Obama, Holder, Sharpton, Farrakhan, BLM Leaders Named in Federal Lawsuit for “Inciting Violence” Against Police

More specifically, the lawsuit alleges that these individuals have, in addition to violating law enforcement officers' civil rights, aided and abetted murder as well as promoted terrorism. If the defendants are found to be guilty, then they will have to pay a total of $2 billion in damages for what they have done.

Tracing the origins of the present unrest back to the beginning of Obama's first term, Klayman argues that the president and his allies have been actively working to undermine law enforcement for the duration of his administration. From referring to police who responded to an incident involving Henry Louis Gates, Jr. as “stupid” to meeting with the militantly anti-police leaders of Black Lives Matter, Obama has left no doubt as to where his sympathies lie:

“'The defendants…have publicly incited people to violence with the fiction that police officers and other law enforcement are intentionally and systematically targeting and hunting blacks and other minorities to kill them for no reason other than racism or sport,' the complaint said.

For that reason, Klayman contends, it’s no surprise that former Army reservist Micah Johnson stated a desire to kill white police officers following the highly-publicized deaths of two black men during police interactions.

Defendants, the lawsuit says, have on more than one occasion called ‘for immediate violence and severe bodily injury or death' to be brought upon law enforcement officers throughout the nation.

‘Defendants are encouraging disaffected blacks and black Muslims to ignore, disrespect and assault law enforcement officials, and commit violence and lethal force,' the complaint says.

Furthermore, the complaint alleges that policies from the Obama/Holder Justice Department have emboldened criminals with anti-police sentiment, suggesting that more attacks will occur.”

Source: Personal Liberty



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