Black Radio Talk Show Host Goes Off in Epic Rant About Obama’s Legacy

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Radio talk show host and black conservative James T. Harris turned loose in a live video rant about President Obama’s legacy last week that has now been viewed over 10 million times.

The rant was in reaction to Obama’s speech Saturday evening, September 17, at the Congressional Black Caucus gala.  In that speech, Obama urged all black voters to get out and vote to stop Donald Trump, and said it would be a “personal insult to his legacy” if black voters didn’t turn out to vote for Hillary Clinton.

Harris’ rant was filmed on Monday, September 19.  He pointed out that there had been 3 terrorist attacks in the U.S. over the weekend.   He said if you want to talk about legacy, “I think Obama’s legacy is going to be calling ISIS the “JV Team… the very JV Team that has brought the war to our soil.   Under President Obama, we’ve seen more police officers be assassinated, under the banner of the New Black Panthers.   We’ve seen the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement.   We’ve seen race relations go even 100 years backwards under this president!”

Harris said Obama’s legacy is going to be being the worst president ever.

He said it’s amazing that the “very people who hold up Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. operate 180 degrees against what he believed, and then they want to act like that’s progress.”

The full video is a MUST-SEE.  In one week it has amassed over 10 million views and over 70,000 comments, a testament to how Harris’ message has resonated with the American people.

 

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