The Whopper Obama Just Told About Race Relations In America Will Make You Laugh HYSTERICALLY

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So just about everyone knows Barack Obama has quite a reputation for being a liar, and there’s plenty of evidence to support that claim, but his latest doozy is one for the record books.

Seriously. When you see what he said, you’ll laugh so hard you might actually wet your pants.

From Mad World News via NPR:

STEVE INSKEEP: “Is the United States more racially divided than it was when you took office six years ago, Mr. President?”

PRESIDENT OBAMA: “No, I actually think that it’s probably in its day-to-day interactions less racially divided. But I actually think that the issue has surfaced in a way that probably is healthy.

“I mean, the issue of police and communities of color being mistrustful of each other is hardly new; that dates back a long time. It’s just something that hasn’t been talked about — and for a variety of reasons.”

Um, what?

Mr. President, have you seen the anarchy in the streets of major cities? Have you buried your head so far up your backside that you somehow missed the racially motivated murder of two police officers?

How about the numerous acts of violence and bloodshed that have ensued ever since you and your pal, Al Sharpton stirred up low-information voters in Ferguson and around the country?

No, Mr. President, we are most certainly not less racially divided. It’s probably safe to say we haven’t been this racially divided in America for decades.

And to say how racial issues are being dealt with right now is “healthy” is one of the most insane statements to ever come out of the president’s mouth.

How is burning down a city, killing cops in the street, and threatening to harm white kids a healthy expression of racial concerns?

I think it’s pretty much beyond time to give this guy the boot, but unfortunately we’re stuck with him until 2016.

Boy, election time can’t come soon enough.

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Michael Cantrell

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