Valerie Jarrett : The Poison Pill Of Obamanomics

Valerie Jarrett : The poison pill of Obamanomics. It’s scary to think just how much power she wields with the shadowy fraud in the White House.

They first met in Chicago in the early 1990s during her stint as deputy chief of staff to the second Mayor Daley. Jarrett had previously met a young lawyer named Michelle Robinson, who worked for the firm Sidley Austin. They hit it off famously, and then Michelle told Jarrett she should meet another young lawyer named Barack Obama, her fiancé. They agreed, and the rest is history.

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By the way, David Remnick, a top Obama biographer, reported that Valerie said of that meeting: “Barack felt extraordinarily familiar.” How so? She said that she and Barack “shared a view of where the United States fit in the world.” As David Remnick translates, this was a more “objective” view of an America that was not “the center of all wisdom and experience.” This was not an exceptional America. Of course it wasn’t. What eventually emerged over the following years was Valerie Jarrett : The poison pill of Obamanomics.

Jamie Glazov and Dr. Paul Kengor enlighten us …

Valerie Jarrett is President Obama’s single most important and influential adviser. No one else in the White or the entire administration is as close to Obama. She has been described as everything from his “right-hand woman” to like a sister and even a mother to Obama. To cite some mainstream/leftist sources: The New York Times says she’s Obama’s “closest friend in the White House,” his “envoy,” his “emissary,” and his “all-purpose ambassador.” The Times calls her the “ultimate Obama insider.” Dana Milbank says her connection to Obama is “deep and personal” and that she’s “the real center of Obama’s inner circle.”

Obama himself calls her one of his “oldest friends” and says “I trust her completely.”

As for Jarrett, she says that she and Obama have a “shared view of where the United States fits in the world.” She says they “have kind of a mind meld.” She’s says that “chances are, what he wants to do is what I’d want to do.”

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