Friday, March 30, 2012

The Trayvon Martin Shooting Strongly Indicates that President Obama Is a Racist

In the Trayvon Martin shooting saga, there’s still a lot of confusion about exactly what happened.

Some sources say that George Zimmerman was bloodied and bruised when he shot his teenaged assailant. Others claim that Martin was innocently walking along until Zimmerman gunned him down.

Obviously the two stories can’t both be true, and more details need to be fleshed out before a final verdict is made. But thanks to these unfortunate circumstances, one thing is once again pretty darn clear: The growing evidence that President Obama is probably a racist.

Offensive and/or shocking though that observation might be, it’s difficult to come to any other conclusion at this point. From his election bid all the way up to the present, America has gotten clue after clue that Barack Hussein Obama (mmm… mmm… mmm…) judges people by the color of their skin instead of the content of their character.

Need a list? Here’s one right off of the top of my head… no research required:
  1. During the 2008 presidential elections, it came out that then-Senator Obama had a very close relationship with one Reverend Jeremiah Wright, a man who officiated at Obama’s wedding and baptized his children. The President also attended Wright’s Black Liberation Theology-centered church for a decent decade or two, where the Reverend preached how “America’s chickens are coming home to roost” the Sunday after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and urged his congregation to say “God damn America” essentially because white people are rotten. (For further proof of Wright’s racism, click here.)
  2. In July 2009, another one of Obama’s dubious friends, Harvard University Professor Henry Louis Gates, was arrested after he was caught trying to break into his own home. It should have been an easily explainable situation. But when the police arrived on the scene, Gates screamed racism with such belligerent vehemence that he got himself arrested. Hearing about the situation, Obama’s immediate response was: “I don't know, not having been there and not seeing all the facts, what role race played in that [Gates case], before launching into a commentary on how race is still synonymous with oppression in America. He later had to drink his words in a “Beer Summit” after all the facts finally surfaced.
  3. 3. In February 2012, he launched “African Americans for Obama,” a reelection campaign strategy aimed solely at only one of the nation’s racial component, heavily implying throughout it that only a black man such as himself could enforce equality.
And then most recently, his unnecessary attention to Trayvon Martin, an African-American teen taken by violence in a giant country that sees crimes committed every day. Yes, the accusation is that the killing was racially motivated. But what about the international incident last year, where an African-American teen murdered two British tourists, both Caucasian? Apparently, neither President Obama nor any members of his staff sent even the barest form of condolences to those families, even though it would have made more sense considering the delicacy of international relationships.

Yet when it comes to a media-described “white” Hispanic shooting a black teen, President Obama is all about stepping out to say something singularly stupid like, “You know, if I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon,” essentially declaring that all black people look alike.

I mean really, how racist can you get?

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