Obama denounces Obama for race baiting and divisiveness; social media jumps in


President Obama tried to have his cake and eat it too, blasting politicians and the media for focusing on “the sensational and controversial,” as if he himself hasn’t done that for the last seven years.

In a speech to the International Association of Police Chiefs in his native Chicago Tuesday, Obama said he rejects any narrative that “seeks to divide police and communities they serve.”

The president said it was “a narrative that too often gets served up to us by cable news seeking ratings, tweets seeking retweets, or political candidates seeking some attention.”

This, from the same person who was rejected by relatives of victims of the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, along with the local sheriff, for standing “on the corpses of our loved ones, to make some kind of political point.”

Frequent Fox News contributor Sheriff David Clarke tweeted that the speech was “propaganda.”

Even before he delivered the speech, Twitter users reacted with jaw-dropping disbelief at Obama’s lack of self-awareness.

It’s obvious to everyone that the president is playing both sides of the issue, while cops are being targeted.

Perhaps Obama should have used the opportunity to denounce himself for politicizing and sensationalizing racial tensions.


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