Grammy winning “artist” begs Obamas for forgiveness after showing maskless birthday party in online videos

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EDGARTOWN, MA- You’ve no doubt heard of the Ten Commandments. Little did you know liberals have an eleventh commandment…”Thou shalt not out the Obama’s as abject hypocrites.”

For some “artist” who most people have never heard of and who somehow won a Grammy named Erykah Badoula, she’s seeking forgiveness from “The One” for posting a video on social media showing Obama’s super-spreader event on Martha’s Vineyard last week.

According to BizPacReview, Badoula is seeking forgiveness from the Obamas, saying she was a “terrible guest” after she posted a video of St. Barack of Obama dancing the night away, maskless, with a bunch of other “beautiful people” at his birthday party held at the global climate change-ignoring waterfront Obama estate on the Vineyard.

Badoula posted videos, as well as still pictures capturing the event which showed Obama and his wife Michelle partying with hundreds of guests at the luau-themed birthday bash.

The guest list was pared down after Obama was slammed for holding the event in the midst of the do-called “Delta” variant of the coronavirus, which has caused political leaders to engage in more fear-mongering of the American people.

Badoula was among of leftist “entertainers” appearing at the Obama super-spreader, including Beyonce, Jay-Z, Tom Hanks, Oprah Winfrey, Bruce Springsteen and others.

While the invitation list was allegedly cut down from 500 to 200 ostensibly to mitigate the spread of the delta variant, there were no masks worn under the tent erected for the extravaganza, and there was certainly no social distancing.

In a tweet, Badoula said:

“Mr. and Mrs. Obama, Please forgive me 4 being ‘terrible guest’ at such a sacred event for your family. I was so inconsiderate, Thank you for all your love. What an example of  ‘how NOT’ to be…erica.” [emphasis added]

“Sacred event?”

A sacred event is a church service…a sacred event is a memorial for soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice…a sacred event is celebrating the birth of our Savior. A birthday party for an ego-maniacal, self-important narcissist? Hardly.

Badoula deleted the tweets after Obama received sharp criticism, especially from the right as to the clear hypocrisy of the event. Some however captured the tweets, including conservative talk show host Clay Travis:

“Here’s Obama dancing maskless with hundreds of his birthday party attendees last night. But remember, it’s not safe for your kids to go to school without wearing masks. All of this total and complete bullshit.”

After Obama received criticism for the size and scope of the event prior to it being held, a spokesman for Obama released the following statement:

“Due to the new spread of the delta variant over the past week, the president and Mrs. Obama have decided to significantly scale back the event to include only family and close friends,” the spokesperson announced ahead of the soiree. “President Obama is appreciative of others sending their birthday wishes from afar and looks forward to seeing people soon.”

After the super-spreader event, some 75 people have since tested positive for COVID-19 on Martha’s Vineyard, the highest such total since April.

Badoula was slammed across the board from both the right and left for the tweets, with those on the right using the hashtag #ObamaVariant, Breitbart reported.

“Every American, no matter party, should be outraged at this ‘let them eat cake’ moment, but instead, their simpleminded sycophants justify the blatant hypocrisy,” one Twitter user wrote.

Yet another said, “When will [CNN’s} Jim @Acosta report on the deadly #ObamaVariant?”

“White Privilege is being able to host a birthday bash packed with people for three days with no masks as you tell everyone else, they need to wear a mask. #ObamaVariant”

Someone tweeted to Badoula implying she had been asked to take down the video, which Badoula denied, saying it was the right thing to do.

Those on the left slammed Badoula for posting the video in the first place, acknowledging that they were basically more concerned about the optics of Obama being outed for the fraud that he is than the actual possibility of spreading the delta variant.

Yet another source leaked photos of the party as well. So-called “Birthday Bitch” performer Trap Beckham and his manager TJ Chapman also posted pictures of themselves and the other covid hypocrites whooping it up at the “oppressed” Obama’s $12 million Martha’s Vineyard mansion.

There were apparently “rules” in place, however despite what Badoula said, and Beckham and Chapman were forced to delete photos showing food, drinks and décor. They were also captured getting high at the party, the outlet reported.

Republicans slammed Obama’s hypocrisy over the event. Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), the third-ranking Republican in the House noted the hypocrisy displayed by Democrats.

“The liberal elites are laughing at us, attempting to sell this as a ‘scaled-back party,’” Stefanik said. “Democrats are imposing forced vaccine mandates, unscientific mask mandates, and are openly discussing lockdowns, while President Obama gathers with hundreds of maskless liberal elites who flew in on private jets with no vaccine requirement to attend.”

Republican Party consultant Ryan James Girdusky also called out the apparent hypocrisy of Democrats and Obama.

“It’s hypocrisy at its finest and shows they don’t believe what they are saying,” Girdusky said.

“The ruling class tells Americans they can’t see their grandparents while they release COVID positive migrants at the border, you need to conserve carbon while they fly private jets, defund the police while they hire private security, and you have to wear a mask indoors with your own children while they throw soirees with 600 millionaires.”

Some more criticism from the Twitterverse:

 

 

 

Always remember with liberal Democrats, there are two sets of rules…one set for the peasants, another for them. Never forget that.

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WASHINGTON, DC – Former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama praised George Floyd on the one year anniversary of his death, dismissing the months of violent protests and rioting that followed as “reasons to hope.”

Barack Obama wrote on his Twitter feed marking the anniversary on Tuesday:

“George Floyd was murdered one year ago today. Since then, hundreds more Americans have died in encounters with police—parents, sons, daughters, friends taken from us far too soon. But the last year has also given us reasons to hope.

“Today, more people in more places are seeing the world more clearly than they did a year ago. It’s a tribute to all those who decided that this time would be different—and that they, in their own ways, would help make it different.”

Despite the months of violence that has left hundreds of police officers injured and dead, the former Democratic President told his followers that it was time to take action:

“When injustice runs deep, progress takes time. But if we can turn words into action and action into meaningful reform, we will, in the words of James Baldwin, “cease fleeing from reality and begin to change it.”

Michelle Obama took to her Instagram account to post a video of George Floyd’s daughter, 7-year-old Gianna, and acknowledged that it has been a tragic year:

“It’s been a year since those horrifying 9 minutes and 29 seconds stole George Floyd’s life and shook up so many of us. And it’s easy, after everything that’s happened, to focus primarily on the pain and the grief, the past traumas that came rushing back, the protests, the difficulty of reliving it all during a trial. It’s been a lot—a heavy, exhausting year in so, so many ways.

“But today, I can’t help but think of this clip of George’s daughter, Gianna. This was not just a national tragedy, but a human one. This little girl lost her father.

And every time I watch this video, I see someone who loved her dad, who’s been forced to grow up a lot faster, and who probably had a lot of moments this past year that weren’t quite as joyful as this one.”

Then, rather than call for an end to the violence the country has seen in the names of “social justice,” she then veered into praise of people “marching, chanting, singing, dancing—and voting.”

She continued that the people should not “let up,” and should hold police and leaders accountable:

“This past year, we’ve seen so many young people out there marching, chanting, singing, dancing—and voting. It’s just a glimpse of their promise. And it offers such a powerful portrait of what’s to come.

“But their energy and conviction doesn’t absolve us of our own responsibility right now. No, we can’t let up for even a second. That means holding local leaders accountable, voting in new prosecutors and sheriffs if we have to, and speaking out about our own experiences of injustice and discrimination.

That’s how we make sure ‘Daddy changed the world’ isn’t a fleeting moment online, but a lasting change all across the country.”

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In the video post with Michelle Obama’s comments was a video of Gianna, sitting on a family member’s shoulders, smiling and saying “Daddy changed the world.” Michelle Obama said that George Floyd did change the world:

“And to Gianna, I am sending you and your family so much love and positive energy today. I know this can’t be an easy day for you all. But I want you to know that you were right—your daddy did change the world. And now it’s up to all of us to honor his memory and keep changing it for the better.”

The former First Lady shared a similar post on her Twitter page.

Although the full extent of the damage caused by the riots and violent protests since the death of George Floyd cannot yet be calculated, more than 2,000 law enforcement officers were injured in the first weeks of protests over the summer following the in-custody death of George Floyd, according to a report from the Major Cities Chiefs Association (MCCA).

During that period, there were 8,700 protests nationwide; 574 were declared riots with violence and other criminal acts. The violence was limited to 7% of protests, the report said.

The MCCA said in December upon releasing the statistics:

“The sheer volume of protests, combined with the level of civil disobedience and existence of some ultra-violent events, created an extraordinarily challenging environment for law enforcement agencies.”

At some gatherings nationwide there was looting, violent clashes between protesters and authorities, arson, murder and shootings. Around 72% of law enforcement agencies reported officers harmed during protests.

George Floyd was killed during an encounter with Minneapolis police on May 25, 2021. A cashier had reported to police that Floyd passed a counterfeit $20 bill.

Floyd died during a struggle with police. A video captured Floyd saying her could not breathe, as officers struggled with him. Former officer Derek Chauvin was shown with his knee pressing down on Floyd’s neck while being held down on the ground. Floyd died during the incident.

The former officer, Derek Chauvin, was convicted of second-degree murder, and three other officers are awaiting trial.

The medical examiner, Dr. Andrew Baker, testified in the trial that Floyd’s heart disease and drug use contributed to his death, but police officers’ restraint of his body and compression of his neck were the primary causes.

The illegal drugs Fentanyl and methamphetamine that were found in his system at the time of his death.

Chauvin faces up to 40 years in prison. His sentencing is tentatively scheduled for June 25.

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