(National Sentinel)Â Race Baiter: Frankly, we’ve never seen two people who were more focused on a person’s skin color than Barack and Michelle Obama.
From his first days in the Oval Office, the former president made race an issue when he criticized a white police officer for arresting a black Harvard professor — one of Barack’s former professors and a friend, Henry Louis Gates — because the cop had gotten a call that someone was attempting to break into a home. “The police acted stupidly,” Obama famously said — evenÂ beforeÂ he had all of the information regarding the incident.
It only got worse from there. Every high-profile incident involving encounters between black men and police officers was scrutinized and criticized by the former president.
The former first lady’s race-baiting is infamous as well. After Democrats began to coalesce around her husband’s first campaign for the White House in February 2008, she said, “People in this country are ready for change and hungry for a different kind of politics and â€¦ for the first time in my adult life I am proud of my country because it feels like hope is finally making a comeback.â€
AndÂ her racism has only gotten more pronounced since then. To wit:Â TuesdayÂ at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women, former first lady Michelle Obama said when she attended the State of the Union address she would notice the Republican side was â€œall men, all white,â€ and that was why she argued many people of color â€œdonâ€™t trust politics,”Â Breitbart News reported.
She explained, â€œAt the State of the Union address â€¦ when you are in the room what you can see is this real dichotomy. Itâ€™s a feeling of color almost. On one side of the room is literally gray and white. Literally, that is the color paletteÂ on one side of the room. On the other side of the room, there are yellows and blues and whites and greens. Physically, thereâ€™s a difference in color, in the tone, because on one side all men, all white, on the other side some woman, some people of color.â€
We guess the former first lady doesn’t see all the Republican women in Congress — including Utah Rep. Mia Love, who is black. Or Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina, who is black. Or Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, who is Latino. And on and on.
We’re guessing that the former first lady has forgotten that the Republican presidential field in 2016 was about as diverse as America and included a black physician, a female former CEO, Rubio, and another American of Latino descent, Sen. Ted Cruz. The Democrats, meanwhile, fieldedÂ three white people, two of whom are senior citizens.
As for why the GOP isn’tÂ more diverse, perhaps it’s because of people like the Obamas, who continually divide the country along racial and ethnic lines in their bid to trash conservatives, constitutionalists, and Republicans ofÂ any moderation.
Barack and Michelle Obama are a huge part of the problem racial tensions have only worsened since they burst onto the national scene. They areÂ not part of the solution and furthermore, they aren’t trying to be. It’s time we all understood that.
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