Obama Interrupted by Protester at Campaign Rally in Arizona for Supporting Katie Hobbs Who Has History of Discriminating Against Black People (VIDEO)

Investigative reporter and TPUSA host Drew Hernandez interrupted Barack Obama while he was speaking at a campaign rally in Arizona over her support of Katie Hobbs, who has a proven record of blatant discrimination against African-American people.

On Wednesday, Barack Obama led a rally at Cesar Chavez High School in Phoenix, Arizona for Democrat candidate Katie Hobbs and others. His visit took place six days before the election, at a time when polls continue to indicate that Republican Kari Lake is leading Democrat Secretary of State Katie Hobbs in Arizona’s gubernatorial race.

The former president was in the middle of his speech when he made the following statement, “An economy that’s very good for folks at the very top, but not always so good for ordinary people…” Hernandez then shouted, “Like you Obama! Why do you support Katie Hobbs?”

Drew Hernandez accused Katie Hobbs of engaging in discriminatory behavior toward black people.

“Wait, wait, hold up, hold on,” Obama shouted back. “You have to be polite and civil when people are talking, and then you get a chance to talk.”

“Set up your own rally. A lot of people worked hard for this,” Obama continued.

“Democrat supporters unleashed screaming in my face and deported me from the rally,” Drew Hernandez said.

Watch the video below:

Last week, Barack Obama got heckled in Detroit during his rally.

Protesters screamed at Obama over the pro-war policies of the Democrat Party.

At least two anti-war protesters interrupted Barack in Detroit.

The warmongers started chanting, “Obama!” to drown them out.

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