of American history and it wasn’t for the better. Michelle Obama made it clear many years ago when she said during an interview that we must simply “rewrite our America’s history,” as she made it no secret how much she and her husband hated our country. Obama’s time as President was rocked by scandals and corruption like this country hasn’t seen in a long time. Now that Obama is no longer President, it seems he is taking Michelle’s words to heart by actually rewriting history.

Nazi propagandist Paul Joseph Goebbels knew all too well the value of a lie. “If you repeat a lie often enough, it becomes the truth,” Goebbels famously stated. Obama is also familiar with this tactic as he used it himself for many years including right after he left the White House and claimed over and over that his presidency was “scandal-free.” He completely ignored Benghazi, Fast and Furious, IRS’ targeting of conservatives, his unconstitutional surveillance on Americans, and the handling of Hillary’s email scandal, just to name of few.

Obama also has the ability to turn any conversation all about himself. If you haven’t seen it, during Obama’s farewell speech he mentioned himself 75 times in a 51-minute speech. During the speech, he bragged about his “legacy” and “accomplishments.” After eight years most Americans have become used to Obama and his lies, but for him to say that his presidency was scandal free is an outright lie that no one in their right minds should believe.

He took things a step further by making changes to the White House’s official website so he could brag about himself. Every President has a biography on the whitehouse.gov website where people can learn more about them. But Obama hijacked the site to boast about his great accomplishments as America’s 44th President.  Here are several screenshots of where Obama has included “fascinating tidbits” about himself on other presidents’ profiles:

“Did you know?” bullets about Obama can now be seen on the public presidential profiles of one dozen presidents, including Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, George H. W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Harry S. Truman, Calvin Coolidge, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Herbert Hoover, and most disgustingly, our most beloved president, Ronald Reagan!

Below is the full text where Obama has interjected himself as a desperate attempt to make himself relevant, where he’s literally rewritten history in a disgusting attempt to white-wash his shameful “legacy.” Here’s what you can see on each presidents’ profile now:

William J. Clinton

George W. Bush

  • In 2002, President George W. Bush’s State of the Union was the first to be live broadcast on the Internet. In 2011 and 2012, President Obama’s State of the Union speeches were available in an enhanced live stream version that featured infographics, charts and data side-by-side in real time with the President’s speech.

George H. W. Bush

  • President Barack Obama awarded George H.W. Bush the 2010 Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, for his commitment to service and ability to inspire volunteerism throughout the country, encouraging citizens to be “a thousand points of light.” The administration continues to promote service and civic engagement, honoring heroes of local communities as “Champions of Change” and fostering civic participation.

Ronald Reagan

Obama even took over Ronald Reagan’s space on Whitehouse.gov to talk about himself:

Jimmy Carter

Richard Nixon

Lyndon Johnson

  • President Lyndon Johnson signed Medicare law in 1965—providing millions of elderly healthcare stability. President Obama’s historic health care reform law, the Affordable Care Actstrengthens Medicare, offers eligible seniors a range of preventive services with no cost-sharing, and provides discounts on drugs when in the coverage gap known as the “donut hole.”

John F. Kennedy

  • President John F. Kennedy famously suggested the American people: “Ask what you can do for your country.” In 1961, the Peace Corps was created, facilitating service among citizens working toward peace in developing countries. In 2011, President Obama celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps with a Presidential Proclamation.

Harry S. Truman

  • In a 1946 letter to the National Urban League, President Truman wrote that the government has “an obligation to see that the civil rights of every citizen are fully and equally protected.” He ended racial segregation in civil service and the armed forces in 1948. Today the Obama Administration continues to strive toward upholding the civil rights of its citizens, repealing  Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, allowing people of all sexual orientations to serve openly in our armed forces. Source: Harry S. Truman Library and Museum

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Calvin Coolidge

  • On Feb. 22, 1924 Calvin Coolidge became the first president to make a public radio address to the American people. President Coolidge later helped create the Federal Radio Commission, which has now evolved to become the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).   President Obama became the first president to hold virtual gatherings and town halls using TwitterFacebookGoogle+LinkedIn, etc.

Herbert Hoover

  • President Herbert Hoover signed the bill founding the Department of Veterans Affairs July 21, 1930. President Obama is committed to making sure that the VA, the second-largest cabinet department, serves the needs of all veterans and provides a seamless transition from active duty to civilian life, and has directed his Administration to modernize the way health care is delivered and benefits are administered for our nation’s veterans.  First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden launched Joining Forces to mobilize all sectors of society to give our service members and their families the opportunities and support they have earned.

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