What Barack Obama said about the George Floyd riots will make your blood run cold
Barack Obama spent eight years trying to divide America along racial lines.
Americans elected Donald Trump as a backlash to the Obama-style of politics.
Now Barack Obama is back and what he said about the George Floyd riots will make your blood run cold.
Barack Obama got his start in politics as a community organizer.
Obama organized street marches and grassroots mobilization on a much smaller scale than the current riots, but Obama trained activists in the same style of confrontational politics Americans see on the street today.
Obama-ally Valerie Jarrett sat for an interview with The Washington Post and before the session began, The Post played a clip of Obama praising the chaos in American cities as giving him hope.
“When sometimes I feel despair I just see what’s happening with young people all across the country and the talent, and the voice, the sophistication that they are displaying and it makes me feel optimistic,” Obama declared. “It makes me feel . . . this country is going to get better.”
Few Americans would match that sentiment.
Police abuse is a real issue.
And polls show Americans support the right of the protestors to peacefully demonstrate.
But that is not what is happening in cities across the country.
Black Lives Matter and Antifa insurgents are using violence, looting, and arson to pressure politicians to accept leftist policies.
Rioters now claim there is racism not just in police treatment of blacks, but in the health care system.
They claim the only answer for this is a government run health care.
The leftist mobs taking over American cities are claiming “systemic racism” permeates American society because they want to overthrow America’s entire Democrat and capitalist system and replace it with socialism.