Another Obama Success Story: Race Relations Under First Black President At Worst Level Since ’92 LA Riots

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Has anyone else stopped to ask “what the heck happened to America since Obama took office?” I don’t remember racism being a hip trend since the 1992 riots in LA when police dropped about 900 elbows on Rodney King from the top rope, then LA went ballistic, and after that everyone became calm.

People pulled Reginald Denny from his work truck and beat him because he was white.

Then 9/11 happened and people united even more. I cannot remember a single time that I personally experienced racism in my network of peers, work, community, etc. I can’t remember reading about friends citing it on Facebook or Twitter. I don’t hear anything about the KKK. I haven’t heard, seen, or read anything about racism in years.

The majority of racism went away many years ago. After the LA riots and 9/11, it was time to put the idiocy away and realize that we’re all human. If we act like good people, then we’re good people and it doesn’t matter what color we are.

Then Obama comes along, gets himself into the White House and tries to be President. Obama and the mainstream media have brought racial tension, racism, and a divide among cultures BACK to America.

Obama won’t admit it, but I think he’s little bit racist. The mainstream media makes every white on black thing a racism issue, even when it’s not. There’s so many crimes in America that they can’t all possibly be racist. However, if it’s not racist, then the mainstream media won’t get ratings. So what happens is the media creeps lurk upon every crime that involves people of multiple color. If there’s a white cop who is involved with a black criminal (alleged), then the mainstream media makes it racist. Add a topping of the modern day KKK to the mix, known as Black Lives Matter, and you have the ingredients for a racially divided country. Everything about that is nonsense.

Racism was gone.

Obama and the mainstream media brought it back.

We were fine without both of them.

GATEWAY PUNDIT – Sixty-nine percent of Americans say race relations are generally bad, one of the highest levels of discord since the 1992 riots in Los Angeles during the Rodney King case, according to the latest New York Times/CBS News poll.

 

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