Obama’s racist campaign of division and discord exploded tonight in Dallas, Texas, just hours after he made a hate speech inciting to violence. Obama sprang into action, exploiting two unrelated incidents earlier this week involving controversial fatal shootings by cops in Louisiana and Minnesota. We don’t know what happened in Baton Rouge when Alton Sterling was shot by police (Sterling was armed). Or the disturbing video of Philando Castile in the aftermath of a police shooting in Minnesota. But we don’t know the whole story. But Obama sprang into action and ginned up the hate ….
Obama: “what’s clear is that these fatal shootings are not isolated incidents. They are symptomatic of the broader challenges within our criminal justice system, the racial disparities that appear across the system year after year, and the resulting lack of trust that exists between law enforcement and too many of the communities they serve.”
No, Mr. President, it is not clear. After the evidence was presented, the police shootings in Ferguson and Baltimore were clearly justified, and it was clear that the police officers involved had been libeled and unjustly ruined. But that was irrelevant. These terrible incidents were merely a tool by vicious agitators to advance a war against America. Targeting police is targeting society. The thin blue line is what stands between civilization and anarchy. Remove the blue line and it’s all-out war. And that is what the supremacist Black Lives Matter terror group is plotting to do — Dallas was the first massive strike.
Obama: “When incidents like this occur, there’s a big chunk of our citizenry that feels as if, because of the color of their skin, they are not being treated the same, and that hurts, and that should trouble all of us,” Mr. Obama said in a statement on Thursday after arriving in Warsaw for a NATO summit.”
Tonight’s wholesale slaughter of police officers in Dallas was an ambush — a well planned, well orchestrated attack. The snipers triangulated their shots. It was an act of war. The situation is still ongoing — 5 police officers dead, 6 fighting for their lives in city hospitals.
The same police officers being protested against ran towards the gunfire trying to save lives.
Black Lives Matter marches are ugly, racist and violent. What’s planned for the next BLM march on July 9th?
CNBC: Eleven officers were shot by two snipers, who opened fire from elevated positions in a coordinated attack after a rally in Dallas, Texas. The rally was being held to protest the deaths of two black men this week at the hands of police.
At the press conference held close to 2 a.m. ET, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said a suspect, who was holed up in a second-floor garage in the city’s downtown area, was exchanging gunfire with police and “not being very cooperative.”
“The suspect we’re negotiating with … has told our negotiators that the end is coming and he’s going to hurt and kill more of us, meaning law enforcement, and that there are bombs all over the place and downtown, so we’re being very careful with our tactics, so we don’t put our officers in harm’s way, or the citizens,” Brown said.
UPDATE: The final suspect involved in the stand-off has shot himself.
He said a woman had been taken into custody after she was observed by police carrying a camouflaged bag, which she put into a car that then sped off. The vehicle was stopped by police and they were currently questioning two occupants, Brown said.
ISIS sign at a Black Lives Matter march in Ferguson:
Al Shabaab made a video months ago using exact same America-hating, race-baiting case that the #BlackLivesMatter protest movement does at every one of their events. The video says:
Despite the widespread myth of the United States being the land of freedom, liberty, and lasting hope, it’s in fact a land of injustice, intolerance, and institutionalized racism. For the African-American community in particular, the United States has always been a land of historical injustice, and a society founded upon racial bigotry.
Black people are often disproportionately targeted by law enforcement agencies and are subjected to racial profiling and police brutality. Such institutionalized racism manifests itself in the form of mass incarceration of young black men and the racial disparities of wealth and living conditions across the United States.
With racism deeply entrenched in every part of American society, the highly celebrated notion of the American dream has become for many African-Americans just that — a dream that will never materialize. For as long as you are Black, you will always be considered sub-human…to the White man, who’s determined to maintain a system of White supremacy.
After the video repeats the Black Lives Matter messaging and tells black Americans that they are oppressed victims, the video makes an explicit pitch to black Americans: become Muslim and follow sharia law.
To the millions of oppressed Black people living in the United States, however, there is an alternative. That alternative is Islam. We invite you to a religion that guarantees you your rights, where neither the White has precedence over the Black, nor the Black over the White, except by virtue of faith.
For Islamic shari’a is not based on a racist ideology, nor does it endorse a social hierarchy based upon biological differences.
President Obama on the Fatal Shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile
July 7, 2016: Today, President Obama posted a message on Facebook on the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
Update: This evening, President Obama delivered a statement on the fatal shootings in Louisiana and Minnesota. Watch below:
Today, President Obama posted the following message on Facebook:
“All Americans should be deeply troubled by the fatal shootings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota. We’ve seen such tragedies far too many times, and our hearts go out to the families and communities who’ve suffered such a painful loss.
“Although I am constrained in commenting on the particular facts of these cases, I am encouraged that the U.S. Department of Justice has opened a civil rights investigation in Baton Rouge, and I have full confidence in their professionalism and their ability to conduct a thoughtful, thorough, and fair inquiry.
“But regardless of the outcome of such investigations, what’s clear is that these fatal shootings are not isolated incidents. They are symptomatic of the broader challenges within our criminal justice system, the racial disparities that appear across the system year after year, and the resulting lack of trust that exists between law enforcement and too many of the communities they serve.
“In the meantime, all Americans should recognize the anger, frustration, and grief that so many Americans are feeling — feelings that are being expressed in peaceful protests and vigils. Michelle and I share those feelings. Rather than fall into a predictable pattern of division and political posturing, let’s reflect on what we can do better. Let’s come together as a nation, and keep faith with one another, in order to ensure a future where all of our children know that their lives matter.” Read the message on the President’s Facebook page.
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller