Urgent Warning Issued Over ‘Malevolent Shadow President’ Behind Biden WH

OPINION:  This article contains commentary which may reflect the author’s opinion

Barack Obama, the previous president, is still in charge of the White House, according to a recent report.

Obama’s influence has surpassed that of President Joe Biden in certain areas, according to a research by Stephen Flurry of the Philadelphia Trumpet.

There are rumors that Obama deliberately has greater power than Biden.

The news outlet’s executive editor, Flurry, asserts that Obama might still be in charge.

In an article titled “The Biden-Obama Power Struggle Isn’t Real,” Flurry describes how Obama appears to be acting like a president in spite of his status, suggesting a kind of agreement.

According to the author, there isn’t the “power struggle” that the media likes to pretend there is. He clarifies that Obama is obviously superior to his previous vice president.

Obama is not content to be merely a former commander in chief; he is also making presidential gestures.

Flurry writes:

On March 18, he walked straight in the front door of No. 10 Downing Street, the residence and office of the prime minister of Britain, for a meeting with Rishi Sunak. Also visiting the leader of the opposition party, Obama portrayed it as a “courtesy visit.” The two said they discussed international affairs, artificial intelligence and a variety of other issues.

This, of course, is after radical Democrats, led by Obama and Joe Biden, targeted Gen. Michael Flynn for having discussions with foreign leaders when he was a private citizen. They used the obscure, never-enforced Logan Act as a way to target Flynn, even though he was the incoming national security advisor to President-elect Donald Trump at the time. Obama has no official office, current or impending.

But people are finally realizing that he is more powerful than any designee, appointee, prime minister or president-elect.

Not only is this an unprecedented approach, but Democrats specifically objected to it during the previous Republican government.

“Some news analysts believe that Biden’s insecurity indicates there is some sort of rivalry or power struggle between the former president and vice president,” Flurry writes.

“But this belief gives Biden too much credit.”

“He may not always like being dominated by Obama, but he is far too senile to put up any sort of fight,” the author added.

With so many “Obama administration alumni,” according to Flurry, the previous president would undoubtedly have power and influence in the Biden White House.

Obama, of course, left office after serving out his second term in 2017.

But even with the current president around, he clearly enjoys the same level of respect and admiration from Democrats as he always did.

In 2022, Obama captivated the audience at a White House celebration honoring the Affordable Care Act’s enactment.

Biden hovered around him, lost and despondent, as he was mingling and shaking hands with a number of the guests.

Obama appears to have Biden exactly where he wants him if he continues to exert this kind of influence despite having no official role within the administration.

Obama outlined this precise situation in an interview with Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” in November 2020, according to Deadline.

“I used to say if I can make an arrangement where I had a stand-in or front-man or front-woman, and they had an earpiece in and I was just in my basement in my sweats looking through the stuff, and I could sort of deliver the lines while someone was doing all the talking and ceremony, I’d be fine with that because I found the work fascinating,” Obama said.

A potential that thrilled the president with a limited term.

“Even on my worst days, I found puzzling out these big complicated, difficult issues, especially if you were working with some great people, to be especially professionally, really satisfying,” Obama said.

Even if there isn’t any concrete proof that this is the case, Flurry is forthright in his assessment of the situation.

“People have to realize that America’s nation-destroying problems are not the mistakes of a senile president,” Flurry concluded.

“They are the successes of a malevolent shadow president.”

Regardless of whether Obama and Biden have a formal agreement, the current president is undoubtedly imitating him in terms of governing.

Obama started the globalist goal to destroy America, but Biden is doing a fantastic job carrying it out.


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