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Obama’s “LEGACY” Marred by Targeted Police Shootings, But He Has One Surprise Left

When Obama came to office in 2009, he made a ton of promises that he just wasn’t able to keep. One of those promises was to “unite” the country and people and to never divide. I think it’s is pretty safe to say he failed. Not only has Obama been the BIGGEST race baiter, he has cost many American’s their lives needlessly as a result. The targeted Police attacks are just more proof of his failings as Potus and he took the time to ENCOURAGE it saying, it’s all a form of FREE SPEECH.

Obama has done NOTHING for this country by IGNORING targeted violence and certainly not for the families of murdered Police Officers.

The Point reports:

Obama created the widest gulfs in recent memory between parties and supporters of those parties. And he hasn’t stopped at political divisions. He’s also divided us socially, sending emissaries to the funerals of Michael Brown and Freddie Gray while ignoring the deaths of police officers in the line of duty.

Now, as protests rage throughout the country against Donald Trump’s election and police officers are being targeted again by hoodlums, the president is staying silent — or, in some cases, actively encouraging the chaos.

We’ve seen protests turn violent in cities like New York and Portland. In Chicago, a Trump supporter was beaten by a group of men who tried to carjack him, according to WLS-TV. Yet, listen to President Obama and he believes that this is all part of democracy and encouraged the protesters to keep on keeping on.

“I’ve been the subject of protests during the course of my eight years,” Obama said in Germany on Thursday, according to Politico. “And I suspect that there’s not a president in our history that hasn’t been subject to these protests. So, I would not advise people who feel strongly or who are concerned about some of the issues that have been raised during the course of the campaign, I wouldn’t advise them to be silent.”

He also called the brutal protests against the exercise of democracy a form of free speech.

“I can say across Europe that many principles that have been taken for granted here around free speech and around civil liberties and an independent judiciary and fighting corruption — those are principles that, you know, not perfectly but generally we have tried to apply not just in our own country but also with respect to our foreign policy,” Obama said.

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