In response to President Barack Obama‘s reaction to a black man sympathetic to the Black Lives Matter movement killing five cops in Dallas, former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino said law enforcement is “done” with the president.
Bongino, a former NYPD officer, appeared on “Fox & Friends” Friday morning and ripped into Obama for pushing gun control. The president said “when people are armed with powerful weapons, unfortunately it makes it more deadly and more tragic, and in the days ahead we are going to have to consider those realities as well.”
“I’m done with President Obama, and frankly, so are my law enforcement friends,” he said. “I literally don’t have one law enforcement friend on the federal, state or local level who has anything nice to say [about the president].”
Bongino noted that Obama contradicts himself.
“It is interesting when he gives these speeches, he opens them up saying the facts matter, let’s wait for the facts,” he said. “He has no facts on this yet, and he goes right to gun control… It’s just incredible. And he goes on to say ‘This is an American problem.’ What is an American problem? We do not even know what happened.”
He also condemned Obama’s stance against police officers in cases involving alleged racism.
“Are we not even willing to give police officers the benefit of the doubt?” Bongino asked. “We’re willing to paint with a broad brush. He doesn’t even have the facts. It is incredible.”
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