The theater he went to was so crowded, he sat in the balcony in the aisle, the only place to sit. He said the audience was at rapt, full attention. It explains Obama's motivations. And for many, it's the first time.
Now, they are hearing about Obama's views on colonialism, the influence of the mentors in his life such as father and a man by the name of Frank Marshall Davis, a noted communist in Hawaii. And basically what you come away with when you watch the movie is that Obama considers himself a global citizen, not so much an American citizen. An American citizen is too limiting. He's a global citizen. And he has the global view of America, which essentially is that our wealth and superpower status has not derived from anything special or exceptional about us. That instead what we've done is simply pillaged the rest of the world, with stolen resources.
Folks, it's exactly what I've told you from the get-go, that Obama has a chip on his shoulder about this country, that it's illegitimate, it's immoral, its founding was unjust, and it's his role, it's his job to cut this country down to size 'cause that's what this country deserves. From the perspective of a globalist who sees the world as this giant egalitarian place that ought to be a lot more fair and a lot more equal, but the United States has taken much more than its share, and it's Obama's job to finally level the playing field. And not only in a global sphere, but domestically as well.
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