In his online graduation talk, Barack Obama questioned the US coronavirus response.
On Saturday, former President Barack Obama criticized certain officials who supervised the response of the coronavirus, saying in an online address to college graduates that many officials "did not even pretend to take responsibility for the pandemic."
Obama appeared on the two-hour live action "Take me your stroll," which has been distributed on YouTube , Facebook and Twitter to historically black colleges. He reflected on global affairs outside the virus and its social and economic effects, which was unexpectedly political.
Above everything, this pandemic finally tore the veil down, with the belief that too many of the people in control knew what they are doing, "he added.
Obama did not identify President Donald Trump or any federal or state authorities. "We don't really claim to be in control," he added.
While congratulating graduates and engaging in the world they face, the former president noticed the death in February of Ahmaud Arbery, 25, who was murdered as he jogged on Georgia's residential street.
"Be honest: such a disease just illustrates the systemic inequality and additional pressures which blacken communicates in this country traditionally have to face.