Obama To Police: “I Am Your Best Hope”
by Tyler Durden
Jul 12, 2016 5:25 PM
In President Obama’s latest effort to spin the recent violence infecting US cities into his platform of Hope, the President reminded a group of enforcement officials who they are dealing with. Following our comments a few days ago that “Some were wondering how Obama would spin the surge in violence between police and minorities into yet another push for gun control” we begin to see the President position himself to potentially draft & pass stricter gun control laws before he leaves office. Before doing so, he must assert his power as the only one capable of curing the sickness the US is experiencing.
According to The Fraternal Order of Police’s James O. Pasco, President Obama said “I’m your best hope” to which Pasco responded “I don’t disagree.”
The remarks were made during a meeting involving a plethora of enforcement groups yesterday according to the Washington Post. The US President is telling the police, basically, they cannot protect themselves and that he is their best hope. A similar mindset compared to what he said back in 2009 when he said Cambridge police “acted stupidly” when arresting Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. Police are dumb and the President is their only hope. Got it?