Almost from the very beginning of Obama’s presidency, it was clear that he was going to be a pro-suspect and an anti-cop president. He and Holder planted the anti-cop seeds and nurtured them to maturity; the greatest example being the way they dealt with the Michael Brown case. Obama and Holder bought the false narrative, “hands up don’t shoot”, and decided it was an example of nationwide police misbehavior. Instead of saying to arrestees, “If you obey the police officer’s commands, you won’t get hurt”, they decided the police officers needed to be re-trained, or replaced. In other words, they were saying, “It’s okay to resist arrest, but it’s not okay to forcibly make an arrest. A cop can only arrest someone who is willing to be arrested.” Say what? Really?
Something that had not previously been a systemic problem suddenly became the personal ‘desktop’ for many in the black community. For those who were seeking ‘victimhood’, this was their opportunity to blame police oppression for all their problems. Spokespersons for various black organizations, or movements, coming on TV talk shows and describing what it’s like to be pulled over for ‘driving while black’ has grown tiresome. They’ve worn that one out. They can’t prove it ever actually happened to them, and no one can prove it hasn’t, but I think a lot of this stuff is pure fabrication; just my opinion.
So, all of this ugliness happening in the sports venues can be laid at the feet of Barack Hussein Obama; he planted the seeds of division and convinced people of color that they are victims of oppression, and they’re acting out. Obama’s legacy? Lasting Oppression.