In his televised speeches last evening, the muslim immigrant pretender to the American Presidency, Sheikh Barry Soeterro,aka Hussein Obama, criticized the Cambridge MA police for their arrest of a buck negro, who they had arrested for burglarizing a home in a upper class white neighborhood.
In my town, if the sheriff finds a negro roaming a white neighborhood, he puts an end to it right there. By doing so, the sheriff is simply using our precious tax dollars the way we see fit. If our sheriff finds a negro IN a home in the white neighborhood, quite frankly, that negro is lucky to survive with his life. That is simply the way it has always been. Over the years, both the sheriff and the negroes have come to accept that this is the nature of our co-existence.
But on National TV, before an assemblage of the liberal elite mainstream media, President Sheikh Barry Soeterro called the arresting Cambridge City Police Officer a “stupid” for arresting the negro in that house.
Historically, here in the south, when a negro leader such as a minister or a teacher calls the sheriff or his deputies a ‘stupid’, we’ve come to learn that this is a secret code that negro leaders use to provoke their folk to “assemble your molotov cocktails, grab some stones and bricks of throwable quality, and get prepared to desecrate the white women folk and go about on a looting rampage downtown . The rioting will commence at sundown.”
This is also the way it has always been.
Of course, the main stream liberal media, who have long ignored the devious character of the negro, have no idea what this man’s statements on the tv’s last night means. Worse, they have no interest whatsoever calling experts such as my self to testify to this prognostication and provocation.
Does anybody still believe this man was legally elected to be our President? Does anybody still believe this man is not dangerous and doesn’t seek to destroy our Christian-based Constitutional form of government?
If not, what further proof do you need? The proof exists, you just have to believe in it.