“Right now, the biggest fuel behind the Republican agenda is related to immigration and the fear that somehow America’s character is going to be changed if, people of darker shades, there are too many of them here,” the former President said, reprimanding the American people for not hating themselves.
He also condemned the Right-wing media for not being inclusive enough and forgetting that diversity is our strength.
“I wish I could be more euphemistic about it except [they’re] not that subtle about it — they’re just kind of saying it,” Obama said.
“You hear it on hard-right media, you hear it from candidates and politicians, you hear things like ‘great replacement theory’ — I mean, this is not subtle. Unless we’re able to return to a more inclusive vision inside the Republican Party, it’s going to be hard to get a bill done.”
Obama was the first president to blatantly override the will of the American people, expressed through Congress, on the immigration question, implementing his Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals scheme via executive order in 2012, expanding the program in 2014.
DACA serves primarily to allow illegals to remain in America for an indefinite period of time while Democrats sort out how to make them permanent citizens.
At that time Obama also cited American racism as a reason for opening up the nation’s borders.
Despite all that he has done for leftist immigration policies, those on the far Left despise him for deporting too many illegals during his tenure, thus making Obama a racist as well.