Obama’s racial warfare
Obama continues his legacy of racial politics. His record shows him sowing seeds of racism as he continues his mission to divide and conquer America by igniting racial tensions.
Obama airs a message at the 2012 “Made in America” music festival put on by hip hop mogul Jay Z. In 2010, Jay Z came under fierce scrutiny when he and his entourage would not allow white people to attend his BRIT’s music awards party based on the color of their skin.
In 2009, Obama nominated [Sonia] Sotomayor to the Supreme Court. Sotomayor has a long history of denying civil rights to white Americans. Sotomayor denied civil rights to white males in Ricci v. DeStefano, which was later overturned by the Supreme Court.
In 2008, the Black Panther Party was accused of threats and voter intimidation aimed at white voters at a Pennsylvania polling station. The president responds by telling his legal attack dog Eric Holder not to prosecute the people engaged in these acts.
Obama and his liberal media attack Republicans and conservatives and label them as the racist party. It is Obama who is using racial politics to try to win another election and further divide this country.
Brandon J. Godboldt
From the Sept. 19-25, 2012, issue
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