Obama’s Massive Birthday Party Concludes With Fireworks Reading ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe’

Obama’s intimate birthday party of 700 of his closest friends concluded with a stunning fireworks display, with the grand finale spelling out “STAY HOME, STAY SAFE” in the sky for all to see.

After a 15-minute fireworks display, with custom fireworks designed to look like different things such as a dragon, Obama’s face, and a Predator drone, the words burst onto the night sky above the crowd of 700. There wasn’t a dry eye in the place, according to witnesses.

“A powerful message showing the Obamas’ commitment to public health,” said one CNN anchor, wiping tears from xer eyes. “When people see this, they’ll know that they really care about each and every one of us.”

Many questioned whether the Obamas were really concerned about the pandemic given their packed birthday party plans, but now, it’s clear to all of us that he has our best interests in mind.

Thanks, Obama!

Source: The Babylon Bee

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ken
ken
2 months ago

The Bee will beat the Beast. (lol)

GMC
GMC
2 months ago

” WE now have the Right to use Propaganda Against the Citizens of the US ” B Obama -signed into law in 2013. Well, the MSM would never really express it this way , they just stated that Radio Free America and Europe will be broadening its borders to the North American continent, but this government programming and propaganda , is what actually happened. Obama was a Snake and so are his 700 cheerleaders.

yuri
yuri
2 months ago

“Obama’s job is to lie to a nation of liars”. Kiese Laymon

NGg
NGg
2 months ago

Rope is crying for this bloody Nigga

Jasper
Jasper
2 months ago

If there were actually “700” ‘people’ at that scum’s place, I hope that one of them will grow a conscience, and supply a guest (target) list.

Gotta start somewhere, and they’re as good as any.

Jasper
Jasper
2 months ago
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