MORE LIES! With DAYS Left in Office, Obama Just Can’t Stop the Lies!
When asked about the question of race relations, President Obama said that race relations are better now than they ever have been.
“I am absolutely convinced that race relations on the whole are actually better now than they were 20 years (ago),” Obama said, as ABC’s George Stephanopoulos interrupted him:
“Better now?” Stephanopoulos asked Obama in an interview taped on Friday for ABC’s “This Week.”
Obama agreed it was better now, but blamed videos of events for focusing people’s attention on various cases as in the case of the Chicago special needs torture victim.
“And, well, it was horrific,” Obama agreed. “And that’s an example of something that — it’s not as if that’s the first time that a hate crime has taken place in this country.
Hate crimes have been taking place for hundreds of years in this country, but it’s there on video. And the– the– the sort of seeing cruelty and callousness of that sort from young people is heartbreaking.
And so naturally if you see a video like that you’re going to say to yourself, ‘My God, this is horrible,’ and — and rightfully so.
It’s hard to point to anyone else who believes that race relations have improved under Obama.
With cities like Ferguson, Baltimore and Milwaukee blowing up, primarily because of false information pushed by groups like Black Lives Matter, race relations are at a critical point.
The picture above is actually a good reason why. You see Obama sitting down with Valerie Jarrett and Al Sharpton, two people not shy about promoting this divisive narrative.
Here’s another picture of Obama meeting with Black Lives Matter organizer, Brittany Packnett.
President Obama has also met with many others from Black Lives Matter, such as Deray Mckesson and Johnetta Elzie.
If you cater to those who cause chaos, one might actually think that you wanted the chaos that resulted…