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Sunday, July 10, 2016

The Targeting of Police a Democrat Party Construct

By Douglas V. Gibbs
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Over one hundred people were arrested Saturday night, and twenty-one police officers were injured, when St. Paul Minnesota exploded with the anti-police sentiment the Obama administration, and the Democrats, have been fomenting.  The 102 arrests resulted after police were attacked with rocks, rebar and explosive devices including Molotov cocktails. The injuries to officers were "significant, but none were life-threatening."

The protesters blame police for the deaths of 32-year-old Philando Castile, a black man who was shot in a Minneapolis suburb by a police officer during a traffic stop, and 37-year-old Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, La. Sterling, who was black, and was shot after a scuffle with officers outside a convenience store.

The riots came just days after five Dallas police officers were murdered by Micah Johnson, who targeted white cops in a sniper attack last Thursday.  FBI reports are emerging that more planned riots are on the horizon.

To gain an upper hand in Minnesota police used smoke bombs to clear demonstrators blocking an Interstate, and after around 200 protesters refused to leave the roadway, police donned riot gear to clear the area.

The violence against law enforcement did not occur only in St. Paul.  BlackLivesMatter, joined by The Black Panthers militant group, also challenged police in staged protests in Chicago, New York City, and Baton Rouge - as well as many other various locations around the United States.

In San Antonio, Texas, gunshots were fired at the San Antonio Police headquarters building on Saturday evening as protests were edging towards become riots around the country.  There were no reports of injuries, but bullet marks were found on the exterior wall of the building.  Shell casings were discovered in a nearby alley.

In Tennessee, a shooter attempting to mimic the Dallas shooting, targeted only white victims.

Reports are also coming in that police have been targeted in Missouri and Georgia, as well.

After the Dallas shooting, where five police officers were executed in a sniper-style attack, Democrat Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on CNN blamed white people and the police for the explosive gunfire exchanges erupting across our country.

Hillary was simply embracing the Democrat narrative that all of this is the result of white cops attacking blacks with traffic stops and arrests.  She said, "Clearly, there seems to be a terrible disconnect between many police departments and officers and the people they have sworn to protect."

Mrs. Clinton in an attempt to school those around her explained that Federal policing guidelines are needed because "we have 18,000 police departments… [some of which need more training to] go after systemic racism, which is a reality, and to go after systemic bias."

"We’ve got to start once again respecting and treating each other with the dignity that every person deserves," she said.

Could her pandering to black voters be associated with her need of a strong black voter turn-out in November if she hopes to win over Republican Candidate Donald Trump?

According to a report by the Justice Department young African-American men are far more likely to commit crimes than young white men, young Asian men or young Latino men. The November 2011 report reveals that young African-American men are just 1 percent of the population, yet are responsible for a disproportionate percentage of murders in the nation.

So, Mrs. Clinton, is it the fault of police, or should young black men simply quit committing crimes at such an unbelievably high rate?

This is what happens when liberal democrats seek to destroy the family unit, largely accomplished by government welfare programs that have replaced the father in poor families, and the man walks out because the feminists have taught the women that the man is the enemy.

Clinton also suggested that people who disagree with her agenda are racists. “There is so much more to be done… we can’t be engaging in hateful rhetoric or incitement of violence, we need to be bringing people together … we need more love and kindness.”

President Obama has been defending the BlackLivesMatter actions while he is in Europe, taking time out from the NATO Summit in Poland to send the clear signal that the killings were part of a pattern of racism. While careful to cover his rhetoric with compliments for the police, the central message was that racist cops were murdering blacks, and the African American community has much to fear.

"There is no contradiction between us supporting law enforcement ... and also saying that there are problems across our criminal justice system, (that) there are biases -- some conscious and unconscious -- that have to be rooted out," Obama said. "What I can say is that all of us as Americans should be troubled by these shootings, because these are not isolated incidents. They’re symptomatic of a broader set of racial disparities that exist in our criminal justice system."

Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke said in an interview with Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures that Obama is acting like a pyromaniac starting fires and then watching them burn.

Sheriff Clarke said, "He should say nothing. Every time he opens his mouth he fans the flames of anti-police sentiment that is sweeping the country in these urban centers. He reminds me of a pyromaniac who sets a fire then calls 911 for the fire department and then returns to the scene to watch the fire department try to put out the fire… The best thing he can do is stop talking. Let these things be handled at the local level. The media is going to do enough fanning the flames and creating drama. He doesn’t need to add to it. I am going to continue to fight and resist and push back against this anti-cop president."

Attorney General Loretta Lynch and the Congressional Black Caucus are calling for greater gun control in the wake of the violence.  The narrative is being pounded into the American psyche, using the falsehoods that racism is endemic in the criminal justice system and that police killing blacks is a pervasive problem that very likely contributed to the killing of five police officers.

In her statement about the Dallas shootings, Attorney General Loretta Lynch included in her blame racism, the police, and the presence of guns in our society.

If you defend the Second Amendment the Democrats will accuse you of being in the pocket of the NRA.  According to their rhetoric, legal gun owners in the United States don't care about about the mass shootings. As far as they are concerned, you are racist for standing against illegal aliens because you white people out there don't want anyone darker than you milling around the country, and you don't want government restricting your gun ownership so that you can shoot those darkies if the need arises.

The Democrat Party rhetoric is what pushed the Dallas shooter over the edge, a man who admitted he was angry about highly publicized shootings by police and wanted to kill whites.

Democrats have been unmistakably suggesting that the officers who killed unarmed black men in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Falcon Heights, Minnesota must have used excessive force animated by racism.

Democratic Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton felt at liberty to get inside the head of the Falcon Heights policemen, even though the reasons for the traffic-stop shooting were far from clear.

"Would this have happened if ... the driver and passenger were white?" he asked. "I don't think it would've. So I'm forced to confront and I think all of us in Minnesota are forced to confront that this kind of racism exists."

The Congressional Black Caucus is even trying to use the unrelated appearance of FBI Director Comey before the House Oversight Committee letting Hillary Clinton off the hook to somehow work in police-on-black violence.

New Jersey Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman asked Comey whether it wasn’t important "to remind people of the loss of a Tamir Rice to an Eric Garner to an Alton Sterling [the man killed in Baton Rouge] to a John Crawford to a Michael Brown to a Walter Scott and even a Sandra Bland."

Senator Elizabeth Warren took to twitter: "We’ve seen the sickening videos of black Americans killed in traffic stops. Lives ended by those sworn to protect them. #blacklivesmatter," she tweeted.

In another tweet, she said:

"We can't ignore the ugly reality: black parents are terrified that teaching kids to "survive" the police won't be enough. #blacklivesmatter"

Sen. Bernie Sanders agreed, tweeting, "As South Carolina Rep. Wendell Gilliard proclaimed: ‘Enough is enough of our police officers targeting people of color.’

Jesse Jackson compared the police to the Ku Klux Klan.

"It's a pattern," he declared. "When I grew up, it was white sheets and covered faces. Now it's audaciously, blue uniforms."

The radical Marxists of the sixties and early seventies wanted "Helter Skelter."  Race War.  The radical leftists of the Democrat Party are now reaching out to grab a hold of that same goal.  Division destroys, and then once our American System is destroyed the Democrats will be enabled to capitalize on the Cloward-Piven strategy to rebuild America in their own image.  The liberal Democrats seek to marginalize the issues, politicize violence, and intimidate the police from doing the job they are dedicated to, with the hopes of disrupting our society, and replacing local law enforcement with a federal policing agency.

In other words, this is all by design.

-- Political Pistachio Conservative News and Commentary

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