Friday, June 21, 2024

Susan Rice Tells Students to ‘Call B.S. on Older People’

‘It is so important for you to call B.S. on older people who are perpetuating and exploiting these divisions…’

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Susan Rice/Photo by New America (CC)

(Ben Sellers, Liberty Headlines) The approaching election has brought out some frightening specters from the past.

Susan Rice–former national security adviser, U.N. ambassador, Benghazi spin doctor and domestic surveillance unmasker–acknowledged enough when she promised students at the University of Pennsylvania that she may return to haunt them.

“Look, if y’all don’t vote, I’m going to come up here and haunt every single one of you,” said Rice, according to the student newspaper, The Daily Pennsylvanian.

Rice currently is a visiting fellow at Penn, but her most prominent role since leaving the White House was joining the board of Netflix shortly before Barack and Michelle Obama inked a lucrative development deal with the streaming entertainment company.

Rice also told the Penn audience that it was time to stop listening to their elders and take charge. “It is so important for young people to be engaged, and it is so important for you to call B.S. on older people who are perpetuating and exploiting these divisions,” she said.

Her visit came on the heels of similar campaign style events over the past week featuring both Obamas and former Attorney General  Eric Holder, all promoting a similar “get out the vote” message with an “us versus them” subtext geared toward low-information voters.

At a recent rally in Las Vegas, Michelle Obama reminded voters that they could vote even if they “know nothing” about current events, and that they needed to be sure not to let “other people” run the democracy.

Her husband, meanwhile, trolled President Donald Trump by taking credit for the robust economy that has helped buoy the current chief executive.

Trump responded, in turn, by saying he fell asleep during Obama’s speech.

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