President Obama cut his European trip short to “bring people together.”
But the “people” he wants to bring together may not include everyone.
— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) July 8, 2016
Step one of the president’s plan to unify is to host the “task force” he created after the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missourri, where the false “hands up don’t shoot” narrative was born.
He said he planned to build on the task force by bringing in “law enforcement and community activists and civil rights leaders.”
— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) July 9, 2016
But when White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest was asked if representatives from the National Rifle Association would be invited he didn’t have an answer.
— Philip Crowther (@PhilipinDC) July 11, 2016
And it’s unlikely that they will be considering that Earnest also characterized people who opposed the president’s gun control ideas as “dangerous.”
.@PressSec calls opposition to WH’s gun control agenda “dangerous” & “does increase the risk that innocent people face”
— Juliet Eilperin (@eilperin) July 11, 2016
Way to bring everyone together Barry.
— Jeff G (@powercatjeffy71) July 11, 2016
Glad to see the administration is toning down its rhetoric in light of recent events. Oh, wait… Divisive as ever. https://t.co/eYYaL8IBHm
— Christy Lynn (@ChristyLynnLSU) July 11, 2016
— #Capitalist Ramses (@niebais1) July 11, 2016
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