MICHELLE OBAMA: HOAXING HIGHER VIA NETFLIX
Updated: Jul 15
Dinesh D'souza was not so lucky to survive unaffected for his movie about Obama that included some of Obama's Communist history. For a crime that nobody ever had served time for, in the history of the United States, donating more than $1,000 to an individual's campaign fund, Dinesh D'souza served a 9-month sentence. Much worse than ironic, it's sickening that somebody like Mr. D’souza served time for telling the truth when somebody like Obama essentially defrauded and raped the American nation as he constantly lied to the people. Mr. D’souza went to jail as Obama and his lovely wife made themselves $81 million richer from book deals and will make even more from Netflix to endorse pro-Communist movies.
Obama's Communist mentor and coach’s name was Frank Marshall Davis and, in the absence of his father, Davis quickly became the dominant male figure in the formative years from age 10 to age 18 in Hawaii. Obama had found the father figure he desperately needed. In his autobiography >Dreams From My Father>Obama suggested, by the number of times he mentioned Frank’s name and the strong emotions that he expressed about Frank, that Frank was the most important mentor in his life.
*HOAXING HIGHER THROUGH NETFLIX
Post-Presidency, the Obamas have a film production company called Higher Ground and will pimp Deep State Communist propaganda through cinema. “American Factory” is a story about a Chinese billionaire who hires American auto workers for an abandoned GM plant. Taking over GM was a dream of Obama’s mentor, Communist Frank Marshall Davis, and Obama achieved it. The problem is that the Chinese will often open a business in a foreign country and promise to hire local workers, but will end up with Chinese imported workers instead. A better title would have been “Chinese Factory: Taking Away Americans’ Jobs.”
The Obamas deal with Netflix is purported to be in the high eight figures, or north of $80 million. This puts the estimated net worth of the Obamas well over $200 million.