In a move reflecting the regime’s inauthenticity,  Joe Biden has discreetly enlisted the ‘expertise’ of his predecessor, Barack Obama, to guide the development of a robust artificial intelligence strategy for the nation even though he had tasked Kamala Harris to be the ‘AI Czar’ back in May as reported by Breitbart.

Just before Joe introduced ‘his’ AI executive order, he made a statement regarding how he was concerned about AI could be used to spread fake news. Weird, considering he’s a fake president who was installed in part by the spread of fake news (Hunter’s laptop being Russian disinformation. It wasn’t).

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The White House has yet to make an official statement on Obama’s role, highlighting the regime’s continued lack of transparency. The executive order is a ‘111-page laundry list of priorities,’ according to Politico, but in those 111 pages, there’s not a single mention of Barack Obama.

Barack Obama released an 807 word statement regarding the Biden regime’s AI EO, but he failed to mention a single word about his involvement. Weird, right?

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Obama’s full statement:

“Seven years ago, I asked my Chief Science Advisor to study how artificial intelligence could play a growing role in the future of the United States. The report provided a framework for how to think about and adapt to emerging technological change. Since then, the world has seen how quickly AI can evolve — with the potential to change the way we work, learn, and create.

In the past, governments haven’t always adapted well to this kind of transformational change, but we have an opportunity to get this right. That’s why I’m glad to see the Biden administration acting with a sense of urgency — securing voluntary commitments from leading companies, and now signing an executive order designed to encourage innovation while avoiding some of the biggest risks. Congress should follow President Biden’s lead and look to his executive order for opportunities to fund this work.

It’s clear by now that AI will affect us all. It makes sense that much of the attention — both in government and the private sector — is focused on extreme risks and national security threats. We don’t want anyone with an internet connection to be able to create a new strain of smallpox, access nuclear codes, or attack our critical infrastructure. And we have to make sure this technology doesn’t fall into the hands of people who want to use it to turbocharge things like cybercrime and fraud.

But I’m glad the Biden administration is also thinking about other challenges that could end up being far more common. We’ve already seen what can happen when our shared basis of facts begins to erode, for example, affecting everything from politics and the economy to public health. Generative AI tools shouldn’t accelerate this trend.

That’s why today’s executive order is an important step in the right direction. It calls for developing guidelines and tools to make sure AI systems are safe, and requires developers of the most powerful models to share key information with the government. It also directs government agencies to prepare for the rise of AI — protecting consumers and workers and addressing the potential for discrimination and bias while also making sure we harness the enormous potential of AI to make our lives better.

Because technology transcends borders, the executive order also creates a roadmap for the U.S. to engage in more direct diplomacy, help set international standards, and work more closely with our G7 partners, as Vice President Harris will do when she participates in a UK summit on AI later this week.

None of this will be easy, which is why we need to convince more talented people to work in government, not just the private sector. I’m happy to see this administration embrace programs to quickly hire more AI professionals and add new capabilities to the U.S. Digital Service, and I encourage anyone who wants to learn more about these opportunities to visit

We also need to create new ways for people who care about these issues — from governments and companies to advocacy groups and civil society — to come together and debate the best way forward. The good news is that many groups — from the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights to Upturn to the Alignment Research Center — are already tackling these questions, and making sure more people feel like their concerns are being heard and addressed.

As we think more critically about these issues, we should heed the lessons of the past. When social media was on the rise, most decisions were made by a small group of people with almost no oversight. Those people created platforms that helped us connect in new and exciting ways, but they also failed to anticipate the harm their tools could do. By the time it became clear, much of the damage had already been done. We can’t make the same mistake again, and the industry leaders I talk to agree. The stakes are too high.

Finally, we need to recognize that democracy and innovation depend on each other. If we want America to continue to lead, we need to keep pushing new technology forward. But we also need democratic values — from freedom of speech to the rule of law — that make innovation possible. That’s why anyone working to harness the power of these new tools has to make a choice: ignore potential problems until it’s too late, or proactively address them in a way that unlocks the enormous benefits of breakthrough technology while also strengthening democracy.

If we want AI to be a force for good, we have to be able to stand for something bigger — not just because it’s the right thing to do, but because it’s the smart thing to do. I applaud the Biden administration for taking this important step, and hope it’s just the beginning.

About four hours after Obama’s Tweet, Kamala Harris posted this on X, and what do you know? No mention of Obama here either.

The White House also released a ‘FACT SHEET‘ on the AI EO the same day. 1873 words in their fact sheet, and, you guessed it, not a single one of them was about Obama’s involvement.

On Halloween, the day after the AI EO was signed, RVM Network‘s Drew Berquist, Sean Parnell and Tom Cunningham weighed in Kamala’s DEI word salad on the subject. Watch:

“Kudos to her. She said algorithmic right. I mean, it had to be tough for her.” – Drew Berquist

“Algorithmic equity, what is that? they’re making? You know what that is, that is, whatever we put in there. And whatever you search, the answer that you get is the answer that we want. It’s not the truth, but it’s the answer that you’re you’re gonna get because we decided what the truth is.” – Tom Cunningham

“Has anybody seen Terminator? There’s no way this ends well for humanity.  I’m not trying to be hyperbolic. But have you seen those robots from Boston Dynamics, the ones that can like do backflips? Those are like little dogs with the cameras now that they’re using these robot dogs, like once, at some point, they’re going to integrate artificial intelligence into those robots, there’s no question and they’re going to be somewhat autonomous so that they can sort of make decisions on the fly with the intention is going to be that humans are behind, you know, pulling the strings, much like Barack Obama’s pulling the strings with Joe Biden.” – Sean Parnell

The same day, Joe Biden Tweeted that it was ‘My Executive Order’ and again, no mention of Obama.

Again, The White House has yet to make an official statement on Obama’s role, highlighting the regime’s continued lack of transparency. This begs the question: Who is really running the show?

FOX News contributor Raymond Arroyo joined ‘Fox & Friends Weekend’ to discuss former President Obama’s decision to help Biden craft a sweeping executive order on artificial intelligence. The video was titled ”It’s terrifying’ that Obama is running the Biden White House: Arroyo’ Watch:

“Remember in the old James Bond series, it was Spectre, which was the shadowy organization with its tentacles into everything. That’s Barack Obama, when it comes to the Biden White House. Here’s why… here’s the reality. You have someone who for five months, Barack Obama has been the consultant on AI, not only consulted, he’s been interfacing with the tech companies and the White House. Let’s face it, he wrote this executive order that Biden sent out to the world. And then he put words in Kamala Harris’s mouth, because it is Obama, who’s obsessed with this idea of and I’m going to quote it, algorithmic discrimination and bias in AI, meaning, diversity and equity in AI. He wants to import those values to control the growth of AI and to have the government keep its paw on top of the innovation that’s possible in AI.” – Raymond Arroyo

The collaboration, which has flown under the public radar, came to light through insiders familiar with the matter, as reported on November 3, 2023. by CNBC in a piece titled ‘Biden quietly tapped Obama to help shape his AI strategy’

Maybe equity hire KJP’s slip and what Obama said about having a 3rd term actually revealed what is going on today?

“As you all saw just an hour or so ago, President Obama announced that… President Biden. Whoa that is news.” – Karine Jean Pierre

“Knowing what you know now do you wish you had a third term? And I used to say, you know, what if I could make an arrangement where I had  a stand in, a frontman, or frontwoman and they had an earpiece in and I was just in my basement in my sweats, looking through the stuff and then I could sort of deliver the lines but somebody else was doing all the talking and ceremony, I’d be fine with it.” – Barack Obama

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