Tucker Carlson On Obama’s 2007 Speech: Obama Put On ‘False Accent’ To ‘Pander’ To Black Audience (VIDEO)

Source: Alex Alvarez / Mediaite

Yesterday, as you’re likely aware, Drudge and Fox News teased the release of an “explosive” video. The video, from 2007, shows then-candidate Barack Obama asking why the Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act was waived for New York City post-9/11, but not for New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. “Tells me that, somehow, the people down in New Orleans, they don’t care about as much,” Obama had concluded.

  • Its so funny how the conservative media picks and chooses which story best fits the needs of the American people. This was from 2007..how is this even relevant today…of course on the day of the 1st debate…seriously these people break these stories to remain relevant and keep a job but in NO way does this show the American people anything about how these politicians can help us. Truly if this partisan bickering doesn’t cease you will see the further decline of the American dream.

  • Marvice

    Tucker, that’s just how we do! Black people are dimensional, we can adjust to any crowd regardless. Now what’s with that fake bow tie?