Obama Uses ‘Black Accent’ In Speech To African American Audience


May 19, 2015 11:49am PST

Obama’s voice has a tendency to change depending on who he is speaking to.

In a recent speech given to a predominantly black audience, Obama used the stereotypically black colloquialism “ax” instead of the word “ask.”

“If we politicians are simply ramping up long sentences for nonviolent drug crimes that end up devastating communities, we can’t then ax the police to be the ones to solve the problem, when there are no able-bodied men in the community.” the president said.

In fact, video evidence proves that Obama has a long history of adopting various accents which appear to depend on the audience he is speaking to.

Obama has historically blamed his shifty accent on his unique upbringing.

“My father was from Kenya so I’ve got an Arab-sounding name, and I think most people know that I was raised by my mom who was from Kansas, which is why I’ve got a Kansas-sounding accent,” he once said, according to Infowars.

Ann Coulter, however, disagrees, saying that Obama is “such a fraud.”

“He grew up in a ‘Beverly Hills, 90210′ existence, but he’s just desperate to have this angry, black persona,” she added. “You know, he graduated from this fancy, fancy school in Hawaii, voted recently the greenest school in America. And yet, when he wants to, he just turns it on and suddenly we’ve got Malcolm X speaking to us.”

“It’s all an act,” Coulter concluded. “It’s like his 70 percent of Twitter followers being fake. The whole thing is just smoke and mirrors.”

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