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Now Obama doesn’t know where he is either

The supposedly erudite constitutional scholar got things mixed up in Scotland while making the world feel guilty for using cheap energy. Must be hanging out with Joe Biden again.

According to the Washington Times:

Former President Barack Obama called on world leaders to save the planet, but he couldn’t quite identify which country he was in.

Mr. Obama’s speech Monday at the COP26 climate-change summit is being mocked for his reference to host Scotland as part of the “Emerald Isles,” which is a nickname for Ireland.

“Since we’re in the Emerald Isles here let me quote the Bard, William Shakespeare,” Mr. Obama said . . .

Shakespeare is considered the bard of England — yet another country. Scotland’s bard is poet Robert Burns.

Of course, the main message here is that Barack Obama knows Shakespeare, which kind of gets lost amid the errors.

2 thoughts on “Now Obama doesn’t know where he is either”

  1. Obama is fake. Period. We were all taken in my this con man who speaks in platitudes. Clint Eastwood was right, Obama’s an empty chair.

    I’ll never forget Ryan Lizza’s New Yorker profile of Obama written prior to the presidential election of 2008. It was a surprisingly transparent, revealing piece of journalism. In the article, Lizza just basically reviewed Obama’s political journey in Chicago. Maybe inadvertently, the profile revealed Obama as a manipulative and cut-throat politician with a velvet platitudinal front — a front he maintains to this day.

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