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Black Sheriff says exactly WHO is to blame for “open season on police”

From Allen West
By Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor on August 30, 2015
With Friday’s horrific, execution-style murder of a sheriff’s deputy in Texas as just the most recent example, it’s hard not to feel it’s truly become open season on law enforcement.

We’ve discussed here the question of how much the ever-loudening national rhetoric of black victimization and oppression — accented by direct calls to violence by black radicals — is to blame for this very disturbing and downright frightening trend.

One black sheriff is going a step further and placing the blame squarely at the feet of the White House. As Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee told Fox News’ Judge Jeanine last night, “the President of the United States started this war on police.

Personally, I couldn’t agree more. The first black president had a unique chance to further bridge both the racial divide and that between the black community and law enforcement. Yet, under President Barack Obama, we’ve only seen both these divides not only widen, but just about explode wide open. At times like this, when our nation sometimes feels like a powder keg ready to ignite at any moment, we need a true leader in the White House. Where is the president, calling for a stop to this hate and madness? He’s come out to defend the likes of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown — how about the nation’s men and women in blue, too? Shows exactly which lives our president believes matter and which, not so much.

 As Sheriff Clarke told Judge Jeanine:

“I am too pissed off tonight to be diplomatic about what’s going on and I’m not going to stick my head in the sand about it.

I said last December that war had been declared on the American police officer, led by some high-profile people, one of them coming out of the White House, one coming out of the United States Department of Justice, and it’s open season right now, there’s no doubt about it.”
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