Word has it that Obama is the leader behind the resistance movement formed by Liberals. Although it is no secret that Obama dislikes Trump, he has lately kept himself from stating anything against Trump to the Media. However, the former President is known for craving attention and power, so he will surely break the silence soon.
After the private meeting with Billionaire magnate Warren Buffet, Obama visited Silicon Valley for another secret meeting with tech bosses, in his first visit to the Bay area since he left office in January. Sources said that Obama held a meeting with tech bosses at a Fairmont hotel in downtown San Jose. There are no public comments yet by the parties involved, however, one news account dubbed the meeting as part of “shadow presidency.”
“I would be surprised if he did not spend a significant amount of his post-presidency time and effort connecting the resources and ideas and capabilities that he has learned about in Silicon Valley with the kinds of causes that he will choose,” said Reid Hoffman, executive chairman and co-founder of LinkedIn.
Since the inauguration of our new President, President Trump, the former president has been reported to be at the very center of the efforts to sabotage the new administration. All arrows point to him, the problem is…none of them have pierced him yet.
Rush Limbaugh himself has accused Obama and the Democrats of “attempting to sabotage the Trump presidency and do everything they can to either render it meaningless and ineffective or to get him impeached or force him to resign.”
Then just last week, Rep. Mike Kelly added to that notion, when he questioned Obama’s motives for wanting to stay in Washington after his presidency.
“President Obama himself said he was going to stay in Washington until his daughter graduated. I think we ought to pitch in to let him go someplace else, because he is only there for one purpose and one purpose only, and that is to run a shadow government that is going to totally upset the new agenda. It just doesn’t make sense,” Kelly said last week.
The concern that is growing is that Silicon Valley does, in fact, appear to be an obvious place to organize a resistance. After all, it has already proven to be a stronghold of opposition to Trump’s temporary ban on immigration, and so the location has already been tried, tested, and passed with flying colors.