Obama Gives Utterly Infuriating Response to Ferguson Decision

Note in the above video clip, that while Obama is talking about not smashing car windows, etc., the mob in Ferguson is trashing a police car.

From Conservativetribune.com:

Obama just gave his response to the grand jury saying Wilson has violated no law. His response was infuriating, typical, and race baiting just like usual. At one point, he even said he wants to “seize the moment” to push his racial agenda.

Barack Obama is the Divider in Chief. His goal is to divide Americans to keep some demographics strong for the Democrat party for political gain. It’s a typical liberal strategy and it’s sickening.

Let’s look at the points he made:

1. Refused to Say Wilson’s Name.

Perhaps the first sign it was going to be a racially dividing speech was the first few sentences when he refused to mention Officer Wilson by name. Instead, he referred to it as the ruling regarding the death of Michael Brown.

2. Brought Up the “Rule of Law.”

Really? Really, you total fraud?

3. Used Dramatic Language to Describe Protesters.

He said, “There are Americans who agree with it and there are Americans who are deeply disappointed, even angry.” Note the different tone he uses describing both groups. It’s obvious that Obama is against Wilson.

4. Said He “Joins” Michael Brown’s Family.

Obama literally said, “I Join Michael Brown’s Family.” This was completely unnecessary and wrong. Instead of simply calling for peace, he wants to make it clear which side he’s on. This is NOT a federal issue, but of course, he couldn’t care less.

Read more at conservative tribune.com. (Includes video of Obama’s full nine and one half minute statement)

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About Alan Berkelhammer

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