Obama always believes there is political advantage to be gained from a crisis, and this latest massacre of police officers is no exception. And his latest proposal to federalize local police forces in order to indoctrinate, or as Obama would say, to “train” the police to follow orders from Washington is indicative of that objective. There could not be a worse idea, but for Obama, all things must emanate from the center.
“I want to start moving on constructive actions that are actually going to make a difference,” he said during his evening press conference in Poland when he was asked about the Dallas attack.
Those actions, he said, would be based on the recommendations of the panel that he picked after the 2014 street riots in Ferguson, Missouri. The panel offered “practical concrete solutions that can reduce — if not eliminate — the problems of racial bias,” Obama said.
From the commander in chief who has dramatically made the racial landscape in the U.S. worse, in fact as bad or worse than the 1960's, it is simply outlandish that he now suggests that by directing police from Washington, we can eliminate problems of racial bias. No mention was made of the black culture and its antagonism and confrontational attitude towards authority of any kind.
Obama began touting the panel’s recommendations in March 2015. The report, titled “President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing Report,” was published in May 2015.
The report urges the federal government to federalize police training and practices, via the use of federal lawsuits, grants and threats to cut federal aid. So far, Obama’s deputies have cajoled and sued more than 30 police jurisdictions to adopt federal rules in a slow-motion creation of a national police system, similar to the slow-motion creation of a federal-run health-sector via Obamacare.
Obama also used the press conference to insulate his federalized police program — and his allies in the Black Live Matter movement — from popular rejection after the five police were murdered by the anti-cop African-American in Dallas.
Obama has blamed police for the actions of Black Lives Matter and other black criminal groups, never suggesting that these groups might have even a tiny bit of responsibility for the upheavals.
“The danger is that we somehow think the act of a troubled person speaks to some larger political statement across the country — it doesn’t,” Obama insisted.
Obama shrugged off growing criticism that his own anti-cop statements helped trigger the shootings in Dallas and several other cities on Thursday and Friday. “It is very hard to untangle to motives of this [Dallas] shooter … you have a troubled mind … what feeds it, what sets it off, I’ll leave that to psychologists and people who study these kinds of incidents.”
Obama has encouraged and supported these black criminals. The killings in Texas, though committed by one black man, were followed by dancing in the streets by other blacks and a torrent of social media comments calling for further violence and applauding the actions of the black killer. That is not just evidence of troubled minds, it is a clear sign of violent, sick racism held by many blacks towards whites.
Although many people on both sides of the political spectrum had high hopes that Obama could somehow bridge the divide of racial animosity in this country, it turns out that he is basically just a community organizer, which means someone who stirs up trouble in the community and the black neighborhoods.
His solutions never include suggesting that the black community has a major part to play in healing the rift in society, and although Obama, along with the black community, the main stream media, and the Democrats want to focus on supposed bias of police and society against blacks, the much bigger problem is black on black violence and the disaster that is inner city black violence in places run by Democrats.
There is a fundamental problem with black society and culture that is evident across the board, but Obama would prefer to blame the police. That he would return to his tired play book of blaming police only a day or two after eleven police officers were gunned down and five of them killed is a sad commentary on Obama's biases and racist orientation.