So it was then that on this past Sunday from there at the White House, that Barry “Almighty”, the king of inflammatory and incendiary rhetoric, issued, what I can only assume to be, a somewhat thinly veiled warning directed at ‘The Donald!’  You see, Barry cautioned Americans from drawing easy conclusions from the shooting attacks that killed three law enforcement officials in Baton Rouge and wounded three others. By easy conclusions I’m thinking he must be referring to the rather obvious racial retribution aspect of regarding the death of these three police officers as well as those of the five in Dallas.

So yesterday, from the White House, Barry said, “As of right now, we don’t know the motive of the killer. We don’t know whether the killer set out to target police officers or whether he gunned them down as they responded to a call.”  He also appeared to caution Republicans against using the incident for political attacks, after both he and Hitlery have signaled sympathy with anti-police protest groups like Black Lives Matter.  Something that Democrats would be quick to do if the roles were reversed.  I think the motive behind these shootings is really pretty clear to anyone whose judgement is clouded by bogus claims of racism.

And as only he can do, Barry said, “We don’t need inflammatory rhetoric. We don’t need careless accusations thrown around to score political points or to advance an agenda.”  And he then went on to say, “We need to temper our words and open our hearts, all of us.”  How refreshing it would be if our Racist-in-Chief could see fit to follow his own advice.  And how much better would things be if we had as our president someone who was more interested in bringing people together than he is in coming up with new ways to further divide us.  But since he chooses not to, I really don’t see the need to listen to anything he might have to say.

Barry made the claim that such attacks against police officers were not new, but are part of, what he called, an ongoing struggle.  He said, “We have our divisions, and they are not new.”  And added, “Around the clock news cycles and social media sometimes amplify these divisions.”  And then Barry said something rather strange, he said, “My fellow Americans, only we can prove through words and through deeds that we will not be divided, and we’re going to have to keep on doing it again and again and again.”  I think it unnecessary to point out the hypocritical nature of his words as the source for any division emanates directly from the Oval Office.

And odd that we would hear such language coming from the man who has spent his entire presidency working ever so diligently to do nothing more than to divide the American people to the greatest extent possible, and for purely political purposes and whose party has spent that last 60 years working to do all that it can to set Americans fighting amongst themselves all in an attempt to improve the party’s political landscape in order to improve its chances for electoral success.  So once again Barry’s words are at best hypocritical and at worse nothing more than an outright lie.  He is underserving of even being listened to.

Strange that after Barry, the most divisive president in all of American history, has worked so hard to create all of this chaos and he now calls for us all to become united.  Which should cause one to wonder out of which end it is that Barry might be speaking this time around.  Personally, I treat my fellow man with all the dignity and respect that I can muster and to the level which I feel it is deserved.  Diversity is a PC term that means nothing to me.  Rather than focus on those things that make us different, it seems that it would be far more productive, for all concerned, if we were to focus on those things that bring us ALL closer together.

Look, we all have priorities in life, but I must say that the priorities of those who today comprise the Democrat Party are most definitely not my priorities.  But then, unfortunately, much the same can be said when it comes to many of those who call themselves Republicans.  What I am, and have been my entire life, is a proud conservative.  And like it or not, if we are to have any hope of surviving as a nation and as a people it will be those priorities as put forth in a conservative agenda that will make it possible.  Liberalism/progressivism simply doesn’t work, it’s really little more than mental disorder that has no possible upside.

The number one priority of every single American, the one thing that we must all be focused on, should be the survival of our country.  Because if we lose the country nothing else is really going to matter all that much.  Whether or not gays can get married, boys can use a girl’s restroom or petty race issues can be set aside, they all pale in significance when placed up again the survival of our country. Because how the country goes so goes EVERYTHING else.  So Americans had best wake up because this great experiment in human freedom, called America, will all come to a screeching halt if we allow Hitlery to become the next president!

As a country what we need to do, no what we must do, is to get back to that place where each and every one of us who stand looking up at ‘Old Glory’ consider ourselves as being members of the same family, the American family.  And what we must also do is to deny those politicians who seek nothing more than to divide us up into various factions, the ability to do so.  These politicians seek to do so for no other reason than to create a level of hostility, anger and even hatred that they then exploit for their purposes to first acquire and then increase their level of political power as they go about their drive to destroy America.  The future of our country depends on us.


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