Obama Responsible For Charleston Church Shooting And Other Acts Of Violence

The recent massacre at Emanuel AME Church in downtown Charleston, SC. where 21-year-old Dylann Storm Roof supposedly gunned down 9 people in what is portrayed as a violent racist rampage, is just the latest of many such incidents involving a suspect with the same MO and record of drug use since The Aurora Theater Massacre in 2012

The one fact that stands out above anything else is that more such violent incidents have occurred since Obama has been in office than has happened during any previous Administration. What this tells us is, the President is responsible for stoking such acts of violence. It isn’t the display of the Union Jack (Confederate Flag), guns, drugs, or even prejudice that causes such acts of violence, but the President’s complete disregard of the United States Constitution in his desire to ban guns by Executive Order. To remove the Confederate Flag, force religious institutions to “marry” homosexuals, use the EPA to regulate industry out of business on a false pretense, using people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton to inflame racial hatred in places like Ferguson, MO, and Baltimore, MD. This was all to push to have a secret trade agreement approved that will be devastating to the economy and to our privacy, among many other anti-American policies the President pushes for.

Barack H. Obama in his quest to transform the country from a free, constitutional government to what amounts to a socialist dictatorship has built up more resentment from more Americans than any given President in the past. This anger and resentment rears its head quite often, since Obama took office in the form of violence. The violent acts are perpetrated by those who are much less mentally stable than the rest of us, thus subject to a breaking point that usually ends up in the murder of innocent people.

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Obama has done his best to keep the unemployment rate into the double digits. It ends up being double digit when all who are unemployed are counted, not just those unemployed receiving unemployment insurance benefits which reflect the official government number. Such an outrageous unemployment number causes more mental anguish and instability, thus much higher chances of those frustrated beyond the breaking point to commit a violent crime, most out of desperation.

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President Obama has created a countrywide environment which is a petri dish for the cultivation of violence.

Every time the President gives a speech on a violent act, whether it be a localized incident like a church shooting or a city wide event such as a riot, he will inflame the situation by placing blame on outrageous things like guns or the Confederate Flag. When the blame should fall on himself for his failed policy of trying to institute socialism in a free constitutional country.

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