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Obama Wrote America Is A ‘Racist Society’ In An Unreleased Manuscript

Race relations severely deteriorated during Obama’s two terms. Is it Obama that is the real racist?

Unfortunately, the black people of this country ended up being worse off after Comrade Barry. Sad, but true. Ironically he forgot to put in the part about how he made it worse. 

If the media would have done their job this manuscript would have been found long ago. Anyone who is surprised about this watches mainstream media and is not capable of thinking or reasoning.

WZ:

The society that gave him every advantage in the world and made his President, because they’re so racist. And he’s now hiding out in French Polynesia to write his memoirs for which he will get millions from this racist society.

Daily Caller:

In an unpublished manuscript, former President Barack Obama and a friend wrote that America is a “racist society” that pushes an ideology that infects the minds of whites and blacks.

Pulitzer Prize winning author David Garrow is set to reveal information about this unpublished book in his upcoming biography “Rising Star: The Making of Barack Obama.”

In an interview on the Jamie Weinstein Show released Wednesday, Garrow opened up about his upcoming book and told Weinstein, “I think that people irrespective of their political views or partisan identification will be astonished. I cannot say that too strongly. Will be profoundly astonished by how much important substance of Barack Obama’s life has not previously been known and that’s not in a negative context necessarily at all.” More

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