Yup, if you listen to Barry we white folks are still all nothin’ more than a bunch of racists running around looking for us some Negroes to shoot. But why is it never considered to be racist when some black thug kills himself some white folks? When that happens it’s seen as being nothing more than some random act of violence. Or how about when some black thug shoots another black? How often does that ever make the headlines, or deserve 24/7 news coverage? There was some bonehead state senator, black of course, there in Charleston, the site of this most recent tragedy, going off about how ‘Fox News’ was to blame for this guy slipping a cog and shooting these people. But when was the last time you heard anyone say that someone like Al ‘Not-So’ Sharpton, or ‘Calypso Louie’ Farrakhan or even Barry ‘Almighty’ were to blame for some black taking out a white cop? Ah, that would be, NEVER!
But that did little to stop Barry “Almighty” from claiming, just yesterday, that the mass shooting at a black church in South Carolina exposed, what he called, the “blight” of racism that is still very much present in America. And we know after having been made to watch him for the last several years that Barry can never pass up the opportunity to use a tragedy if there is even the slightest chance that it can be properly exploited. Barry then proceeded to rail against those critics who have accused him of politicizing a tragedy to talk about tougher gun laws. Barry, in speaking to the U.S. Conference of Mayors, said the murder of nine people at an historic African-American church in Charleston shows the need for vigilance against racism. Barry said, “The apparent motivations of the shooter remind us that racism remains a blight that we have to combat together.”
But he invoked other recent mass shootings at a school in Newtown, Connecticut and movie theater in Aurora, Colorado to argue for the need for reforms to gun laws, a politically fraught subject in a country whose Constitution guarantees the right to own guns. That would be the same pesky Constitution that Democrats have been trying to working around and undermine nearly since it was first enacted. And, sadly, they have been very successful in that endeavor, thanks to the sheepishness of the American people. Barry went on to say, “We should be able to talk about this issue as citizens without demonizing all gun owners who are overwhelmingly law abiding, but also without suggesting that any debate about this involves a wild-eyed plot to take everybody’s guns away.” But he’s simply telling yet another lying, because that’s exactly what he’s talking about, a plot to take everybody’s gun away
Barry pushed for tighter controls on guns after the 2012 school shootings in Newtown, but was foiled by the politically power gun lobby and failed to convince Congress. Barry likes to make the claim that more than 11,000 Americans were killed by gun violence in 2013, as he argues that even though his failed proposals “wouldn’t have prevented every act of violence” they would have stopped some of them. And once again, as he is so fond of repeating, he said, “You don’t see murder on this kind of scale, with this kind of frequency, in any other advanced nation on earth.” And he went on to say, “Every country has violent, hateful or mentally unstable people. What’s different is that not every country is awash with easily accessible guns.” Awash with easily accessible guns? That is absolute bullshit aimed at the millions of morons in this country too lazy to go in search of the facts.
Barry said it’s unlikely that Congress will work on new gun safety laws in the near future, but said he believes public opinion eventually will shift and compel lawmakers to act. Sadly of that I’m quite sure. As more illegal immigrants are granted citizen status, as our public school system turns out more mind-numbed little robots, public opinion can be ‘MADE’ to change. It’s all just a matter of time before America comes to look exactly like Detroit, Chicago or Baltimore. The future is looking pretty dark right now. Barry worked to exploit the tragedy in Charleston to the fullest extent possible as he said, “I refuse to act as if this is the new normal, or to pretend that it’s simply sufficient to grieve, and that any mention of doing something to stop it is somehow politicizing the problem.” Let’s face it, there was very little grief on Barry’s part, what there was, was an opportunity to be exploited. And he did!