Friday, March 13, 2015
Surely Barack Obama and Eric Holder are exchanging high-fives in Washington today after their unending, anti-white anti-police rhetoric has caused the shooting of two officers in Ferguson, Missouri.
Thankfully, both officers will survive. Whether racial harmony in this country will survive has yet to be determined, but it's not looking good.
Despite the fact that the "Hands up - Don't shoot" myths surrounding the death of Michael Brown have been repeatedly proven false, Barack Obama was still attacking Ferguson in his sanctimonious "white devils" speech in Selma, Alabama only days ago.
And of course, even though officer Darren Wilson has been repeatedly cleared of wrongdoing, Eric Holder's Justice Department released a scathing (and highly questionable) report calling the entire Ferguson police department so filled with racism that it may need to be disbanded entirely. And for bonus points, Holder suggested that the same may be true of other police departments across our nation.
Small wonder, then, that peace officers are suddenly finding themselves in the crosshairs. There's a reason why inflammatory statements like those coming from Obama, Holder, Sharpton, and the MSM are referred to as "a call to arms." And we now have two more wounded officers to prove it.
Eric Holder has declared the shootings to be "inexcusable and repugnant," apparently unaware how perfectly those same terms describe his entire body of (ahem) "service" as Attorney General.
Meanwhile, Barack Obama tweeted his regrets (140 characters is plenty, right?), calling the shootings "unacceptable" - a word that sounds like it should come from a wealthy dowager who has discovered a bit of untrimmed crust on her cucumber finger sandwich.
In fairness, he also tweeted that those responsible for the shootings would be "hunted to the gates of Hell" and be punished to the full extent of the law no matter what race they are.
Only kidding. Barry's tweet really said the "path to justice is one all of us must travel together." Which only doubles down on his position that there currently isn't racial justice in America, just a path. A path that will continue to be littered with the bodies of fallen police officers as long as the Left continues to deliberately stoke racial hatred for the sake of politics.