Thank you for taking this country back 60 years, Obama.
It is far more interesting that Barrack Obama felt compelled to make an unusual evening statement to the press. What he said—after all, he is President of the United States—is actually more outrageous than the Fudge nonsense about how blacks can be killed with impunity.
Mr. Obama spoke for nearly 10 minutes, and spent about seven of them blaming the police. He said protesters have “legitimate issues of how communities and law enforcement interact,” and called anger over the refusal to indict “an understandable reaction.” He explained that Ferguson is an example of the “broader challenges that we still face as a nation.” He said he has “instructed Attorney General Holder to work with cities across the country . . . to train law enforcement so it conducts itself in a way that is fair to everybody.”
“This is not just an issue for Ferguson, this is an issue for America,” he explained, adding that the country can look forward to “tackling much-needed criminal justice reform.” “America isn’t everything that it could be,” he said sorrowfully, but “we can make progress not just in Ferguson but in a lot of communities and cities around the country.”
In other words, his friend Al Sharpton is right. The American justice system is deeply flawed.
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