BOOK: Obama Says Tea Party Were “Racist MotherF-ers”

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President Obama called members of the Tea Party “racist motherfu**ers,” according to the forthcoming book, “Battle For the Soul: Inside the Democrats’ Campaign to Defeat Trump.”

Obama, a professional race agitator and community organizer, reported made the comments after a 2017 Obama Foundation holiday party in Chicago, author and Atlantic journalist Edward-Isaac Dovere wrote.

Dovere writes that the remark came when his staff asked how it felt “to be made out as an anticapitalist by the Republicans,” despite the fact that he had previously worked with big banks and corporate leaders.

“Obama gave a long, reasoned answer,” Dovere writes in the book, as reported by Business Insider. “As for the Tea Party, Obama said, well, they were ‘racist motherf—ers.’ “

The Tea Party movement sprouted up in 2009 and was at the time focused on undoing Obamacare and enacting conservative fiscal policies, People magazine reported.

The book also quotes Obama referring to Trump as a “f—ing lunatic” and saying the right-wing Tea Party movement was comprised of “racist motherf—ers.”

“Barack Hussein is an evil man who made good on his promise to fundamentally transform the United States and set us on a disastrous path toward socialism,” said nationally syndicated radio host Todd Starnes. “The cold hard reality is that this man hated America. He hated our founding documents. And he hated the idea that America was truly the most exceptional nation on the planet.”

Starnes exposed Obama’s plans to destroy religious liberty and traditional American values in his best-selling book, “Culture Jihad: How to Stop the Left From Killing a Nation.” Click here to read.

“Barack Hussein Obama has proven to be a vulgar racist and culture jihadist — hell-bent on fundamentally transforming our nation,” Starnes said.