“Stay the course” was the foolhardy advice Obama gave to protest leaders and the poverty pimp himself, Al Sharpton, in a private meeting just days before the verdict was announced regarding police officer Darren Wilson’s fate for the fatal shooting of Michael Brown. The leader of the free world’s advocating violence and “civil unrest” is hardly a presidential way to act. In fact, it’s down right thug-ish.
On Tuesday Obama gave a speech at the Copernicus Community Center in Chicago saying,
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.
Obama and his band of agitators seem to believe that they are representatives of the black community. They sell their garbage to them that somehow they can relate to their struggles and bring themselves down to their level because they are just like them, while they are worth millions and continue lining their pockets with gold at their expense. Maybe it’s time for the black community to find new representatives and reject the idea that they are still oppressed.
Even though the grand jury will not indict Wilson, Obama is going to try and get Wilson one way or another. Obama claims he has instructed attorney general Eric Holder to investigate what happened in the case and to come up with specific steps to build trust again in black communities. If the answer is not guilty, then create something to make it so? Maybe this is a way for Holder to take a trip down memory lane and resurrect his rebellious Black Panther days.
Instead of accepting the facts of the case, the black community is out for blood no matter what the truth is; never taking on the blame for the downfall of their own communities. They are burning down local businesses, looting, attacking law enforcement, and proving that they are the very stereotype that they deny being. Is this the kind of behavior that Martin Luther King would be proud of? Brown was a wanna-be thug who had no remorse about roughing up a store owner to steal a pack of cigars right before he met his fate. Attacking a police officer instead of following instructions turned out to not be the wisest choice for Brown.
The truth of the matter is that Brown was not a victim of police brutality, but a victim of his own community and the endless generational cycle that claims so many of the black youth. The idea that they are oppressed and need the government to make a way for themselves is a motto perpetuated by the left. If that fallacy no longer existed, the left would be out of business. That turning to gangs and crime and a broken welfare system is the only way to sustain their life. America is the land of opportunity for all, no matter what your color is. If you work hard you can achieve any dream.
What will the jury’s decision mean for Darren Wilson? Will he ever be able to carry on with his life without having to live in constant fear? Burning down your communities and stealing from your neighbors is not honoring Mike Browns memory, it’s called a crime, and hopefully the savages are caught and brought to justice. Maybe Holder can help facilitate that.