It’s the criminals, not the police. President Obama addressed some people but certainly not the nation at large when he spoke shortly after the Reaction Riots began in Ferguson. He said: “A grand jury made a decision yesterday that upset a lot of people. And as I said last night, the frustrations that we have seen, are not just about a particular incident. They have deep roots in many communities of color, who have a sense that our laws are not always being enforced uniformly or fairly.”
He said a lot more but read just the opening sentence.

“A grand jury made a decision yesterday that upset a lot of people.”

Was it right or wrong in his opinion? Obviously it was wrong or he would have said something along the lines of “with which I agree”. He didn’t. He doesn’t agree with the Grand Jury. Why not?

Further: Why would the President of the United States tell people the decision has: quote: “Deep Roots In Many Communities of Color”. That racial-izes his remarks. It polarizes America. He’s too obviously not trying to unite America here but to divide America along black-white lines has been his motive for decades. He’s turned the Democratic Party into the non-white party.

The man is very obviously not what he appears to be, a man with a white mother and an African father whom he obviously favors. He’s neither black nor white. That should have been a good thing but he’s obviously using his bi-raciality to divide, not unite. A missed opportunity. Shame on him for mis-using race.

Obama is a trained divider. He’s an Alinsky-ite who studied and applied division along black-white lines to get benefits from both the government and from private contributors. The contributors need to step up here and stop contributing to his dilinquency. Stop contributing to the abuse of America.

Obama needs racial sensitivity training because he has the wrong attitude towards blacks and whites. His actions are anti-white. He accepts white people as oppressors. He’s wrong and he seems impervious to correction. The man is lost to reason. He hates far too many people. He blames and condemns people by their skin color. He was given far too much power and he’s expanded and corrupted it long enough. The man is mad.

Second, he condemns the police. Yes, he does He said: Quote: “They have deep roots in many communities of color, who have a sense that our laws are not always being enforced uniformly or fairly. That may not be true everywhere. And it’s certainly not true for the vast majority of law enforcement officials, but that’s an impression that folks have and it’s not just made up. It’s rooted in reality.” End Quote.

Unfair Law Enforcement is rooted in reality? Is that what he believes? If he does, why doesn’t he prove it and fire any police officer who is unfair? Because it’s false. Because he’s on the side of the rioters who must be doing the right thing by rioting and bringing the unfair police activity to the attention of the world at large. Why does he continue to stoke the fires of riot?

Why? Why is Obama trying to divide America along black-white lines? He’s not able to realize what he’s doing. He’s in a delusion.

The police did not riot in Ferguson. the police should be praised, not condemned. The President needs to stop what he’s doing wrong; figure out what he did wrong and stop doing it. The criminals in Ferguson are the cause of the riots, not the police. The police need to be supported, not condemned.

Are the police the problem in Ferguson? If so , why didn’t Obama federalize the National Guard, fire the guilty police and stop the rioters? Because the police are not the bad guys in Ferguson, the rioters are. Obama needs to grasp that simple fact. He’s got it backward. He’s supporting the criminals and condemning the police. That’s delusional. He’s delusional.

Here’s a partial transcript of what Obama said:
“A grand jury made a decision yesterday that upset a lot of people. And as I said last night, the frustrations that we have seen, are not just about a particular incident. They have deep roots in many communities of color, who have a sense that our laws are not always being enforced uniformly or fairly. That may not be true everywhere. And it’s certainly not true for the vast majority of law enforcement officials, but that’s an impression that folks have and it’s not just made up. It’s rooted in reality.

“Now as I said last night, there are productive ways of responding. And expressing those frustrations and there are destructive ways of responding. Burning buildings, torching cars, destroying property, putting people at risk, that’s destructive and there’s no excuse for it. Those are criminal acts. People should be prosecuted if they engage in criminal ablgs. But what we also saw, although it doesn’t get as much attention in the media, was people gathering in overwhelmingly peaceful protests, here in Chicago, in New York, in Los Angeles, other cities. We have scene young people who are organizing and people beginning to have real conversations about how do we change the situation so that there’s more trust between law enforcement and some of these communities. And those are are necessary conversations to have.

“We’re here to talk about immigration, but part of what makes America this remarkable place is, being American doesn’t mean you have to look a certain way or have a certain last name or come from a certain place, it has to do with a commitment to ideals, a belief in certain values, and if any part of the american community doesn’t feel welcomed or treated fairly, that’s something that puts all of us at risk. And we all have to be concerned about it. So my message to those people who are constructively moving forward, trying to organize, mobilize and ask hard, important questions about how we improve the situation, I want all those folks to know that their president is going to work with them.

“Separate and apart from the particular circumstances in Ferguson, of which I am careful not to speak to, because it’s not my job as president to comment on ongoing investigations and specific cases, but the frustrations people have generally, those are rooted in some hard truths that have to be addressed. Those who are prepared to work constructively, your president will work with you. And a lot of folks, I believe in law enforcement and a lot of folks in city halls, and governor’s offices across the country, want to work with you as well.

“So as part of that, I have instructed attorney general Eric Holder not just to investigate what happened in Ferguson, but also identify specific steps we can take together to set up a series of regional meetings focused on building trust in our communities. And next week we’ll bring together state and local officials and law enforcement and community leaders and favorite leaders to start identifying very specific steps that we can take to make sure that law enforcement is fair and is being applied equally to every person in this country. And we know certain things work, we know that if we train police properly, that that improves policing and makes people feel that the system is fair.”

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