Obama: ‘We Cannot Deny the Legacy of Racism’ in Our Justice System

Obama: ‘We Cannot Deny the Legacy of Racism’ in Our Justice System

As the nation’s first African-American president, Barack Obama was supposed to heal race relations. Instead, he made them worse — but he’s still acting like he managed to make everything better.

Black Lives Matter was formed to protest racism in Obama’s justice system. Under his leadership, several unarmed black men were shot and killed by police officers. Many of those police officers escaped charges, leading many on the left to accuse the courts of predetermined biases against black men.

Strangely, Obama seems to agree. Despite being in charge, he thinks institutional racism has plagued justice system. But he doesn’t think that’s his fault. According to the president, the courts have always been racist, and will continue to be for many years.

See Obama’s latest comments on race and the justice system on the next page:

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