Is Obama Partially Responsible for Ferguson Riots?

On Monday evening, the nation witnessed a television image of Obama calling for calm in Ferguson on one half of the television screen, while the other half showed violence.  It was another symbol of Obama's failed leadership not only in the African-American community, but the entire nation.

First, it is important to note that Obama's speech about the grand jury decision was not only relevant, but thoughtful and passionate.  But it comes a little too late.  After all, it was Obama who sent Attorney General Eric Holder to Ferguson to side with the Brown family before any relevant facts were proven.  It was Eric Holder who personalized the case, claiming he was a black man who experienced discrimination while meeting with the protestors.  Mr. Holder has every right to talk about his bad experiences, but not as the attorney general in a case that needs as much objectivity as possible.

Over the past year, Obama has chosen Race Exploiter in Chief Al Sharpton to be his leading man on race relations.  We are talking about the same guy who inflamed anti-Semitic riots in the early 1990s.  We are also talking about the man who was the mastermind behind the biggest race hoax in American history with the infamous Tawana Brawley case.  It is the equivalent of choosing Mel Gibson as ambassador to Israel.

It was clear from day one that the mainstream media, Barack Obama, Eric Holder, Al Sharpton, and others used Ferguson to fulfill their own agenda of division, political corruption, and cash.  Now, they are seeing the fruit of their labors as violence ignites.  Seeing black people burn buildings and loot stores gives fuel to racists who always believed that blacks were inferior and behave like animals.  Thanks to Obama and his gang, real future civil rights violations and police brutality will have a "cry wolf" syndrome.