(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Former President Barack Obama and his two daughters went out to dinner over the weekend at an expensive Los Angeles sushi restaurant, parking in a handicapped spot for nearly two hours while they dined, the Daily Mail reported.
Obama and his Secret Service entourage, minus Michelle, took a cross-country flight, renting a gas-guzzling SUV to transport themselves around Los Angeles, ending up at Hamasaku sushi restaurant.
Privileged Obamas Park illegally in Handicapped Spot for Two Hours While Dining at Trendy Sushi Restaurant in Los Angeles 🤔— UltraMAGA 🇺🇸 (@UltraMAGAForce) September 26, 2022
Notice Obama's lack of diversity. All of his Secret Service agents are black. Obama apparently doesn't trust white, yellow, or brown people to protect him pic.twitter.com/0ch2acnkWC
He stepped out with his two daughters, Malia and Sasha, who remained in the restaurant after their father’s departure. Both daughters currently live in L.A. and are pursuing careers in the entertainment industry.
Obama has spent years lecturing the American public about making sacrifices to slow climate change, yet he appears uninterested in making any sacrifices himself.
Instead of renting a hybrid car or walking a few extra yards to a parking space like a normal person, he demanded the closest possible spot for his full-size SUV, even at the expense of the disabled.
Michelle Obama did not join the rest of the family because she was busy in Seneca Falls, N.Y., being inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame, which declared the former first lady “one of the most influential and iconic women of the 21st century” and “a strong advocate for women and girls.”
Of course, the double-standards for former presidents abound these days.
As former President Donald Trump is attacked and undermined at every possible turn, Obama has taken major advantage of the golden parachute given to him while still maintaining major political influence.
For example, Obama allegedly took with him after leaving office millions of documents, many of which were classified, and stored them in a previously abandoned Chicago-area warehouse.