The anti-police sentiment that has been running rampant in this country and spawned the Black Lives Matter black supremacist movement that has terrorized communities can be traced back to the early days of Obama’s presidency. Obama’s friend, Professor Henry Gates, was arrested by the Cambridge police. The police were responding to a 911 call that reported men breaking and entering into a residence. When police encountered Gates, he refused to provide identification or proof of residence. It was at that point that he was arrested.
Without knowing all the facts, Barack Obama went into race hustler mode and commented that the Cambridge police had acted stupidly. From then on, blacks followed Obama’s anti-police lead. The anti-police movement has gotten so out of control that some people are demanding that police departments to defunded and dismantled.
So, perhaps it should not surprise anyone that Barack Obama would extend a personal invitation to a professor who is not only actively anti-Second Amendment and the director of Nebraskans Against Gun Violence, but also went on a vulgar anti-police and anti-NRA rant on Facebook just one day before Obama’s invitation to meet him.
Amanda Gailey is an associate professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. After a grand jury in Cleveland decided not to indict the police officer in the death of Tamir Rice, Gailey went on a profanity-laced rant against all police and the NRA, words that obviously won Obama’s approval since one day later, she received her personal invitation to meet the anti-Constitution, anti-freedom wanna-be dictator Obama.
Last year, Barack Obama’s oldest daughter Malia posted a picture of herself on Instagram wearing a t-shirt promoting a hip-hop group that is anti-cop with vulgar lyrics that talk about “slaughtering pigs.”
It looks like an anti-police officer sentiment runs deep in the Obama White House.
h/t BizPac Review