The President and First Lady continued the black grievance campaign in a People piece, “The Obamas: How We Deal with Our Own Racist Experiences”, recounting their many encounters with white racists, oh the horror to be mistaken for a waiter or lowly store employee. Their arrogance knows no bounds and the smallness of their characters smacks you in the face, as they wine and dine tax-evading, race pimps, like Al Sharpton, on the taxpayers’ dime. Quite the divider, this wolf in sheep’s clothing turned out to be, as he foments racial animosity and escalates racial tensions in America.
To lump the recent high-profile cases of police shooting/killing black males into one basket as “racism” masks a glaring problem among young black males that the President and the black grievance industry prefer to ignore – gang and escalating criminal activity. This statement from a sitting US President, highlights why he continues to fuel divisiveness and racial distrust in America:
“Obama said. “It’s one thing for me to be mistaken for a waiter at a gala. It’s another thing for my son to be mistaken for a robber and to be handcuffed, or worse, if he happens to be walking down the street and is dressed the way teenagers dress.””
Well, lets, be clear the problem is, young black men aren’t finding inspiration in the first black president’s Mom jeans or career path, instead the “way teenagers dress” emulates gangsters (CRIMINALS) and the hip-hop gang-banging behavior. Of course, Hillary jumped on the bandwagon offering her usual pathetic, political pandering, she declared, “yes, black lives matter,” parroting the slogans from recent demonstrators around the country protesting the Ferguson grand jury decision not to indict a white police officer involved in the death of an unarmed black man in Ferguson, Missouri and the death of Eric Garner during an arrest in New York City.”
If you truly believe “black lives matter”, well, how about instead of marches and “national dialogue, or blaming policing methods, you take a hard look at what young black men , in increasing numbers, value. So, instead of dealing with the violent gang culture, the myriad problems caused by young black men, cycling through the criminal justice system, it’s easier for politicians to promote “white guilt” and support angry protests and attempts to hobble police efforts to cope with gang-bangers and other criminals.
Here’s a home truth – Michael Brown was a suspect in a CRIME, not a poor, misunderstood black child. A few months ago, his heartbroken mother was involved in attacking his grandmother for selling MB t-shirts without her permission, lest someone else profit from his death. While Al Sharpton and the black grievance posse can dress her up and parade her around the country as a poor, aggrieved mother, the truth is her boyfriend incited a riot after the grand jury decision was released and he’s a twice convicted drug dealer. Michael Brown was living, not with his devoted mother, but with his grandmother, when she hooked up with this drug dealer, whom the press flocked to for interviews.
Certainly, opinions differ on the Eric Garner case, because video, bandied about the MSM with furor, shows a situation where fair minds might decide too much force was used. No problem, it’s good to look at situations objectively. Lying and willfully blaming everyone except yourself for your choices is epidemic in American culture, across the board. Personal bad choices become victimization by some malevolent larger social construct that supposedly holds you down, obviating the need to man-up to failures and take responsibility for yourself.
Blame, blame, blame, but when the police need to consult a team of precinct lawyers before responding to calls and civil order falls to the hounds of street warfare, drug-dealers, thugs and hordes of foreign criminals (many this President allowed to stay here) preying on our weakness, the collapse from within can only widen and spread. Yet, our President will still sit in the Oval Office whimpering about some racist white woman on an elevator clutching her purse….. Really, that is how pathetic and lame he really is – still whining about perceived racism, even though he rode the Affirmative Action train all the way to the White House.
I hear the Frozen song in the background……… Let it go, Mr. President, just let it go!!!