Friday, January 6, 2017

Barack Obama finally responded to the torture in Chicago, but what he said is absolutely unacceptable and completely contradicts the views of the majority of Americans.

Obama spoke to ABC News and said, “I promise you, for the most part, race relations have gotten better.”

When pressed on the Chicago torture he did say, “Oh it’s terrible.”

However, what he followed up with is even worse:

“Part of what technology allows us to see now is the terrible toll that racism and discrimination and hate takes on families and communities. But that’s part of how we learn and how get better.”

What?!? How is seeing despicable racist acts committed by Black Lives Matter followers in Dallas, Texas where they gunned down five police officers make us better? How is the torture of the young man in Chicago make us better?

This is insane. This is like saying a terrorist attack makes us better. No it doesn’t. It makes us worse because we have lost wonderful, beautiful lives or psychologically destroyed them for absolutely no reason other than hate.

Listen to Obama. It’s disgusting.

And on his point about race relations getting better? He’s completely off. Mainstream media polls (for what they are worth) disprove his point. Washington Post/ABC News poll showed that “more than 6 in 10 adults say race relations are generally bad, and a majority say they are getting worse.”

But that isn’t the only poll. A CNN/ORC poll shows that “54% of Americans think race relations between blacks and whites have become worse.”

And a Gallup poll shows “77% of Americans see the country as divided, with just 21% feeling America is united.”

And under whose Presidency did this happen? Barack Obama’s! He is directly responsible for the break down in race relations and the increasing violence in America.

Thank God, in less than two weeks, he will no longer be able to destroy America from within!

Share if you are DISGUSTED and APPALLED at Barack Obama’s response to the Chicago Torture!

H/T: InfoWars

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