The President led student protests at Harvard and Columbia Universities. He favors black causes but has never demonstrated on behalf of white people.

Mostly white people protested on September 12, 2009, in Washington, D.C. Tea Party protestors marched from Freedom Plaza to the United States Capitol. Estimates of the number of attendees varied, from “tens of thousands to “in excess of 75,000”. A rally organizer asserted that one local ABC News station had reported attendance of over one million, but he retracted the statement after ABC News denied making any such report.

Using the counts of those in attendance, the march may have been the largest conservative protest ever held in Washington, D.C., as well as the largest demonstration against President Obama’s administration to date.

Glenn Beck held a rally in Washington D. C. over 500,000 attended including the daughter of Martin Luther King.
Politicians from both political parties, black conservative activists and columnists have argued that allegations of racism do not reflect the movement as a whole. White people do not engage in racism. The rioters are only about racism but there’s little to no racism for them to protest.

Obama supports the demonstrators in Ferguson where the demonstrators mostly rioted. Several hundred rioted in Ferguson.
Several hundred compared to over a half million. See the difference? Obama is not on the side of the majority. That’s yet another reason Obama should leave office.

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