Mid-terms a complete rejection of both Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Huffington Post editor and former Newsweek Chief Correspondent Howard Fineman acknowledged during an appearance on MSNBC that “the Obama era is over” as a result of last night’s sweeping Republican victory in the mid-term elections.

Asked by host Chris Matthews, “Which party has the spark right now?” Fineman responded, “Oh, the Republican Party for sure. The Dems have to reinvent themselves all over again. The Obama era is over.”

Fineman’s rhetoric echoes the consensus that the wave of discontent which swept Republicans to victory was almost completely borne out of a total rejection of brand Obama.

“Tonight was a powerful repudiation of the Obama presidency,” said Senator Ted Cruz, while Douglas E. Schoen, a former pollster for President Bill Clinton, asserted that the outcome was a rejection of Obama’s leadership, his policies and a recognition that he is a “deeply unpopular president.”

With Obama’s effort to pursue his agenda via bipartisan support now in tatters, many fear that the President will move on an aggressive strategy of issuing executive orders in a bid to capitalize on his final two years in office.

Meanwhile, Senator Rand Paul said that the results also translated as a complete rejection of Hillary Clinton, who Paul will potentially face off against in the 2016 presidential election.

Written by Paul Joseph Watson
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