I am so sickened by our president. Obama divider in chief.
It seems everyday there is a new comment, speech, or action by our president that leaves me shaking my head and feeling embarrassed.
He should be embarrassed that he could not control himself during a memorial service for the brave and honorable officers that gave their lives to protect the freedoms of a group of protesters.
Protesters, that at other events, had called for the death of cops.
He should be embarrassed that he would use their memorial service to continue to paint an ugly picture of our past, instead of just honoring those officers for their service.
He should be embarrassed, but, instead he leaves us embarrassed once again.
Obama Divider in Chief
Yesterday, during a memorial service for the 5 officers that lost their lives, President Obama took the opportunity to once again be the divider in chief.
Bill O’Reilly is absolutely correct that in order to move forward we have to stop drudging up the past injustices. We have to accept the past for what it is, the past, and move on.
Our president seems to be unable to do this, only throwing fuel on the fire of hate, time and time again. He just could not control himself.
He had to interject his personal racial grievance attitude into an event that had nothing to do with that. You should be ashamed Mr. President. But, since you certainly won’t be, we will have to be ashamed for, and, of you.
By contrast, let’s take a look at how former President GW Bush memorialized these brave men.
Is that not a much more fitting tribute? Much more fitting than the divisive rhetoric of grievance that President Obama spewed on the crowd and the nation.
We all know that there is much work to be done regarding race relations and justice. But, Mr. President, please don’t dishonor the sacrifices of these brave men, or others with your divisive rhetoric.
You Mr. President, have squandered the best chance that any president has ever had to bring unity to this nation. Instead, at every turn, you continue to drive wedges between the people.
You should be ashamed Mr. President.
Since you won’t be. It leaves the rest of us to be ashamed for, and, of you.