Obama Uses Netflix To Target Unsuspecting Children

The Obamas just can’t shut up, no matter how many millions they make.

Or, alternately, perhaps that is why they won’t shut up, as their talking apparently commands absurdly lucrative fees, but their latest venture is likely to strike a major nerve with many Americans.

The Obamas, who are hardly known for their praise of the United States, have recently announced that they have launched a 10-episode series of We the People, featuring performances from a bevy of ultra-woke “artists.”

Apparently, the series will apparently “reframe” the ways in which children think about the government and political participation.

And, given the massive push for BLM, Critical Race Theory (CRT), Project 1619, and all the other America-hating educational movements out there, it is no surprise that We the People has likely joined in the madness.

Of course, Netflix, which has been a little too eager to collaborate with the Obamas on repeated projects, has already promoted the show in the most glowing terms possible, using the dreaded “reframe” word.

“[This series] an exuberant call to action for everyone to rethink civics as a living, breathing thing and to reframe their understanding of what government and citizenship mean in a modern world.” [Source: Breitbart]

Yeah. Well, Americans already got a taste of that from the university students’ temper tantrums in the streets after Trump’s election in 2016.

Looks like the leftists are trying to get children to storm the streets next.

Obama, of course, was filled with pride over the show’s debut, which ironically is being launched from their unfortunately named “Higher Ground” Productions.

“Michelle and I are excited to share our latest show from Higher Ground: We The People. Some of our favorite artists got together with amazing animators to remix civics—and the result is a lot better than what we had in school. Check it out on @Netflix this July 4.” [Source: Twitter]

“A lot better than what we had in school.” As if the blatant re-education isn’t already obvious from the creators of the show (i.e., the Obamas).

One really wishes that Netflix would focus more on Americans that actually love America, rather than hate America, and an excellent place to start would include Kendall Qualls.

Kendall Qualls, who attempted to unseat an incumbent Democrat U.S. Rep in Minnesota’s 3rd District during the 2020 elections, has launched an “anti-woke” movement in the state, which specifically counters the exact type of “reframing” that the Obamas apparently want to do with children’s minds.

Unlike the rather privileged background that Mr. Barak received, it is safe to say that Qualls endured significantly more hardship.

Moreover, by overcoming that hardship, Qualls also gained a vastly more appreciative attitude towards the United States than Mr. Barack ever did, which is quite clear in Qualls’s recent comments to the media.

“America, and the idea of America, works … If it can work for a guy like me, who started his life in Harlem, New York, as a kid, then later lived in a trailer park in Oklahoma … And I tell people, ‘Look, I’ve been called trailer trash, ghetto kid, and a lot worse. But, in this country, where you start in life is not where you have to stay in life.” [Source: Breitbart]

Thank you, Qualls, for telling the truth about America: While far from perfect, the United States offers opportunities that the vast majority of humanity can only dream of, assuming such freedoms can even be conceived of in the first place.

And with those freedoms comes the freedom to make one’s own destiny.

In contrast to the incredibly hardworking Qualls, who has extensive military and business experience, Obama offered a rather different take on America in his absurdly self-aggrandizing memoirs folded into a 768-page tome, tragically titled A Promised Land.

“It was as if my very presence in the White House had triggered a deep-seated panic, a sense that the natural order had been disrupted … Which is exactly what Donald Trump understood when he started pedaling assertions that I had not been born in the United States and was thus an illegitimate president. For millions of Americans spooked by a Black man in the White House, he promised an elixir for their racial anxiety.” [Source: The Hill]

Right, Obama.

Americans were so “nervous” that you were elected … twice. And, per your latest commentary, apparently literally serving a third term through your puppet Biden.

Something suggests that most Americans would find Squalls vastly more relatable, not to mention light years more genuine, than the now-incredibly wealthy Obamas ever will.

Fortunately, Ben Rhodes, who worked for Obama from 2009-2017, wrote After the Fall regarding his experience, indicating more than one way in which Obama’s slippery public appearance contrasts quite neatly with his behind-the-scenes commentary.

For instance, aside from hurling plenty of expletives about Trump behind closed doors, Obama went so far as to compare Trump’s victory to O.J.’s acquittal.

“Trump is for a lot of white people what OJ’s acquittal was to a lot of black folks — you know it’s wrong, but it feels good.” [Source: The U.S. Sun]

Yeah. How’s that statement for Obama’s so-called “Higher Ground” sentiments?

Well, thanks for acknowledging that you apparently “felt good” after the acquittal, Mr. Obama. That would certainly explain a whole lot about your ideology and “policies” now.

The exact same ideology that he and his equally duplicitous wife are attempting to brainwash children into believing with every entertainment venture they touch, in particularly those geared at youth or children.

This July 4, it is strongly recommended to tune out Netflix and tune in the great outdoors instead.

Author: Ofelia Thornton