Obama Told Trump to Stop Whining about Rigging Elections, but Guess What He was Doing in 2008 (Video)


The usurper-in-chief, Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah, took to television last week to blast Donald Trump‘s comments about the elections being rigged and said that “no serious person” would actually believe that the presidential elections could be rigged. He even said that Trump should stop whining about it. However, guess what Mr. Hypocrisy was doing in 2008.

Speaking at Kent State University in Ohio in 2008, Obama said that elections in the past had been rigged.

“I would just like to know what you can say to reassure us that this election will not be rigged or stolen?” asked one of his supporters.

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“Well, I tell you what it helps in Ohio, that we got Democrats in charge of the machines,” answered Obama.

One thing Obama did do in his speech was declare that both sides have been involved in rigging elections, as if that is acceptable by anyone.

“But look, I come from Chicago,” Obama continued, “so I want to be honest, it’s not as if it’s just Republicans who have monkeyed around with elections in the past. Sometimes, Democrats have, too.”

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Then Senator Obama went on to say, “Whenever people are in power, they have this tendency to try to, you know, tilt things in their direction.”

“That’s why we’ve got to have, I believe, a voting rights division in the Justice Department that is nonpartisan, and that is serious about investigating cases of vote fraud,” he added. “Is serious about making sure that people aren’t being discouraged to vote. That’s why the voting rights legislation that was passed a couple of years ago to help county clerks make sure that the machines were in place that were needed, are important. That’s why we need paper trails on these new electronic machines so that you actually have something that you can hang on to after you’ve punched that letter – make sure it hasn’t been hacked into. Those are all part of the process of making sure that our democracy works for everybody.”

Really? So, is Mr. Obama dealing with those involved in voter fraud and rigging the elections? Nope. He’s actually inviting them to the White House for midnight meetings. If you don’t believe me, just take a look at how many times Robert Creamer visited the White House.

If that was not enough, then Senator John Kerry and other Democrats claimed that Republicans has rigged the 2004 election in Ohio in 2004.

Then the plot thickened when recent Wikileaks release of emails indicate that allies of Hillary Clinton believe “the Obama forces” committed voter fraud in 2008!

The reality is that there is always voter fraud taking place. The majority of it is occurring by those Barack Obama’s own party, but he turns a blind eye to it.

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