Jeanine Pirro: Why Is It That We Only Hear From Obama When A Death Involves A Black Person?

Now that the meaning of the Michael Brown fiasco has sunk in – a lot of people can no longer deny the truth and are going on the record finally to call out Obama as the racial demagogue he is.

Judge Jeanine Pirro is the latest of many and as usual didn’t mince words in excoriating Emperor Obama of the Community Organized Republic, for fanning the flames of racial hatred and divisiveness.

“Tonight, Americans once hopeful that after electing the first African American president, the issue of race would be a thing of the past, are left with Barack Obama, who stokes the flames of racial hatred, resentment and divisiveness, Pirro began. “A man who instead of healing the nation and overcoming any racial divide, prefers to take sides based not on facts but on color – to prejudge situations based not on sworn testimony and evidence, but conjecture and a one size fits all resentment.”

Pirro then asked a question a lot of white Americans have been silently wondering: “Now every young American who loses his life should be a concern to the man in the White House, but why is it that we only hear from him when the death involves a person of color?”

She continued, “James Foley, an American who never committed a crime and was beheaded is nothing more than a blip in the president’s golf game. Mr. President why do you send white house official to brown’s funeral but no one to James Foley’s memorial service.”

“Mr. President, you say we need trust between police and the African-American community, police need to be sensitive to minority concerns,” Pirro said.  “Well, how about you teach respect for those who put their lives on the line every day, for those who protect us, for those who are the one line of defense against an otherwise barbaric and chaotic society?”

Still addressing Obama she declared,  “you fan the flames of resentment, trumpeting your own investigation that you could have completed by now, only prolonging the anger, suggesting, ‘yes, folks, this is yet another white injustice and I’m going to reverse with a federal civil rights investigation’ when you know there isn’t a smidgen, your word, of evidence to support the claim of that. Weren’t you going to reverse the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman case, with a federal investigation what happened to that one? Nothing, absolutely nothing.”

She also slammed Obama for scheming with the moral degenerate Al Sharpton while ignoring massive issues plaguing the black community.

She concluded with a rhetorical question posed to the Community Organizer in Chief;  “Why don’t you act like you’re the president of all of us?

(Answer: Because he never considered himself to be the president of all of us. Some of us he considers his enemies.)

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If you need a palette cleanser after Pirro’s first guest (I stopped watching after about a minute), her next guest was Milwaukee’s great Sheriff David Clarke – who has been making clear in recent days his absolute disgust with Eric Holder.

 SEE ALSO: 

Andrew McCarthy, NRO: What’s Really Going on with Holder’s Civil-Rights Crusade against Police Departments

You may recall that the tide of rampant crime in New York City was turned when, under Mayor Rudy Giuliani, the police began cracking down on minor offenses — not untaxed cigarette sales but real violations that had nearly destroyed the city’s quality of life. What ensued was a miraculous transformation, with the Big Apple becoming the safest big city in America.

That policing model is under attack now — just as the NYPD’s extraordinarily successful counterterrorism model has been undermined by Obama’s Homeland Security Advisory Council. As Holder was making his Cleveland splash, Bill de Blasio, New York City’s hard-left mayor, opportunistically — and in the absence of any evidence — pointed to Garner’s death as proof that “the way we go about policing has to change. . . . People need to know that black lives and brown lives matter as much as white lives.”

Holder announced that the Justice Department, which is already monitoring the NYPD, will conduct a civil-rights investigation into Garner’s death. Yes, that’s how it always starts.

Meanwhile, Seattle has been making announcements, too. It seems crime in the Emerald City has been skyrocketing since the Justice Department came in to, er, help. Homicides up 21 percent, car theft up 44 percent, aggravated assaults up 14 percent, and so on.

Welcome to Change: produced and directed by the Obama Justice Department and coming soon to a town near you.

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4 thoughts on “Jeanine Pirro: Why Is It That We Only Hear From Obama When A Death Involves A Black Person?

  1. Unfortunately, ND, you just barely touched on the real question that plagues our nation and is ignored by both our racist prez and the racist haters instigating all the troubles now with the protests: The deaths, while upsetting and of some importance, are nothing compared to the problems of minority communities, especially the black communities, such as outrageous abortion rates, early teen pregnancy rates, single-parent households, black-on-black criminalities (especially murder), and the list goes on and on.

    Why are these things not addressed by the likes of Big Al, The (ir)Rev, and Zero?

    Because maybe, just maybe, if those problems were really addressed (with community solutions, not guvmint edict and cronyism) those whose livelihoods depend upon racial discord (yes, I’m including you in that number, Mr. President) would have to go out and find real jobs.

    But that will never happen as long as Democraps depend upon victimhood for its very existence.

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  2. It is unfortunate that no cause aside from white anti-black discrimination is deemed acceptable by the media and liberal class. Eric Holder clamors that we need to have a national discussion about race. However until and unless the self anointed elite are open to something other than white anti black violence, such a discussion would be utterly pointless.

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