Although he failed spectacularly, President Obama was once again given a golden opportunity to tamp down the racial animosity that has so thoroughly divided America.
Glozell, the green-lipstick wearing YouTube personality who somehow scored an interview with Obama, told the president she was “afraid” that the “po-po” — urban slang for police — might “shoot and kill” her husband if he goes outside wearing a hoodie.
H/T Weekly Standard
The only thing missing was Glozell jumping out of her chair, throwing her hands in the air and shouting, “Hands up, don’t shoot!”
Glozell told Obama that her husband, a retired Air Force veteran, was mad at her “because I cut all the hoods off his hoodies.”
“I understand,” Obama replied, while laughing.
“I did,” she said. “I did that for real to protect him because I’m afraid when he goes outside that somebody might shoot and kill him. And it’s not, like, regular folks. It’s the po-po. I hope that this changes.”
Adding a racial flair to her charge, Glozell then asked: “How can we bridge between black, African American males and white cops?”
Obama gave the obligatory response that there are plenty of good cops, before validating Glozell’s concerns by saying there are officers motivated by racial bias and they should be trained to “be aware of their biases ahead of time.”
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