Former United States President Barack Obama, who is currently writing a book with his wife, Michelle, and his wife, in a sudden fuzzy change of heart, has launched an unprecedented attack on a White House man these days, accusing him of escaping responsibility for the coronavirus. The first black president of the United States, without naming Trump, said that some people claim that they are doing the right thing, but in practice, it has been proven that they do not know what they are doing at all.
Obama’s violent attack on a White House resident
At the Spring Ceremony, Barack Obama called on millions of college and high school students this year to take the initiative and hold the country’s leaders accountable for taking the wrong path in dealing with the coronavirus, according to the New York Times.
The speech, which was broadcast hours later, provided inspiring advice to graduates, urging them to build a community, do the right thing, and take the lead in the country. He also criticized the US president for his poor management, without naming him.
Obama, the former president of the United States, made the remarks during a speech to participants in two graduation virtual celebrations, including high school students and students who stayed at home instead of attending the party. These graduation celebrations are traditionally held every spring in the United States.
Addressing graduates of several universities and some colleges that have traditionally belonged to blacks, Obama said: “More than anything, this pandemic has fully, finally torn back the curtain on the idea that so many of the folks in charge know what they’re doing,” He continued: “A lot of them aren’t even pretending to be in charge.”
After his speech at the first ceremony, Obama raised similar issues at another ceremony for high school students, urging students to step forward wherever their country’s leaders fail.
“If the world’s going to get better, it’s going to be up to you,” he said. “Doing what feels good, what’s convenient, what’s easy — that’s how little kids think,” Obama said. Unfortunately, a large number of so-called adults in our country, including those with attractive titles and important jobs, still have this way of thinking, and that is why the situation is so bad. ” instead, you decide to ground yourself in values that last, like honesty, hard work, responsibility, fairness, generosity, respect for others,” the former president said.
The ceremony was broadcast on all major American television networks, during which lectures and performances by famous students and celebrities, including LeBron James, the star of the American Basketball League and music singers, were broadcast. In a similar statement to Obama, James called on students to “stay-at-home” and help rebuild communities affected by the virus outbreak and the shutdown. This year’s graduates of American universities and schools are facing a sad reality, the record-breaking unemployment rate in the United States due to the Corona outbreak crisis. This is the second time in a week that Obama has attacked the current administration’s response to the Corona crisis. In the three years since he stepped down as president, he has largely avoided public criticism of Trump, although he himself has been repeatedly attacked by Trump. Obama has so far tried not to get into an argument. A few days ago, Obama’s remarks were leaked to the media in an online interview, in which he described the Trump administration’s response to the Coronavirus outbreak as an “anemic and spotty”.
Addressing the Virtual Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, Obama noted how the current public health crisis in the United States has exacerbated racial inequality in the United States. “A disease like this reveals the fundamental inequalities and double pressures that our country’s black communities have historically dealt with,” Obama said.
inequalities and extra burdens that black communities have historically had to deal with in this country.
“just as we see it when a black man goes for a jog, and some folks feel like they can stop and question and shoot him if he doesn’t submit to their questioning,”.
“An injustice like this is nothing new, what’s new is that many of your peers have realized that the status quo needs to be restored and the old ways of doing things are no longer effective,” Obama said.
“A leadership void had created a clear mandate for the graduates,” he said. According to Barack Obama, the pandemic has acted like a “wake-up call.” He says the old ways of working are no longer the same.
Obama has spoken little about the spread of the disease in the United States, but each time his razor blade has been directed at the White House. His recent remarks focused on the polarized US community, which has worsened since Donald Trump took office. That’s why the former US president called on the people to pay more attention to values such as health, democracy, environmental justice, and the economy during the election year.
Critical but sharp criticism of Obama’s White House has come after Trump’s poor management of the Coronavirus. Last week, he called Trump’s reaction very reluctant. The same criticism, however, forced Trump to change the scene. Trump recently used the word “Obama” to accuse the former president of plotting against his government. He repeatedly claimed on Twitter and on television that Obama had been behind the spying on his campaign. However, it seems that the conflict between the two presidents has entered a more serious phase while the presidential elections are being held in the next five months.
In this regard, it should be noted that Barack Obama is scheduled to give another online speech on June 6. The program, which will be broadcast on YouTube, will also feature Michelle Obama. When Barack Obama was president, he gave three historic lectures at three historically black schools, Hampton University, Howard University, and Morehouse College, and has a very good relationship with the black university community.
During his eight years as president, he increased the budgets of these universities and made the financial aid programs more generous. He called the black university community a great heir to American traditions and believed that these changes were necessary for them.
Obama said: “Whether you realize it or not, you’ve got more road maps, more role models, and more resources than the Civil Rights generation did,” he said. “You’ve got more tools, technology, and talents than my generation did. No generation has been better positioned to be warriors for justice and remake the world.”