After Beyonce’s Super Bowl Panther Tribute, Police Suffer Deadliest Week… Obama’s Response Is Sick
In the days immediately following singer Beyoncé’s anti-cop performance at Super Bowl 50, six police officers across America were killed in the line of duty — and not surprisingly, President Barack Obama responded by saying absolutely nothing.
“That’s his lens on how he sees our heroes and our protectors,” Sheriff Paul Babeu of Pinal County, Arizona, opined to Fox News. “That’s who he is.”
Much like the two Democrat candidates currently vying for the White House, both of whom constantly complain about the bogus epidemic of police brutality against blacks, Obama seemingly views our trusted heroes as enemies.
“(I)t is not acceptable in this country when unarmed black people get dragged out of cars or get shot,” candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders reportedly said in August, when questioned about the disturbing execution of a Texas police officer.
Obama has often done the same thing — divert attention away from anti-cop police violence by making broad generalizations regarding how police officers treat black criminals. He also has a history of frequently siding with law-breaking goons against the police officers who were rightfully attempting to apprehend them.