From the moment that Barack Obama was elected president in 2008, Republicans put into action a plan to fight him on everything from the inside in Congress while the Religious Right mobilized itself as a “resistance movement” that would wage the battle on every front from the outside.
But on his radio show today, Glenn Beck blamed President Obama for failing to bring the country together during his time in office, calling his presidency “the biggest missed opportunity in all of American history.”
Beck, who mere months into Obama’s presidency was calling him a racist who “has a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture,” said that Obama is entirely to blame for not solving the problem of race relations in this nation.
“Barack Obama, when he was elected, was a miss of the greatest opportunity any president has ever had,” Beck said. “If Barack Obama would have been a uniter, not a divider and would have been a healer of race relations, we would have taken off in a completely different direction and we would have had a whole new American century in front of us. It would have been the greatest thing to ever happen. I think it will go down as the biggest missed opportunity in all of America history.”