Team Obama Scrubs YouTube of His Racist Rant Against Whitey

Team Obama Makes Obama’s Racist Rant Disappear…

After all of the “smears” against Barack Obama, like– his church preaches filth, his pastor is anti-American, his church newsletter is pro-Hamas, his close friends are terrorists, etc. -the Obama team created the “Smear versus Truth” webpage.

Here is one topic from that webpage:

The Obama team says:


Obama’s Books Contain Racially Incendiary Remarks
A recent email forward allegedly quotes passages from Senator Obama’s books related to race and religion. The majority of these are alterations, deliberate manipulations, and in one case, an outright fabrication of Obama’s words.

The Truth:

Book Quotes are Truncated and Out of Context
Spread the Word

Obviously, this line from his book, The Audacity of Hope, trashing whitey does not count as an “incendiary remark”:

“White folks greed run a world in need.”

This was a line so powerful that it inspired Barack Obama to name his first book after the nutty Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s sermon.

YouTube had the audio clip posted of Barack Obama reading this line from his book.
Unfortunately, someone scrubbed the clip from YouTube.
It was too “incendiary” for YouTube but not incendiary enough to be mentioned on the “Smear vs. Truth” website.
It’s amazing how that works.

How did this Democrat who belonged to a racist church for 20 years ever get nominated?

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