Obama Eulogy: Arresting "Peaceful Protesters" Trying to Kill Officers is Racist

Lewispalooza continues.

While so many Americans had to bury their loved ones via Zoom, Democrats always get to have their campaign events, whether it's Black Lives Matter riots or the Floyd/Lewis funeral tour of America. This has nothing to do with Lewis. It's about his using his death as a platform. And that means it's time for Obama to show up and call everything and everyone racist.

Are lefty and black nationalist radicals throwing firebombs, shining lasers in eyes, shooting random drivers, and trying to burn down buildings?

It's time to dial up accusations of racism.

"Bull Connor may be gone. But today we witness with our own eyes police officers kneeling on the necks of Black Americans. George Wallace may be gone. But we can witness our federal government sending agents to use tear gas and batons against peaceful demonstrators," Obama ranted at what was supposed to be a eulogy.

How would Obama have responded to a mob ransacking courthouses?

Oh I know how he would have responded to a mob of BLMers, but let's pretend that's a mob of Republicans.

Or, let's suppose a bunch of ranchers wanted to peacefully protest without hurting anyone about grazing fees?

An FBI agent has been indicted on accusations that he lied about firing at a rancher in 2016 when officers arrested leaders of an armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in rural Oregon.

Authorities moved in on Ammon Bundy and other leaders as they were driving in two vehicles from the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge to a meeting on Jan. 26, 2016.

The Deschutes County sheriff said that as Robert “LaVoy” Finicum left his truck, an FBI agent shot twice at Finicum, though none of the hostage team members said they discharged their firearms. The county sheriff’s office was tasked with investigating the Finicum shooting.

Bull Connor may be gone, but we can witness Obama's FBI kneeling on the necks of Americans. And George Wallace may be gone, but you can listen to Obama making fun of the Americans he deprived of their civil rights and then murdered at the Correspondents Dinner.