We have five police officers killed by a racist terrorist in Dallas. As the nation grieves and the people of Dallas are left wondering what has happened, this poor excuse of a president shows up at the memorial to give a campaign speech.
While it was a great opportunity to heal the broken hearts, bind the wounds and make some kind of statement that would show support for our police who are under siege by the unholy left, instead he turned it into just another repeat of the narrative.
He referred to himself 45 times. He laughed and joked with a musician who was there to give a eulogy. He turned his speech into another attack on police and America by going down the usual road of racism and the usual left wing narrative of what a terrible country we have despite his best efforts to remake it in his image.
I've come to expect no less from this man. When a black criminal is shot by police he immediately launches into the canned "systemic racism" speech. When a black terrorist murders five police officers in cold blood, he just isn't sure what the motive could be. Just has no idea. Best not jump to conclusions, right?
He as much as gave a wink and a nod to the black lives terrorists, who he has openly endorsed and supported, as has his party. He has had them to the white house to heap praise on them for their work in creating a race war. He as much as blamed the police for this situation he has helped in no small way to create.
So as usual he turns a solemn occasion to memorialize five heroes who died in the line of fire into a spectacle about himself and his destructive agenda.
Truly, this man has no shame, as you could say about the whole ungodly left wing radicals who are running the democrat party now.
I would say he missed an opportunity to stop being a community agitator and start being a president, but I never imagined that would happen anyway. The surprise would have been if he had actually acted like a leader instead of a partisan political hack.