• President Amnesty: “Many Americans Feel Deep Unfairness” About How “Laws Are Applied”

    Without a bit of irony President Obama, who has ignored his own laws by rewriting Obamacare (after it was passed), said Americans don’t trust government officials to apply laws equally.

    “When it comes, as we’ve seen unfortunately in recent days, to our criminal justice system,” Obama said, “too many Americans feel deep unfairness when it comes to the gap between our professed ideals and how the laws are applied on a day-to-day basis.”

    This is the same guy who just shoved Congress in the corner and granted amnesty, work permits, and legal status to millions of illegal immigrants even though he didn’t have the authority to do so.

    He spent years explaining how he couldn’t use executive orders to make laws. As U.S. Senator, Obama railed against President Bush when he used executive authority. And when he became president, Obama did what he spent years saying he had no legal authority to do.

    The last person who should be lecturing the police about fairness in the application of law, is this clown.

    And to make matters worse, because that’s what Obama does, he said he “commended” New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio “for his words yesterday and for the way New Yorkers have been engaging in peaceful protests and being constructive.”

    Obama also told the crowd at today’s Summit on College Opportunity that de Blasio was at the White House on Monday and they talked about taking “some concrete steps to strengthen the relationship between the law enforcement and communities of color.”

    So now we know that we can thank Al Sharpton and Obama for egging on de Blasio’s moronic comments on Eric Garner’s death.

    “We’re not just dealing with years of racism leading up to it or decades of racism,” de Blasio said yesterday. “We are dealing with centuries of racism that have brought us to this day. That is how profound the crisis is.”

    The last thing that’s going to happen if de Blasio is out there blaming racism for Garner’s death, is the “strengthening” of “relationships between the law enforcement and communities of color.”

    Obama doesn’t actually want harmony between the police and communities of color. And Obama damn sure doesn’t want to keep his oath of office and to the best of his ability “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and the laws of this land.”

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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