Constitutional Scholar Barack Obama Confuses Declaration of Independence with the Constitution

Remember when Barack Obama was president? How often did we hear that he was a professor at Chicago University on constitutional law and that he was a constitutional scholar More than I care to remember?

But the truth is he could not be a professor because in order to be a professor there, you had to have had articles published on the subject you were going to teach. He was only a guest lecturer. When he was at Harvard Law, where he set a record that will never be broken.

He is the only editor of the Harvard Review to never be published in the 202 years of its history.

From The Gateway Pundit

Failed President Barack Obama continued to prove his hatred for America and his ignorance of history in his latest speech in Brazil.

Obama spoke at the VTEXDAY 2019 Conference on Friday.

Once again Barack Obama proves he knows nothing about US history and exposes his deep hatred for America.

The quote he uses as evidence is from the Declaration of Independence — NOT the US Constitution

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Obama said: You know Brazil just thinks the United States was founded on inequality and we have to admit that even though the United States has a Constitution that says, ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal,’ At that time not only were blacks excluded, but women were excluded, and people who didn’t own property were excluded.

Obama commented on his understanding of the founding of the United States during the VTEXDAY 2019 conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil on Wednesday.

Obama said that the Constitution gave America the means of inclusion through Democracy.

“The more people we included, the more successful we became,” he said.

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