BREAKING: Obama HIJACKS Dallas Memorial With This SICK Message… [Video]


As the first black president of the United States of America, Barrack Obama could have done much to strengthen race relations and to unify Americans as a people.  Instead, racial tensions are at all time highs as evidenced by the continuing protests by groups such as Black Lives Matter in Baton Rouge and Minneapolis where two black men were killed by police.

Those events led up to a black sniper taking up arms in Dallas against police officers – Michael Smith, Lorne Ahrens, Michael Krol, Brent Thompson and Patrick Zamarripa – to express his anger and rage at white people, specifically, police officers that he saw as representative of racial issues and the targeting of the black community that have been culminating since the inception of the Obama reign in the White House.

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Today a memorial service was held in honor of those 5 police officers that lost their lives while trying to protect what for all purposes started out to be a peaceful protest.  Photographs of the slain officers were displayed on the stage. Five empty seats  were adorned with folded U.S. flags and duty-officer hats to signify their loss.


Again, President Obama was presented with an opportunity – an opportunity to honor the fallen in the line of duty, killed for no other reason than the color of their skin and their chosen profession. It was another opportunity where President Obama could have spoken life into the message of unity, that we are stronger as a people together than we are by our labels — black people, white people, Latino people, Asian people, whatever genetic flavor you happen to be.  Again, President Obama chose instead to insist on sowing the seeds of racial discord at the memorial service of these brave police officers.

“If we are to honor these five outstanding officers, then we will have to act on the truths that we know… we’re going to have to be honest with each other and ourselves…

 We know that centuries of racial discrimination and slavery and subjugation and Jim Crow, they didn’t simply vanish at the end of lawful segregation. They didn’t just stop when Dr. King made a speech.


Rather than focusing on the remembering the officers at a service held to memorialize them and their lives, President Obama chose to defend the hate group Black Lives Matter and to further widen the racial divide.

According to the Washington Times


“We have all seen this bigotry in our lives at some point,” Mr. Obama told an audience of several hundred at a concert hall in Dallas.  None of us is entirely innocent. No institution is entirely immune. And that includes our police departments. We know this.”  President Obama has been strongly criticized in the past for his association and endorsement of the Black Lives Matter group due to the hate, discord, and unrest they sow wherever they show up.   President Obama continued stating Americans “cannot simply turn away and dismiss those in peaceful protest as troublemakers or paranoid.  We can’t simply dismiss it as a symptom of political correctness or reverse racism.”

President Obama’s ode to Black Lives Matter stands in stark contrast to another black man and his words of wisdom regarding racism in his 2005 exchange with Mike Wallace on  60 Minutes.

WALLACE: Black History Month, you find…FREEMAN: Ridiculous.


FREEMAN: You’re going to relegate my history to a month?

WALLACE: Come on.

FREEMAN: What do you do with yours? Which month is White History Month? Come on, tell me.

WALLACE: I’m Jewish.

FREEMAN: OK. Which month is Jewish History Month?

WALLACE: There isn’t one.

FREEMAN: Why not? Do you want one?

WALLACE: No, no.

FREEMAN: I don’t either. I don’t want a Black History Month. Black history is American history.

WALLACE: How are we going to get rid of racism until…?

FREEMAN: Stop talking about it. I’m going to stop calling you a white man. And I’m going to ask you to stop calling me a black man. I know you as Mike Wallace. You know me as Morgan Freeman. You’re not going to say, “I know this white guy named Mike Wallace.” Hear what I’m saying?

Yes, sir! I hear you, Mr. Freeman.  I hear your wise words loud and clear.  I just wish President Obama did.


God Bless.



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