After Barack Obama was chosen as the Democrat’s candidate for president, we were all informed that any criticism of him was “racist.”
It was racist to wonder why we couldn’t see his college records, or why it was necessary for such a young man to write not one but TWO autobiographies without having accomplished much first.
We’ve heard this for eight long years. But what happens when Obama’s critics themselves are African-American? While it may be a bit late to do much good other than tarnish Obama’s precious legacy, Breitbart reports on one black leader who says enough is enough:
Rev. William Owens, President of the Coalition of African American Pastors (CAAP) tells Breitbart News the ambush attack of police officers in Baton Rouge “should not happen in America.”
“Obama and his administration have caused division in our nation and have fostered a lawless society,” he asserts.
“The divide that we are witnessing didn’t just start,” he explains. “We have a president who has divided us as a nation with his political rhetoric. In America, gays are divided against straight people, rich against poor, women against men, blacks against whites, black lives matter against police – which our president promotes.”
That’s just the beginning of the pastor’s eloquent statement. It’s unfortunate that alternative voices like Rev. Owens’ are barely heard above the din created by Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and other Obama allies.