On Monday, the day before flying to Texas to demagogue at the funerals of Dallas cops slain by an anti-white racist, President Obama met with law enforcement leaders across the country. At that meeting, Obama threatened law enforcement with his usual Mafioso tactic: “nice police department you’ve got there, shame if something happened to it, good thing I’m around to protect you.” According to The Washington Post, Obama said that the attack on cops was a “hate crime” and then said, “I’m your best hope.”
Obama is a racial blackmailer: he’s an arsonist who ignites the flames, then tells the cops that only he can put out those flames.
This routine is nothing new from Obama; back in 2009, when he met with top financial CEOs and essentially ordered them to cut their own salaries, he stated, “Be careful how you make those statements, gentlemen. The public isn’t buying that.” Then he continued, “My administration is the only thing between you and the pitchforks.”
These tactics are despicable – and they must be condemned by anyone of decent heart and mind. President Obama called police officers across the country racist on Thursday morning, hours before cops were shot in Dallas; then he claimed he had no idea why the shootings had happened; now he says that they were hate crimes, but that only he can heal the country and advocate for the cops. This is scurrilous nastiness of the highest order.
And his grandstanding won’t end there. Obama plans to stand over the caskets of the officers and rip into cops. Here’s a statement he put out this morning via his White House:
I reject the idea that these issues are somehow too big for us -- that America is too divided to find common ground. As I've said, I know that we can honor the incredible courage and service of our police officers -- and also recognize the racial disparities that exist in our criminal justice system. There's no contradiction there. And if we are going to come together to solve these problems, we have to understand that. So we'll have to talk to each other. We'll have to listen to each other. And we'll have to see each other as equal parts of the American family.
So in other words, the cops are still racist, just these dead cops aren’t – and the only reason the dead cops aren’t is because they’re dead. If they had lived, and we had waited a week, and they continued to arrest a “disproportionate” number of black people -- in other words, people responsible for crime regardless of their race -- they’d still be part of the problem.
Obama isn’t interested in fixing anything. He’s interested in setting fires. And the whole nation is burning.