G. McConway
July 7, 2023

Obama Makes Splash After Visit to White House

Barack Obama is back in the news again.

Joe has been floundering, so he made a move recently to get him some positive press by inviting his bracelet buddy Barack Obama to the White House for lunch and a little chat.

Obama took the opportunity to cash in and do a little self-promotion.

Back in the News

Last week, Obama commented on the Moore v. Harper case that was recently before the Supreme court regarding federal election laws.

He stated, "They rejected the fringe independent state legislature theory that threatened to upend our democracy and dismantle our system of checks and balances by giving state legislatures near-total control of federal election laws," reports the Washington Examiner.

Barry also made headlines for his lunch with Joe, reported The Hill, who has apparently been leaning on Obama for advice to try to save his failed presidency.

According to KJP, they are still best buds, as she stated, "They speak regularly. As we know, there was the debt limit situation that was occurring, and so I think it was important for us to read it out to let them know that President Obama and President Biden spoke.

"I know sometimes people ask when they speak, and we thought, because of the debt limit, because of the bipartisanship that we saw happening in the last couple of days, it was important to also lay out that President Obama and President Biden spoke."

Many people have suspected that Obama has been of the wizards behind the curtain in terms of pushing Joe in a certain direction, and that is surely the case here.

My question is what is Obama's endgame by pulling back the curtain here?

Is Barry feeling out Joe to see if he will step away to facilitate a run at the White House by Michelle Obama?

Remember, it is not a conspiracy theory if it is true!

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