By Dean Weingarten
Arizona – -(Ammoland.com)- Early reports are that two officers have been shot at a Black Lives Matter rally in Dallas.
President Obama, once again, could not wait or ask for calm after an interracial shooting that appeared questionable on first reports. It is impossible to know how this one will turn out, but it is absolutely irresponsible for the President to fan the flames of racism with remarks mere hours after the shooting, before numerous questions have been answered or any serious investigation has been undertaken. From the nytimes.com:
In his comments, President Obama made a point of emphasizing that protests and outrage after that shooting and one in Baton Rouge early Tuesday morning that was captured on video, did not constitute a bias against the police, saying that, “to be concerned about these issues is not to be against law enforcement.”
“I would just ask those who question the sincerity or the legitimacy of protests and vigils and expressions of outrage, who somehow label those expressions of outrage as ‘political correctness,’ I just ask folks to step back and think,” he said. “What if this happened to somebody …Read the Rest