Candace Owens accuses Obama of "hating America" ​​and says he has "turned his back on the country".

Candace Owens beat up Barack Obama Thursday night, accused him of turning his back on the country, and declaring that he was the only President to ever come out of the White House to "hate America".

The author told Fox News' Sean Hannity that Obama's recent comments on the Republican Party and racism in the United States were "absolutely despicable" as white Americans voted him into office.

She also accused him of disrespecting those who voted for him and "literally gave him everything he has".

Owens met the Democratic Party in general when it accused them of viewing black voters as a "means to an end" and said the Obama presidency did nothing to help black people because the party wanted them to be one "permanent voting block" are & # 39 ;.

The activist responded to a question in which Obama, in his forthcoming treatise "A Promised Land," claimed that Republicans were xenophobic and paranoid.

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Candace Owens accused Barack Obama of "hating America" ​​on Fox Thursday night

Owens accused the depicted Obama of having turned his back on the country

Owens accused the pictured Obama of having turned his back on the country

Obama claimed Trump received the boost he needed to win the presidency because racist tensions increased from a black man in the White House.

He also claimed that the president had "delegitimized" democracy and put the country on a "dangerous path" in an interview published on Thursday with "60 Minuten".

"The language he uses, the rhetoric that comes out of the mouth of the former Barack Obama, is utterly despicable in my opinion," said Owens Hannity of the book's allegations about Republicans.

& # 39; This is a man who ran on the American Dream. Everyone remembers where they were the night Barack Obama won. There was a kinetic energy on the ground that felt like we'd finally arrived at a place in this land where we could put the past on top of the past.

& # 39; He was walking in this picture. He didn't run in the race, he didn't disparage half of the Americans, ”she added.

Owens went on to say that the United States is a white-majority country and that "Barack Obama became the President of the United States because white Americans supported him".

"Instead of sowing unity, instead of showing respect for this country that literally gave him everything he had, he turned his back on the country and said, look at this despicable country, it's broken," she snorted.

Outgoing President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump arrive at the Capitol for the inauguration of Trump in 2017

Outgoing President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump arrive in 2017 for the inauguration of Trump at the Capitol

"He's the first President to ever sit in the White House and come out of the White House to hate America, and I believe that in Barack Obama today."

Hannity also asked Owens why more black voters turned to Trump in the 2020 election, which resulted in a devastating Democratic Party goodbye.

"I'll tell you why," Owens responded to Hannity's claim to increase the odds for black Americans under Trump.

“Democrats look at black voters and see them as a means to an end. They never want to fix the problems that are going on in black America because they want them to be a permanent voting bloc, and that's just the truth.

"And what is remarkable for me is that they cannot see and evaluate things as they are."

She claimed Trump had been labeled as racist more than "anyone else who has ever lived on the planet", but he still managed to increase his black voters this year.

& # 39; His numbers have increased. Do you think they could have the humility to pause for a second and say you know what? Maybe it's not because every single person in America is racist, maybe it's not because 73 million people in America are racist, ”she quipped.

"Maybe it's because we're doing something wrong," she said of the Democrats.

"Something is happening and people stand behind Donald J. Trump because he is an effective and good leader who is telling the truth and is not based on identity politics."

According to early voting data compiled by NBC, Trump has taken in 20 percent of black male voters – a two percent increase from 2016.

While 80 percent voted for Joe Biden, that number was down from 82 percent for Hillary Clinton and 95 percent for Obama.

More than half – 52 percent – of black men who identified themselves as ideologically conservative voted for the president, and one in three black men living in the Midwest also voted for him.

A vocal critic of the election results, Owens insists that Trump is the winner despite Joe Biden being named president-elect.

She posted the same false claims of election fraud as Donald Trump did on her social media accounts.

Owens was a vocal critic of the election result, believing Trump was the winner. She makes the same unfounded claims of election fraud on her social media account as Trump

Owens was a vocal critic of the election result, believing Trump was the winner. She makes the same unfounded claims of election fraud on her social media account as Trump

Owens on Hannity was joined by civil rights attorney Leo Terrell on Thursday evening, who accused Obama of blaming racism for the failure of his presidency.

"Let's look at what he's been doing for eight years: Black Lives Matter came into being, black-on-black crime has increased, black poverty rate has increased," he said.

“This is a man who is now using racism as the basis for his failure and playing the racing card. He's right about one thing, Donald Trump came up because Donald Trump asked black Americans what they have to lose. You had just been Barack Obama for eight years, nothing happened ..

Terrell added that Trump won more black votes for "not playing the racing card".

"A Promised Land" will be released on November 17th

"You see the performance," he said of Trump black supporters, "and in those four years of Donald J. Trump he has been doing Obama and Biden for more than eight years, and that's what frustrates Barack Obama." So he has to go to the race card. & # 39;

Terrell and Owens' comments came after extracts from Obama's upcoming memoir were revealed earlier Thursday in which he talks about racial relations in the United States.

In the 768-page volume, released Nov. 17, Obama reflects on his political career but exposes the personal by admitting that life in the White House increased his smoking habit and created tension in his marriage.

"It was as if my presence in the White House had triggered a deep-seated panic, a feeling that the natural order had been disrupted," writes Obama in the book received by CNN.

Donald Trump, he claims, sensed the mood in the country and used it to win the White House in the 2016 election.

“This is exactly what Donald Trump understood when he started making claims that I was not born in the United States and was therefore an illegitimate president. For millions of Americans who were terrified by a black man in the White House, he promised an elixir for their racial fear, ”he writes.

Obama, pictured with Trump, believes the president is unable to admit defeat

Obama, pictured with Trump, believes the president is unable to admit defeat

Also released on Thursday was a clip of Obama's first television interview since the election, in which he spoke to CBS & # 39; & # 39; 60 Minutes & # 39; & # 39; announced that he believes the land is on a & # 39; 'dangerous path' is when he attacked Republican Party members for being with Trump on his electoral fraud claims.

He claimed they were due to Trump being unable to admit defeat, but he was more concerned that certain members of the GOP were along with him in the allegations.

"They seem partially motivated because the president doesn't like to lose and never admits losses," Obama said in a clip from the interview CBS released Thursday night.

"I'm more concerned that other Republican officials who clearly know better are joining in and humouring him in that way," added Obama.

& # 39; It's another step to delegitimize not just the new Biden government, but democracy in general. And that's a dangerous way. & # 39;

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