Obama finally told the truth!

By Mychal Massie

I have been one of Obama’s harshest and most consistent critics since 2003; but I am honest, and I believe in giving credit when credit is due. Perhaps for the first time in his public life, Obama was telling the truth when during a recent BET interview he said: “[Racism] is something that is deeply rooted in our society. … when you’re dealing with something as deeply rooted as racism or bias … you’re got to have vigilance. But you have to recognize that it’s going to take some time, and you just have to be steady so you don’t give up when we don’t get all the way there.” (Dave Boyer, “Obama: Racism ‘deeply rooted’ in U.S.,” Dec. 7, 2014, Washington Times.) Racism is “deeply rooted in our society,” and nowhere is there greater evidence of this truth than beginning with Obama and his administration.

Let’s start with his wife. You don’t marry someone with whom you have nothing in common. Michelle Obama’s record of bigotry and racial animus is prolific even if one only takes into account her time at Princeton and Harvard. Then consider that Obama not only spent 20 years under Jeremiah Wright’s tutelage, but he called Wright and Michelle his “mentors and two people of greatest influence in his life.” (See “Michelle Obama’s inner demons,” WND.com, April 6, 2008)

Racism exudes from the very pores of the Obamas, and he comprised his inner-most circle with people just as racially bigoted as himself. I reference Valerie Jarrett and Eric Holder for starters.

There are those who argue Obama has exacerbated racial problems in the United States. I disagree. I say Obama has created problems where none existed, and with the deftness of an evil alchemist, he fomented a zeitgeist of unbridled black antipathy toward whites.

As he was campaigning for his first term in office, he did nothing to silence those who were using race as a bludgeon to ensure his election. His attorney general, Eric Holder, refused to bring charges against the New Black Panther Party for using nightsticks to intimidate and threaten whites away from the polls in Philadelphia. Obama ignored official requests made by myself and others that he appoint a special prosecutor to handle what even liberal icon Alan Dershowitz referred to as one of the most flagrant acts of voter intimidation in history.

Obama gave his tacit imprimatur of consent when Holder made it known he was not interested in prosecuting any civil rights cases in which the aggrieved was not black.

Obama showed his racial bias when he called the actions of the Cambridge, Mass., Police Department “stupid” even though the actions taken by the police officer were intended to insure the safety of Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates. His racial bias exacerbated tensions in Sanford, Florida, in the aftermath of the justified shooting death of Trayvon Martin. And he has openly displayed his contempt for rule of law based on color of skin pursuant to the justified police shooting of Michael Brown.

Obama and Holder have continuously dismissed criminally bad behavior when it comes to blacks and attacked grand juries and police departments for doing their jobs pursuant to upholding/enforcing the law when applied to blacks.

Obama was openly angered that the grand jury in Ferguson, Missouri, had the audacity to actually find an innocent man innocent. But during the referenced interview with BET, he shed all pretense and openly fomented disregard for the rule of law and disrespect for authority.

No one, (much less the president of the United States), appoints Al Sharpton as an adviser to help develop recommendations for improving race relations between law enforcement and blacks unless he is interested in emasculating law enforcement and fomenting racial contention.

Sharpton’s public life has been one act of racist demagoguery after another. If Obama had any integrity at all, he would reconsider the man who will forever be remembered for the Tawana Brawley farce, Freddie’s Mart, the Crown Heights riot, Howard Beach, and Bensonhurst, to mention but a very small number of racial disruptions, lies and false allegations, riots and death incited by Sharpton.

Obama was right when he said, “You just have to be steady so you don’t give up when we don’t get all the way there.” I agree, and have advocated the same thing since his election. We cannot become frustrated to the point of disillusionment and/or despair because efforts to remove Obama are not immediate. Obama will not be able to work his racially corrosive heathenism forever.

As Obama said in his BET interview, “This isn’t going to be solved overnight.” He’s right, but a good start will be when he leaves office. With him out of office the Erebusic race mongers and the cultural Marxists who provide cover for them will drain back into the abyss that spawned them.

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