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Is Trump the Candidate for Racists?

Monday, November 30th, 2015

If Donald Trump’s such a racist candidate appealing to “white resentment,” why is he getting black support? From day one of his campaign announcement both liberal and conservative media outlets have been obsessed with ridiculing and dismissing the Republican presidential candidate. But now that Trump’s become the GOP frontrunner, sustaining his lead for the past five months, desperate times require desperate measures. Since all else has failed to topple Trump, news outlets have resorted to turning Trump into a dog-whistling racist – to bring about his fall.

At a recent Trump rally in Alabama, a black protestor disrupted the event, shouting “Black Lives Matter!” Two white men became annoyed and started fighting with him. The black man alleged he was repeatedly called n*gger.

I’m in no way defending racial slurs – if they were uttered – but if the protestor didn’t want a confrontation, he shouldn’t have showed up at the rally. He got exactly what he deserved. I think many people both white and black  are frustrated by what Black Lives Matter protestors are getting away with (e.g. demands on college campuses and destruction of property).

“Maybe he should have been roughed up, because it was absolutely disgusting what he was doing,” Trump later said on the Fox News Channel.

Indeed, the black protestor stirred up trouble. Yet, most of the headlines labeled all Trump supporters racist.

Donald Trump’s white fascist brigade: His rallies are now a safe space for racism— 

Donald Trump’s Campaign of White Resentment Comes to Life Before Our Eyes—

So, if Trump is just another GOP candidate appealing to a fringe racist base, as liberals have labeled him, why is he polling 3%-10% among blacks?  Perhaps blacks are considering Trump because they think Hillary will continue the failed policies of Democrat President Barak Obama, which have harmed blacks.

In the last seven years, the wealth gap between blacks and whites has grown to a chasm. In 2013, whites had accumulated 12 times as much wealth, over $134,000 compared to $11,000 for blacks.

While Obama – and Hillary, for that matter – may give lip service to the Black Lives Matter, the real issue of black jobs is absent from their rhetoric. The unemployment rate for blacks is 9.2% more than double that for whites at 4.4%.

A recent poll conducted by Survey USA found that Trump would win 25% of the percent of the black vote in a match up against Hillary Clinton. This is more than 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney ever dreamed of getting close to.

I’ve written critically about some Trump supporters who call themselves #Cuckervatives and engage in disturbing racist rhetoric. However, I don’t believe Trump is a racist or a misogynist. A Washington Post article featured numerous women who worked for the Trump Organization and raved about how fairly Trump treated them and welcomed them into real estate development (notoriously a boys’-club industry). The article got no attention from the mainstream media.

Trump is a candidate unlike any other we’ve ever seen.  The billionaire doesn’t need anyone’s money or blessing to run for president, and he’s appealing to a motley crew of Americans. Maybe it’s time for the media along with the GOP establishment to just accept that, and let the chips fall where they may—on voters.



Black Students Matter, White Students Don’t

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

White students formed the Illini White Students Union at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and were called racist. Black students across campuses nationwide form Black Lives Matter groups, holding college presidents hostage to obnoxious demands and they’re praised as activists.

The group’s Facebook page stated it was formed to discuss issues affecting whites and “organize against the terrorists, we have been facing from Black Lives Matter activists on campus.”

What’s wrong with that? Many would argue black students have been terrorizing college campuses across the country to get what they want in the name of the Black Lives Matter movement. At the University of Missouri, black students blamed racism on campus on the school’s white president. They protested, surrounded President Tim Wolfe’s car at homecoming, and about 30 black football players refused to play until Wolfe apologized for his “white privilege” and resigned. Wolfe was forced to resign.

Students at Ithaca College are trying to do the same thing to President Tom Rochon over alleged racist incidents that don’t appear racist. During a RA training session conducted two public safety officers, one officer pulled out a black BB gun and said if he saw anyone with one, he’d probably shoot him because the guns look real. The RAs of color were offended by the remark, saying it was racist even though the officer never mentioned a person of a specific race.

Another incident involved a fraternity hosting a “Preps & Crooks” party in October. The fraternity cancelled the party because some students said it was racist. Students were invited to come dressed in either “Prep” attire with “Polo shirt, button-down, backwards baseball cap, khakis or boat shoes” or “Crooks” in “bandanna, baggy sweats and a t-shirt, snapback, and any ‘bling.” The party was an expression of free speech not racism. Besides, your everyday robber doesn’t dress like a preppy. For example, the DC Police Department Twitter feed describes crime suspects as predominately black males dressed in sweat pants, skull caps, and hoodies. I guess the DC Police Department is racist too.

The Black Lives Matter movement has gone too far on college campuses. Some black college students are actively looking for opportunities to call any action on campus racist in an effort to get white school presidents fired.

“We recognize the right to free speech and we encourage you to exercise that right when you see examples of racism, discrimination or intimidation on our campus, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Interim Chancellor Barbara Wilson said. But the school asked Facebook to remove the page because it was “disturbing.”

Students behind the white students union said they felt intimidated by Black Lives Matter protestors’ “anti-white rhetoric” on campus. Is free speech only reserved for black students on college campuses? Does white privilege mean white students must suck it up and allow blacks to discriminate against them?

The Washington Post referred to one of the group’s Facebook messages as “provocative” because it urged students to post pictures of black protestors so that they would “know who anti-whites are.”

We’ll be seeing more white students form groups in a backlash to black students getting demands met using tactics of intimidation on college campuses. At Dartmouth College black students took over the library shouting Black Lives Matter, pushing and shoving other students. “The Review editorial reported that: “One female student, the editorial alleges, was pinned against a wall by demonstrators while shouting “filthy white b****!” in her face.”

“Several students interviewed by The Dartmouth reported witnessing chants including expletives, such as “F**k your white privilege” and “F**k your comfort.” When I was a college students protested in public areas on campus not the library where people studied in quiet. This kind of behavior is in no way acceptable regardless of the color of the protestors.

Black student protestors stormed Princeton University president’s office, refusing to leave until their demands were met. One included removing Democrat President Woodrow Wilson’s name from all campus buildings because of his “racist legacy.” Wilson was a professed racist and former president of Princeton. If black students felt that strongly about Wilson, perhaps they never should have attended Princeton to begin with.

In an effort to appease the black mob, liberal Princeton officials announced that its leaders of the school’s residential colleges would change their titles from master of the college to head of the college. The word master reminded black students of slavery some 150 years later. While they’re at it Princeton also should change the name of a Master’s degree to something more politically palatable to blacks.

About 30 black students occupied Virginia Commonwealth University President Michael Rao’s office. They “took over the first floor of the office on Franklin Street about 10 a.m., blocking the entrance and offices on the first floor as well as disrupting daily work,” demanding more black professors among other things. About 5% of the schools faculty is black and 15% of the student.

“You can go a whole four years talking to white people, being taught by white people and not having anything to do with black people,” sophomore Reyna Smith said. So, VCU controls who students socialize with on the weekends and outside of class time? I doubt it. If black students want a total black experience, perhaps they should attend historically black colleges and universities.

It’s fair that students want to ensure their schools hire minorities. But what black students appear to be demanding is for colleges and universities to hire black professors on no other qualification than their race to teach a racist curriculum full of white blame and shame. Of course that’s exactly what Yale University President Peter Solovey promised, announcing that Yale would create a center on race and other politically correct things over the next 5 years, costing $50 million.

Democrats’ endorsement of the Black Lives Matter movement, particularly President Barack Obama, has fueled a perception on college campuses that blacks lives matter more than white lives. Since when did Americans’ right to free speech get limited to the color of a person’s skin?

What black students should be concerned about is dismal college graduation rate for black students. Some 50 years after the Civil Rights Act was passed and affirmative action was born in America, 42% of blacks are graduating college compared to 62% of whites.

Obama the JV President

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

President Barack Obama is a politically obsessed sap, not a leader. I tweeted as much a few days ago.  In the face of the worst war on terror since 9/11, Obama would rather be a champion for Muslims than the protector-in-chief for Americans. In a press conference from the G20 Summit in Turkey, Obama spoke about ISIS, spending more time defending Islam than championing America.

“ISIL does not represent Islam,” declared Obama.  Yet, ISIS kills in the name of Islam and Allah.

“And so to the degree that anyone would equate the terrible actions that took place in Paris with the views of Islam, those kinds of stereotypes are counterproductive,” added Obama.

Despite the fact that Muslims attacked Paris, Charlie Hebdo magazine office, bombed the Boston marathon and all 19 of the 9/11 terrorists were Muslim, the President of the United States of America said terrorism isn’t a Muslim problem.  When one considers Obama’s first foreign policy speech in 2009 was given to Muslim world in Cairo – in which he apologized for American greatness – his reaction to ISIS is really no surprise.

This is a massive problem when the leader of the free world would rather side with Muslim terrorism than with his motherland’s ideals: freedom and liberty. While we know at least one of the Paris terrorists posed as a Syrian refugee to sneak into Greece, Obama said it’s “shameful” for American lawmakers to deny Syrian Muslims entry into the US. When does US national security trump Obama’s obsession with Muslims? Obama said Syrian refugees would be admitted into the US only “after subjecting them to rigorous screen and security checks.”

Assad isn’t going to give the US access to his database. If the Syrian refugees are such a low-risk group, why isn’t Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu opening his borders to them? Republican Governors of 22 states, including presidential candidates Governors Chris Christie, John Kasich and Bobby Jindal, rejected Obama’s refugee edict, based on legitimate safety and security concerns. Governors said they would not allow Syrian refugees in their states.

What’s shameful is Obama’s reaction to ISIS. The day before the attack on Paris, Obama said in media interview that ISIS was “contained.”

Since 2011 Obama has refused to take serious action to stop President Bashar Assad’s civil war, allowing ISIS to use Syria as a base and training ground for its warriors. As a result of Obama not intervening in Syria with a no-fly zone or boots on the ground in a military campaign, 6 million Syrians have been displaced and ISIS has expanded.

For the first time in his seven-year administration, White House reporters grilled Obama about his failed policy in Syria that has given rise to ISIS, the most barbaric terrorist groups since al Qaeda. Visibly annoyed by the questions from the press like:

“Isn’t it time for your strategy to change?”

“A more than year-long bombing campaign in Iraq and in Syria has failed to contain the ambition and the ability of ISIS to launch attacks in the West.  . . .And will you widen the rules of engagement for U.S. forces to take more aggressive action?”

“And I think a lot of Americans have this frustration that they see that the United States has the greatest military in the world, it has the backing of nearly every other country in the world when it comes to taking on ISIS. I guess the question is — and if you’ll forgive the language — is why can’t we take out these bastards?”

Fed up with his record being held accountable by the media, Obama lectured the press and the world on his policies.

“Well, Jim, I just spent the last three questions answering that very question, so I don’t know what more you want me to add. I think I’ve described very specifically what our strategy is, and I’ve described very specifically why we do not pursue some of the other strategies that have been suggested,” said Obama.

At one point, Obama displayed his “ideological vanity”, chiding the press “…maybe part of the reason is because every few months I go to Walter Reed, and I see a 25-year-old kid who’s paralyzed or has lost his limbs, and some of those are people I’ve ordered into battle. And so I can’t afford (this is where he paused momentarily, as if he realized he was thinking out loud – about nothing more than his legacy not the national security) to play some of the political games that others may.”

Responding to a similar question on his failed ISIS strategy, Obama added:

“All right, so this is another variation on the same question. And I guess — let me try it one last time.”

Obama said that ISIS isn’t fighting a conventional war. Nevertheless, he wasn’t going to change his strategy to fight ISIS even though his conventional, non-interventionist strategy isn’t working. Not once during the press conference did Obama declare America was at war with ISIS like French President Francois Hollande did of his country.

What’s most stunning and alarming is that Obama has no clear plan to annihilate ISIS, which has vowed to strike Washington, DC next. The world’s superpower finds itself in a very vulnerable state. America’s allies can’t count on us for leadership and neither can her citizens. We have a president whose refusal to use military force to defeat terrorists has made US and the world weaker and emboldened our enemies.

Obama first described ISIS as a JV team. Today, Obama’s looking more and more like a JV president, who is in over his head and dragging America down with him.

Why the GOP brand is broken

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

It’s time for Republicans to wake up to the reality that our brand is broken and that it has lost its Lincoln luster.

On Friday, The Washington Post reported that some in the GOP establishment are toying with the idea of drafting Mitt Romney, despite the former governor having been roundly beaten in 2012 after securing 60% of the white vote, but losing out among Asian, black and Hispanic voters.

The reason for this alleged panic? “Bewilderment,” and a party leadership that is “paralyzed” by the surge of anti-establishment candidates Donald Trump and Ben Carson, the Post reports. But if the party is bewildered, it certainly should not be surprised by these two candidates’ rise.

After all, for too long, the Republican Party has been controlled and operated by privileged white men who are out of touch with the day-to-day lives of regular voters, yet think they know what’s best for the party. Indeed, for years, the party has shut out anyone who doesn’t look and sound like the clean-cut, inside the beltway, well-educated and privileged party elites. This attitude — pervasive across all layers of the party, from the halls of Congress to statehouses, conservative think tanks to the Republican National Committee itself, has left minorities, women and non-establishment conservatives feeling unwelcomed.

The resulting, and frankly snobbish, “We know better than you” mentality that has resulted is why both Trump and Carson have become the Teflon front-runners, with the former appealing to pent up frustration over immigration and political correctness, and the latter to the evangelical base of the party.

What’s interesting is that the more the establishment tries to denigrate either candidate, the stronger both become. Now, the party establishment is upset because it seems to be losing control of the primary process. But of course this is just the problem — over the past two presidential elections, the GOP establishment has picked losing candidates, something Republican voters are fully aware of. It’s not surprising they don’t trust the establishment to pick a potential winner this time around.

The establishment fears are being compounded by a process that simply has too many candidates, and the truth is that watching all eight duke it out in Tuesday’s debate — the fourth one already — I was left wondering if any of our candidates could actually beat Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democrat nominee.

Just like 2012, the GOP has too many people running, with Gov. Scott Walker and Rick Perry so far being the only “contestants” to drop out. And even with a main and JV debate format, the top tier (if you can call it that) remains a crowded house as Trump, Carson, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Jeb Bush and Carly Fiorina all battle it out. And if it takes me a few moments just to remember the full cast of characters, imagine how voters feel?

By the time, we’re done with the scheduled Republican debates and finally pick a nominee, he or she will likely be left in tatters, and voters will be sick and tired of hearing about the party. In contrast, the Democratic National Committee only scheduled six debates, to leave Hillary Clinton’s image intact and strong for the general election.

Another misstep by an out of touch establishment. Watching the GOP debates has been like watching a beauty pageant, knowing your favorite contestant doesn’t have the talent to pull off a win. At least half the current candidates need to do the party a big favor and drop out of the race so the GOP’s ultimate nominee has a fighting chance at beating Clinton.

“They’re doing high-fives in the Clinton campaign right now when they hear this,” Bush opined in Milwaukee during this week’s debate. Yes, they are, for more reasons than one. Benghazi headlines have faded away. Clinton emerged unscathed, if not strengthened, from her testimony before the House Select Committee on Benghazi. As the front-runner for the 2016 Democrat presidential nomination, she isn’t battling a gang of contenders tearing her down.

Republicans never cease to amaze or entertain during presidential elections of late. But it seems the established order is not amused.

“I’m not a happy camper,” the Post quotes Peter A. Wish, a top fundraiser for Romney’s 2012 campaign, as saying. “I’m very worried that the Republican-base voter is more motivated by anger, distrust of D.C. and politicians and will throw away the opportunity to nominate a candidate with proven experience that can win.”

Austin Barbour, a fundraiser who the Post notes is now advising Bush, reportedly said: “If we’re not careful and we nominate Trump, we’re looking at a race like Barry Goldwater in 1964 or George McGovern in 1972, getting beat up across the board because of our nominee.” Across the board could mean not just the presidency, but the Senate, where the seats up for grabs favor the Democrats in 2016.

Of course, many establishment voices just aren’t happy that they’ve been shut out of the nomination process. But maybe it will give them a feeling for how many of us have felt for so many years.

And if the Republican Party really does have a Goldwater moment, then the elite should pat themselves on the back, because it’s their arrogance and refusal to listen to the voters — and to be far more inclusive, and broaden the party’s base past angry white men — that will have made all this possible.

University of Missouri President Forced to Resign because of his Whiteness

Tuesday, November 10th, 2015

Since when is one white man responsible for “racism” on the University of Missouri campus? Apparently, when a mob of black students, riding the Black Lives Matter movement decides he is. Amid 30 black football players threatening to boycott games unless President Tim Wolfe resigned, protests and a black graduate student going on hunger strike, Wolfe bowed to this nonsense and resigned.

In a Facebook post, graduate student Jonathan Butler wrote he was willing to starve himself to death if Wolfe didn’t resign because of the “slew of racist” incidents on campus. I’m still waiting to see this laundry list of racist events that black students feel aggrieved by. It seems there are a few isolated incidents on campus that no president black, white or otherwise could completely eradicate.

A swastiska was drawn with human feces on a bathroom wall and students protested on October 27th. Wolfe publicly decried the act and said racism wouldn’t be tolerated on campus.

In early October, while a group of black students were rehearsing a skit, a white student jumped on the stage and shouted racial slurs. A few days later, 10 black students surrounded Wolfe’s car and refused to move during the homecoming parade until police threatened to arrest them.

Because Wolfe didn’t stop to talk to the angry mob and allow protestors to possibly attack him, they issued a list of eight laughable demands, including Wolfe’s firing.

The ridiculous demands range from “Tim Wolfe must acknowledge his white male privilege,” to “inclusion curriculum” that is vetted by students and faculty of color, along with 10% increase in minority staff and faculty. Sounds like just hire people based on color – not qualifications. What exactly is an inclusion curriculum? I guess – in the name of black empowerment – they want more exploitive, left wing, Black Studies classes of inferior course work, teaching black students that whites are racist.

Perhaps Missouri’s black students would be happy if the got more classes like the one Dartmouth College offered this year, its ode to the “unarmed black teen” lie, “10 Weeks, 10 Professors: #BlackLivesMatter.”

…Or, courses offered at Princeton University this year, such as “Race Riots and Revolution” about discrimination in housing in the 1960s, and “The New Jim Crow: US Crime Policy from Constitutional Formation to Ferguson” to help students “understand the political construction of crime, colorblindness, and legitimate state violence.”

Payton Head, the president of the Missouri Student Association, said he was called a racial slur twice on campus. This isn’t nice or acceptable, but a university president can’t muzzle another student’s free speech or stop him or her from being a racist. A fellow Georgetown alum, who was a year behind me, told me about a nasty experience she had during her senior year. She was sitting outside with a black friend and their loud talking bothered a white student. He turned around and said, “I’m sick of looking at your ugly nigger faces.”

My friend didn’t blame Georgetown’s president she blamed that white racist student.

Of course the liberal media is making a big deal about the fact that 77% of the school’s 35,000 student body is white and only 7% black. Diversity does not automatically bring tolerance. I wonder if the white students feel aggrieved by the fact that some blacks getting accepted on affirmative action with lower qualifications. Of the football teams 84 players receiving scholarships, 58 are black. Some white students may feel that’s racist. Why aren’t there more white students on the football team?

Mizzou isn’t the only university or college that has been plagued by racism. And it won’t be the last, as the Washington Post reminded us.

“Nooses have been left hanging on trees at Duke University and the University of Mississippi. Students at multiple schools have hosted “blackface parties.” The University of Southern California’s student body president was called an “Indian piece of s—.” Even Yale, a supposed bastion of Ivy League etiquette, saw swastikas scribbled across its campus.”

White liberals are allowing the Blacks Lives Matter movement to manipulate them with lies and false charges. It has gotten totally out of control with people losing their jobs over nonsense.

The Missouri Students Association letter to the Board of Curators demanding Wolfe’s ouster began by stating that the school’s 2014 silence over the shooting of Michael Brown was to blame for the “increase in tension and inequality” on campus. What a crock! Michael Brown caused his own tragic death by acting like a hoodlum. Before officer Darren Wilson shot him, Brown stole cigarettes from a convenience store, roughing up the clerk in the process. Then Brown refused to comply with Wilson’s order to walk on the sidewalk, and then reached inside Wilson’s patrol car for his gun.

I’ve got a list of demands too. Number one is for black people to stop blaming everything bad that happens to them on white people. Second, for black people to stop asking white people to fix their problems, many of which they refuse to take personal responsibility for and cause themselves.

Third would be for black people to start acting like equal citizens not victims of “oppression.” Maybe then you’ll be treated as equals. The irony of this mess was that while the black students complained about Wolfe’s “white privilege,” it was their black privilege that got Wolfe fired.

I could go on. But you get the drift. If your black life matters, then stopping acting like complete fools!

Obama Endorses Black Lives Matter as a Serious Movement while Lying about the Real Black Problem  

Thursday, November 5th, 2015


President Barack Obama endorsed the #Black Lives Matter movement “as something we have to take seriously.” Even though after seven years, Obama has done nothing to improve the lives of black Americans, his most loyal, boot-licking constituents. In contrast, Obama helped give homosexuals gay marriage and illegal aliens, amnesty.

Blacks are poorer, more criminalized and uneducated than they were before the first black president was elected in 2008. Congressional Black Caucus Chairman G.K. Butterfield admitted as much, lamenting that in 2015 the black race finds itself in “a state of emergency.”

Butterfield said:

  • 25% of black households live below the poverty line, as compared to eight percent for white households.
  • The unemployment rate of African Americans has consistently been twice as high as for whites over the last 50 years.
  • For every $100 in wealth of a white household, the black household only has $6 in wealth.

Yet suddenly, after his presidency has nearly come to an end, Obama wants to address the “real” problem plaguing blacks, who voted over 90% for him in 2008 and 2012. After a White House forum on criminal justice, Obama said:

“I think the reason that the organizers used the phrase ‘Black Lives Matter’ was not because they were suggesting nobody else’s lives matter. Rather, what they were suggesting was there is a specific problem that’s happening in the African-American community that’s not happening in other communities. And that is a legitimate issue that we’ve got to address.”

(It’s insulting to refer to blacks as “one community” because we come from different socio-economic backgrounds, just like whites. Liberals don’t refer to whites as the “white community,” but rather the white race.)

Obama is correct. There is a serious problem happening in the black race in America and it’s not police officers killing black men, as he falsely implied.

The real problem is black men killing each other and committing more violent crime than whites. And this is compounded by the collapse of the black family. Citing data form the Children’s Defense Fund, black journalist Juan Williams noted that “Murders with guns are the No. 1 cause of death for African-American men between the ages of 15 and 34.”

“The 44,038 black children killed by guns since 1979 (when national data on the age of gun violence victims was first collected) is ‘nearly 13 times more’ than all the black people killed by lynching in the 86-year period of 1882 to 1968,” Williams added.

In 2012, the Violence Policy Center found the homicide victim rate for black males was nearly 10 times that of white males at 32.78 for 100,000 blacks compared to 3.86 for 100,000 whites.

Evidence clearly demonstrates black lives don’t matter to black people despite the lie Obama is trying to sell to make “his people happy.”

In 2009, incarceration rates for black men were 6.4 times the rate of white men. While blacks represent only 13% of the population, they account for 38% of the federal and state prison population.

Of course the real problem of violence among blacks is a symptom of the broader, more insidious issue that more than 70% of black babies are born out of wedlock to single mothers and absent fathers who can’t or won’t parent their children. In the early 1960s, about 23% of black babies were born to single women, according to The Negro Family: A Case for National Action, a report by then Assistant Labor Department Secretary Daniel Patrick Moynihan, a Democrat who served under President Lyndon B. Johnson.

This generational pathology has led to hoards of directionless, young black men turning to crime rather than education and work. Instead of seeing grown men in their lives holding down jobs, they see men holding guns. In predominately black cities like Chicago and DC, governed by Democrats, homicides are raging out of control. And the problem isn’t guns. It’s black thugs with guns. In the past 12 months, homicides have doubled in DC. Chicago has the highest number of homicides with 235 recorded to date, and the police department has seized over 3,400 illegal firearms — even though Illinois has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the nation.

“The CBC was formed in 1971 because its founders understood that Black lives matter. Black boys matter. Black girls matter. The Black family matters,” observed Butterfield in his 2015 as incoming Chairman of the CBC. If this was really true, why is it that after 50 years of black Americans voting solidly Democrat, blacks’ lives haven’t improved?

Obama lectured reporters at the White House that the problem facing young black men in America are “real and there’s a history behind it and we have to take it seriously.” Indeed, and Obama should heed his own advice and stop lying about the facts to placate the angry black mob. The truth is the Black Lives Matter movement is nonsense. The people killing black men with impunity like savages aren’t cops, but other black men. It’s about time Obama and Democrats admit this. Instead, Democrat presidential candidates like Hillary Clinton give lip service to a movement to win black votes and do nothing about solving black problems.