Barbara Walters’ Messiah

Barbara Walters, when asked by CNN’s Piers Morgan why she didn’t put president Obama on her “Most Fascinating People of 2013” list, revealed buyer’s remorse by answering: “We thought that he was going to be – I shouldn’t say this at Christmastime, but – the next messiah, and the whole Obamacare, or whatever you want to call it, the Affordable Health Act, it just hasn’t worked for him, and he’s stumbled around on it, and people feel very disappointed because they expected more.”

This admission from Walters of religious-like adoration for Obama shatters any remaining illusion one may have had that she is, or was, an objective journalist. Stating that “we thought…” displays her left tilt and believing Obama was going to be “the next messiah” places her firmly in the far-left camp where unconditional adoration is the norm.

Walters caught herself violating talking points and tried to backtrack on using the now-shunned label “Obamacare” by saying “or whatever you want to call it”, but you could see her heart wasn’t in it. Her idealistic idol has fallen and her disappointment could not be contained. It took a long time, five years, for her to finally realize Obama is not a messiah.

It is interesting to note that Walters expressed disappointment that Obamacare “hasn’t worked for Him” rather than because it isn’t working for the country. This is political, religious, and idealistic adoration based on…well…nothing more than a dream. Obama talked a good game, failed to deliver, and she thinks it’s a shame HE is feeling the failure. It would be laughable if the damage to the country wasn’t so serious.

One may give Walters some credit for at least admitting disappointment, but she couldn’t get herself to say Obama failed. Instead, she said he “stumbled around on it” as if this, Obamacare, is just a small bump in an otherwise smooth road. Her choice of Hillary as not only the most fascinating person of 2013, but the most fascinating person of the last 20 years, proves she is already invested in a new messiah, so Obama will now be downgraded in her mind to just a prophet. Who says the left shuns religion?

David J. Hentosh


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One Response to “Barbara Walters’ Messiah”

  1. Bruce Says:

    Hilary stood in front of a mother, with her dead son in a coffin beside her, and said “we will get the man who made the video that caused your sons’ death”. The world knows that was a lie.
    Hilary is not a messiah, she is more like the devil.


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