Gender bias, racism, class envy, immigration reform, crime, health care, and countless other opportunities await President-elect Donald Trump when he takes office as President of the United States. Current President Barack Obama is making a last ditch effort to protect his own legacy as the first black President meeting with members of Congress, but is it too little too late?

Obama, much like Trump, swept Hillary Clinton aside when he convinced voters he represented hope and change in 2008. Voters wanted things to change, they hoped things would change if a relatively unknown, inexperienced person took up residence in the Oval Office.

What they got was more of the same old partisan politics that Washington had come to be known for throughout the 80’s and 90’s.

The pawns of a global agenda

The poor and middle class were treated like pawns in a global game of chess where there was obviously no plan of action going in, but a plan of reaction coming out. Obama expected, or at least reacted like he expected special treatment as President because he was the first African-American to occupy the world’s most powerful position. Obama took pompous to an entirely new level during his time in office.

Law enforcement watched in dismay as time after time the message was one of sympathy for bad behavior rather than an uplifting message of trying to better yourself by being law-biding members of society.

Officers were targeted while cities burned in what seems to continually spiral into a world of self-serving, excuse-making justification for being part of the problem rather than part of the solution.

Forget Rome, American cities are burning

One by one Baltimore, Chicago, Ferguson, San Francisco, and many more cities experienced rioting, violence, discontent, and liberal justification as Obama stood by doing little to nothing to make things better.

Trayvon Martin could have been Obama 20 years earlier as stated by his own words, but at no time did Obama say that Martin could have help himself by avoiding the position he put himself in.

In 2008 we as a nation embraced hope and change, but nothing did change for the better. Instead we got a President who engaged in divide and conquer when it came to the masses.

Donald Trump like so many other Americans tired of the rhetoric coming from Obama. Trump won because he listened, learned, and reacted to the divided masses Obama created.

Trump in right time and place

Real change is coming to Washington now, and what you will see is liberals doing everything they can to create havoc as Trump tries to correct the failed policies of someone who put himself before the American people. Donald Trump has a daunting task ahead, but history will show he is the right person at the right time for America. History will also show Obama did to the Democratic Party what he intended to do to the Republican Party, destroy it. Obama had a chance to be special, he failed.