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Pastor Fires Back At Obama For Offensive Comments He Made About Evangelical Hispanic Voters

Last month, we reported that former President Barack Obama had launched a racist attack on evangelical hispanic voters who voted for Donald Trump. Now, a fed-up pastor is firing back at Obama to defend these hispanic voters.

“There are a lot of evangelical Hispanics who — the fact that Trump says racist things about Mexicans, or puts undocumented workers in cages — they think that’s less important than the fact that he supports their views on gay marriage or abortion,” Obama told The Breakfast Club.

Pastor Samuel Rodriguez, author of “From Survive To Thrive,” was not having any of it.

“Here’s my response. Wow. Just wow,” Rodriguez, author of “From Survive To Thrive,” the pastor said of Obama’s remarks. “I’m truly disappointed. I really am.”

“I don’t celebrate President Obama’s remarks. I admire President Obama as the first person of color to occupy Pennsylvania Avenue,” he added. “But boy, am I truly disappointed. The word disappointment is an understatement.”

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Hispanics aren’t the only group that Obama targeted for voting for Trump, as he went after black male Trump voters as well in a separate interview.

“If there are some in the hip-hop community who are constantly rapping about bling and depicting women in a certain way, and then they hear Donald Trump basically delivering the same version of it, they might say, ‘Yeah, that guy, that’s what I want. That’s what I want to be,’” Obama said in an interview with Peter Hamby, the host of Snapchat’s “Good Luck America.”

Obama went on to say that men are naturally drawn to the pop culture values of wealth, power, and greed.

“I think men generally are more susceptible to public figures who act tough, sort of a stereotypical macho style,” he said. “I don’t think Black men are immune to that any more than white or Hispanic men are.”

If a white person said anything like these remarks, he or she would be branded a racist and “cancelled” immediately. Since it was Obama, however, I guess he gets a free pass for “racism” in the eyes of the “woke” left.

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