Obama announces Democrat Unity Fund to back Democrat presidential nominee

May 18, 2019 by Jerry McCormick

Everyone has been waiting for Obama to back a horse in the 2020 race to the White House, but he had other plans.

On Friday, the public finally heard from Obama, but his announcement was a new fund to back whatever candidate comes out of the fray of the Democrat primary.

The Unity Fund

Democrats are once again throwing the word “unity” around.

This time, though, it is in a fund created by the DNC to back whatever candidate ends up emerging from the primary race to face off against Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election.

The Democrat Unity Fund was announced by former President Barack Obama in an email sent out by the DNC to donors…

The Democrats on Twitter

Today with the help of @BarackObama, we launched the Democratic Unity Fund – a fund specifically dedicated to electing our party’s eventual nominee and winning up and down the ballot in 2020. Join him by making a contribution to this effort today: https://t.co/2gfmCzUkJj

Party or Country

Do not mistake the word “unity” in the fund for unity throughout the country. The focus of the new fund looks to unify its own party.

With the announcement of this fund, Democrats are hoping to avoid the problems they had last election with Bernie Sanders.

As you may recall, the entire party was rigged in favor of Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election.

We all found out after the fact the DNC had struck a deal with Hillary and never really had any intention of working with Bernie Sanders.

By announcing this fund now, they are making it very clear the party will work for any candidate that is facing off against Trump.

What the fund does not address, however, is how Democrats plan on fixing the divide they created in this country during the 2016 election. This is a divide that continues to this day.

Democrat Elizabeth Warren most recently accused Fox viewers of being racist hate mongers, so nation-wide “unity” does not appear to be anywhere on the radar for the 2020 Democrats.