While they wage war on cops, Black Lives Matter thugs get welcome at the White House

The Obama administration continues its stellar tradition of embracing the most radical elements of American society.

Amid the media glare of the second Republican primary presidential debate, several members of the increasingly violent Black Lives Matter movement were welcomed with open arms late Wednesday at the White House.

President Obama’s senior adviser Valerie Jarrett met with activists from the hate group behind much of the vicious anti-cop rhetoric that has erupted across America, even though President Barack Obama has yet to speak out on the growing number of law enforcement officers being gunned down in recent weeks.

Not only did Jarrett meet with the activists, she took selfies with them and expressed her appreciation on social media afterwards, saying: “Great meeting, Brittany. Truly appreciate your leadership!!”

Those in attendance included Phil Agnew of the Dream Defenders; DeRay Mckesson, Brittany Packnett, and Johnetta Elzie of Campaign Zero; and Jamye Wooten, an organizer for Baltimore United for Change, according to Buzz Feed.

Perhaps best known among the race agitators is Mckesson, who played a key role in pushing the “hands up, don’t shoot” lie. Be it Baltimore, Ferguson, Missouri, or McKinney, Texas, Mckesson can be found on the ground driving racial discord wherever there is civil unrest.

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We last heard from him in August when he erroneously claimed on social media that the black man who killed two white journalists in Virginia was white himself.

Not to be outdone, Mckesson got his own selfie with Jarrett, and posted a photo from an earlier meeting with Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders.

Perhaps cops have good reason to feel the need to be looking over their shoulders.

Tom Tillison

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The longest-tenured writer at BizPac Review, Tom grew up in Maryland before moving to Central Florida as a young teen. It is in the Sunshine State that he honed both his passion for politics and his writing skills.
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