To the Black Activist in Chief who is illegally occupying the White House, black activists feel emboldened to take their racist hatred out on police and white people. Don’t forget that before his election in 2008, Barack Obama marched with leaders of the New Black Panthers that were videoed while intimidating voters in the 2008 election. When the Justice Department was preparing to take them to trial, orders were given to drop all charges.
These are the same New Black Panthers that placed a bounty on the head of George Zimmerman, dead or alive, after the Trayvon Martin incident. Obama never condemned their actions nor were any charges brought against them by Obama’s Justice Department.
These are the same New Black Panthers that have been protesting any police shooting of a black person, but remain silent every time police shoot a white person. They are supportive of disruptive protests against police and even have condoned violence against any and all law enforcement officers.
To begin with, the most racist activist organization in America at this time is Black Lives Matter. The very name, Black Lives Matter implies that no other racial, ethnic or social lives matter, just black.
The day before five Dallas police officers were murdered and a number of others wounded, the Black Student Association at Texas Tech University, tweeted:
“All lives don’t matter …
“White lives don’t matter …
“Blue lives don’t matter …
Chad Hasty, a talk show host on KFYO News out of Lubbock, Texas, home to Texas Tech, blasted the tweet, Obama and Texas Tech, saying:
“This is the kind of crap you see on college campuses. This is the kind of stuff President Obama needs to talk about. …
“Texas Tech University, they need to do something about this … Because I guarantee you, if it was any, any kind of young Republican, young conservative, college Republican, student government association that had tweeted out about Black Lives Matter, the university would take swift action.”
The day after the tweet was made was the day the murders of the Dallas police officers happened. It was also the day that Hasty and KFYO were notified by someone associated with Teas Tech’s Young Conservatives that the members of their group now know that all lives matter.
The Twitter account of the Black Student Association was closed after the tweet and deaths in Dallas. However, they opened a new account which never contained an apology or retraction for the original racist hate filled post.
I have to agree with Hasty when he said if anyone other than a black group posted or tweeted anything half as racist or hateful against blacks as the Texas Tech Black Student Association tweeted about white and cops, the university would have taken swift action. Chances are had any other non-black association made such a tweet against blacks, every black activist and liberal media outlet would have jumped on all of it and everyone would have heard about it, but nothing nationally was said about the Texas Tech tweet.
I believe that most of this division leads directly back to the double standards set by Obama over the past seven years. A nation’s leader is supposed to be the example for the people follow and following him they are.