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Trump Response to Racist Hate Attack Not Enough, Too Late? It Hypocritically Wasn't For Obama!

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How Obama Handled An Attack By A Racial Nationalist

"After calling out the hatred and violence from “many sides” on Saturday, Trump finally did what the media demanded and condemned white nationalists and other hate groups by name.

Yet, that wasn’t good enough for the chattering class, and the new denunciation is not winning the president any goodwill.

While it’s certainly true the president could have articulated a better message over the weekend, his administration is taking a very hard line on the Charlottesville violence. The Department of Justice is launching a civil rights investigation into the matter and Attorney General Jeff Sessions described the car attack that left one woman dead as domestic terror.

But the president continues to be barraged with
(false) accusations that he’s basically letting white nationalists get away with murder..."



Interesting........ Let's compare this to how Obama handled an incident involving a deadly attack my a racial nationalist:

"In July of 2016, an avowed black nationalist murdered five police officers during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in Dallas, Texas. The act of violence was well-planned and was motivated entirely by the hate-filled ideology of the shooter, Micah Xavier Johnson.

With several officers dead by the hand of a committed black nationalist, one might think the Obama administration may have considered the assassinations domestic terror and launched an investigation into groups associated with this ideology.

Not at all.

Barack Obama condemned the shootings, but he did not call out or even allude to Johnson’s hateful views. He did, however, blame “
powerful weapons for the violence."


Lots of hypocrisy there but no condemnation of the President for refusing to call out violent black nationalists or racial hatred.
 
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"then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch exploited the tragedy to push for gun control and praise the cause of Black Lives Matter. No mention of Johnson’s ideology or “hate” in was made in her statement, but she did manage to directly name multiple cases of police-involved shootings — all after cops were the ones murdered."


The left has condemned Trump for not forcefully speaking out against white extremist groups, warning his 'weak' response will lead to more attacks. REALLY?


Trump and his administration were urged to speak strongly against the alt-right on the presumption that there would further violence if none was taken.

"In the case of the Dallas shooting, there was further violence from black nationalists following the attack. In the same month, three officers were gunned down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana by an adherent to this radical ideology."


Ummm, where the hell was Obama?
Why did he not speak out against black nationalist / racial violence? Why didn't he speak out to save policemen's lives?
WHERE WAS THE CONDEMNATION BY THE LIBERAL MEDIA AND BY SNOWLFAKES OF OBAMA?


"In a less violent case that also occurred in July of 2016, several churches in the area of St. Louis, Missouri, were vandalized and graffitied with rhetoric associated with black nationalism.

Once again, no demands for the Obama administration to condemn these actions — quite unlike how Trump is browbeaten to do so any whiff of extremism from the Right."



SO ENOUGH OF THE HYPOCRITICAL BULLSHIT COMING OUT FROM THE LEFT / SNOWFLAKES NOW....
 

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