Former President Barack Obama Sunday said voters cannot fall for scare tactics ahead of Tuesday’s mid-term elections.
Obama told a crowd of more than 6,000 at Gary’s Genesis Center that the scare tactics often work, and that voters can sometimes be compared to Charlie Brown when Lucy holds the football for him, only to pull it away as he tries to kick it.
“He always fell for it,” Obama said. “Don’t be Charlie Brown with the football.
“While they’re trying to distract you with all of this stuff, they’re robbing you blind,” Obama said.
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