HOPE & RACE WARS: Obama’s Tradition Of Fanning The Flames Of Racial Discord

Published on December 5, 2014

He keeps fanning those flames higher and higher.

By Debra Heine

On Wednesday, President Obama laughably claimed that he has “a tradition” of not interfering in controversial cases before they are resolved.

“My tradition is not to remark on cases where there may still be an investigation,” he said to guffaws all across the nation.. That may have been true for his predecessors, but it certainly is not true for him.

Whether it was Skip Gates, Trayvon Martin, or Michael Brown, the Community Organizer in Chief  made a point of very inappropriately weighing in while the investigation was ongoing.

What exactly was the point of calling the police stupid in the Professor Gates case, or noting that if he had a son, he’d look like the teenage delinquent Trayvon Martin?  Why did he respond to the violence in the wake of the Michael Brown shooting, with deep condolences for the family of a violent teenage lawbreaker, but no calls to respect our laws, or to respect the law enforcement officers who put their lives on the line for us?

Why didn’t he encourage the inflamed mob to take a step back and wait for the evidence to come out before leaping to conclusions? Why didn’t he ask them to trust in the American justice system? Obama and Holder knew that the evidence exonerated Officer Wilson, early on, but instead of discouraging the toxic false narrative of a Gentle Giant surrendering with his arms up in the air, they allowed the myth to grow.

Read more: Breitbart

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