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As you probably know, Barack and Michelle Obama are venturing into the movie industry. However, they’re not aiming to become the next Spielberg, entertaining us with blockbuster movies. Their objectives are political in nature. They intend to leverage their influence and prestige to promote the progressive agenda and anti-white narratives. And right now, their new movie is accomplishing exactly that. However, this shouldn’t be shocking to anyone, considering that Barry Soetoro was the most divisive and contentious president this country has ever seen.

A twelve-year-old article published in 2012 by the Washington Post sheds light on how divisive and polarizing Barry truly was. What makes it credible is that it was published prior to the Trump era, before the media shifted into full-blown “propaganda mode,” abandoning all facts and truth in favor of this convoluted joint mission to destroy President Trump, no matter the cost.

The Washington Post:

For 2011, Obama’s third year in office, an average of 80 percent of Democrats approved of the job he was doing in Gallup tracking polls, as compared to 12 percent of Republicans who felt the same way. That’s a 68-point partisan gap, the highest for any president’s third year in office — ever. (The previous high was George W. Bush in 2007, when he had a 59 percent difference in job approval ratings.)

In 2010, the partisan gap between how Obama was viewed by Democrats versus Republicans stood at 68 percent; in 2009, it was 65 percent. Both were the highest marks ever for a president’s second and first years in office, respectively.

What do those numbers tell us? Put simply: that the country is hardening along more and more strict partisan lines.

While it’s easy to look at the numbers cited above and conclude that Obama has failed at his mission of bringing the country together, a deeper dig into the numbers in the Gallup poll suggests that the idea of erasing the partisan gap is simply impossible, as political polarization is rising rapidly.

There’s no doubt that Obama was a divisive, catastrophic president. Race relations were in a disastrous state during his time in office. It marked the beginning of the “great racial divide” in America, which is ironic considering he promised to unite us all and calm the rising seas. Unfortunately, that promise fell way short.

Now, during what some call Obama’s “third term,” the situation has only worsened. The nation is on the brink of collapse due to rising crime rates, political polarization, a horrific racial divide that has led to attacks and demonization of white Americans, a struggling economy, and the constant threat of international war. All in all, Obama’s “third term” is proving to be the most dangerous yet, and he’s about to conclude it with another contentious move—he and Michelle’s latest movie titled “Leave the World Behind.” It’s an apocalyptic film that issues a warning about “white people” in the event of a global catastrophe.

How unifying…

The most unfortunate event in America’s history was embracing the globalist traitor known as Barry. As for his movie, it’s a mystery why it has gained such popularity—perhaps it’s due to manufactured hype. After all, the majority of reviews we’ve come across describe it as dull, lengthy, and clumsy. Well, it appears that if you haven’t already canceled Netflix, now might be an opportune moment to consider doing so.