...but being the ideologue he is, he just can't help himself...Obama simply lacks that leadership...Pres. Obama: "We're here to honor the memory and mourn the loss of five fellow Americans." https://t.co/TtIlVNEPif https://t.co/uAFTMKIZJl— CNN (@CNN) July 12, 2016
TRS: What a puke. Instead of simply honoring the victims of last Thursday’s police shootings in Dallas, Obama hijacks the funeral service to push his phony America is racist narrative, even blaming cops for being part of the problem.
It just went downhill from there, placating his masses (of whom the background headbobbers in the above video obviously belong)...President Obama: "We cannot simply turn away and dismiss those in peaceful protests as troublemakers or paranoid" https://t.co/MvuXuxxY6H— CNN (@CNN) July 12, 2016
PresObama says: None of us is entirely innocent - that includes our police departments— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) July 12, 2016
PresObama says black Americans are more likely to be pulled over and get harsher criminal sentences— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) July 12, 2016
I can't even say that there's a time and place for this constant racialization and victimization, because this divisiveness does absolutely nothing for the betterment of our society, much less to do it at the very ceremony held to honor the fallen law officers of the same broad family he continues to criticize while propping up the racialist BLM movement. Classless.PresObama says: easier for a teenager to get his hands on a Glock than a computer or a book— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) July 12, 2016
Oh, and this one was a particular gem, coming from a heavy-fisted Marxist who's thwarted Congress, the Constitution and the general Rule of Law for his and his party's gain time and time again...
ADDENDUM: The contrast was palpable...PresObama says: Our Founders gave us institutions to guard against tyranny. No one is above the law.— Shannon Bream (@ShannonBream) July 12, 2016
Former President George W. Bush: "These slain officers were the best among us" https://t.co/mJt5gbXS6b https://t.co/6IyOrkSJbU— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) July 12, 2016
Former President Bush: "At our best, we know we have one country, one future, one destiny." https://t.co/Wg86o1FvUv https://t.co/frVmB8V0qe— CNN (@CNN) July 12, 2016
Related link: Mark Levin gives pro-police speech Obama SHOULD have given today at Dallas police funeralFormer Pres. Bush: Your loved one did not get a chance to properly say goodbye, "but they went where duty called" https://t.co/2X8q9NYcvq— CNN (@CNN) July 12, 2016