Obama Can’t Figure Out Why Guy Who Said He Wanted To Kill White Cops Killed White Cops

President Obama is struggling to understand why a racist black guy killed white cops. Really?!

CNN reported,

“Obama said the motives of the killer in Dallas were “very hard to untangle” but called the shooter “demented” and downplayed the potential political motivations he may have carried.”

Obama said,

“I think the danger is that we somehow suggest that the act of a troubled individual speaks to some larger political statement across the country. It doesn’t. When some white kid walks into a church and shoots a bunch of worshipers who invite him to worship with them, we don’t assume that somehow he’s making a political statement.”

He also chose to tie in gun control. Because it wouldn’t be Obama if he didn’t use a tragedy to rail against gun ownership. He said,

“When it comes to the issue of gun safety, there is polarization between a very intense minority, and a majority of Americans who actually think that we could be doing better when it comes to gun safety.”

Apparently it is difficult for the President to understand why a man who hated white people wanted to kill white cops. It takes a special kind of stupid to be confused about that.

Micah Johnson was revealed to have killed police officers in retaliation for the deaths of two black men in Louisiana and Minnesota. That took less than a few days to figure out for the local police department. Yet this Ivy League grad who runs the free world still can’t grasp this oh so difficult topic.

Obama’s point is that we shouldn’t blame all black people for the actions of one deranged black guy. I absolutely agree. But that is mighty hypocritical considering he likes to blame all gun owners and try to strip law abiding citizens of their legal right to bear arms every time a maniac decides to shoot up an establishment.

He’s got quite the double standard going.

H/T Downtrend

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