Fox News host Jeanine Pirro called out President Obama on Saturday night for his legacy of race baiting.
Pirro castigated the president for stoking “the flames of racial hatred, resentment and divineness” and for taking “sides based not on facts but on color.”
“Why is it they we only hear from him when death involves a person of color?” Pirro asked.
Pirro cited Obama’s different public responses to the deaths of Michael Brown, the Ferguson, Mo., teenager fatally shot during a street confrontation with a police officer on Aug. 9 and photojournalist James Foley, who was beheaded by Islamist terrorists 10 days later.
“James Foley, an American who never committed a crime and was beheaded, is nothing more than a blip in the president’s golf game,” she said. “Mr. President, why do you send a White House official to Brown’s funeral but no one to James Foley’s memorial service?”
Pirro cited several cases where Obama seemed to take sides almost immediately against the cops. All cases in which the suspect was black.
The judge rhetorically asked Obama why he doesn’t teach respect for law enforcement and advise Americans to obey lawful orders rather than threatening federal civil rights investigations in so many of these cases.
“Weren’t you going to reverse the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman case, with a federal investigation? What happened to that one?” Pirro asked.
She lambasted Obama for giving credibility to race hustlers like Al Sharpton and for blaming race while not addressing the actual issues of criminal behavior, low education, broken family structure and the poverty rate of black Americans.
“Mr. President you seem to forget, you weren’t just elected by one group, you were elected by all of us, Republicans and Democrats, blacks and whites,” she said. “Why don’t you act like you’re the president of all of us?”
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