Questions for Mr. Obama


When you said that Trayvon Martin was like the son you never had, did you mean to say that you wish you had a son who was a thug?

When you said that the shooting of Michael Brown in self-defense “exposed a racial divide” did you mean to suggest that Michael Brown was right to attack a white police officer?

After the shooting of Philandro Castile, who seemingly was armed and disobeyed a policeman’s order, did you mean to indict all police by your statement that this is “an American issue”?

After the killings of five police officers in Dallas, did you mean to signal tolerance of such killings when you asked “if the divides of race in America can ever be bridged.”

Now, after the killings of three police officers in Baton Rouge, you have said unequivocally that “there is no justification for violence against law enforcement. None.” Will you back your words with actions? Will you go after the domestic terrorists who are plotting to commit similar acts across the country?


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