Last night, five police officers were assassinated, and five others and one civilian critically wounded by what can only be described in my view as a coordinated terrorist attack during a Black Lives Matter protest in Dallas. One perpetrator is dead and another is apparently in custody. The names and other details of the shooters’ identities have yet to be released, which means that they are most likely black, Muslim, Democrat, part of the BLM movement or some combination of all of those.
First and foremost, my condolences go out to the families, friends and colleagues of the victims. We must keep them in our thoughts and prayers. But, at the risk of politicizing this tragedy, we have to recognize it as one that goes way beyond the effects of those immediately related to those that were slain. This was an attack on all of us and one of the worst days out of nearly seven and a half years of miserable to horrible days we as a nation have had to endure under the worst president, bar none, in American history. It comes barely 48 hours after another bleak day when one of our nation’s top law enforcement officials publicly abrogated his sworn oath to uphold the law. I submit that a case could almost be made for causality.
The fabric of our society is being torn to shreds before our eyes. One political party and the movement it represents is hell bent on destroying the nation while the putative opposition party is seemingly only interested in making a buck off the destruction. And then there’s Donald Trump. Like it or not, with America and perhaps the world as we know it on the very precipice, he is in the position to keep it all together and pull us back – or not. And that is a very scary thought. In the wake of what happened yesterday in Dallas, Tuesday in DC and dozens of other days since January 20th of 2009 both here and in a world that is all but in flames, I would like to see Mr. Trump give a speech that goes something like this:
“My fellow Americans, words cannot express the shock, horror and grief we all feel at what took place yesterday in Dallas. Five police officers were cowardly and savagely assassinated, and six others critically wounded while, ironically, trying to guard the very safety of protesters who have blind, irrational hate and contempt for them. They were shot in the back in what I can only describe as a premeditated terrorist attack. We have yet to know the identities and motivations of the perpetrators, but their choice of target at that particular venue is obviously a strong indicator. Considering what has happened with sickening frequency in places like Orlando, San Bernardino and Fort Hood, Islamic inspired terrorism must also be strongly considered. And with the vile rhetoric from hate mongers like Louis Farrakhan, the New Black Panther Party and CAIR who have verifiable ties to Muslim extremist groups here and abroad, it wouldn’t surprise me at all if there’s a link between the two.
But if we are to face the truth and be honest with ourselves, the heinous butchery in Dallas last night is a direct result of almost eight years of the willful tearing at what were the healing scars of our past in order to foment unrest and division purely for political gain. And I lay the blame for all of that directly at the feet of President Barack Obama. Almost since the day he took office, aided and abetted by the First Lady, former Attorney General Holder and others both in government, the media and academia, President Obama has time and again, day after day, twisted the history of this country as well as twisted the details about several tragic, high profile events involving police and black youths to portray America as a place that is inherently racist, corrupt and oppressive with blacks and other minorities perpetually put upon and wearing virtual chains of slavery. He never misses an opportunity, especially when traveling abroad, to bash this country and its proud heritage. And when he does that, he’s attacking all of us. Frankly, I find that particularly galling and repugnant. Horrible as it is, it’s not surprising given the fact that his parents were rabidly anti-American and anti-western, that his childhood mentor was a Stalinist agent and that his initial political backer and the guy who wrote his “autobiography” was an admitted domestic terrorist who sought the violent overthrow of the country and committed acts of terrorism to enable it.
But Barack Obama’s culpability in the assassination of Dallas policemen is merely a reflection of the collective guilt of the Democrat Party. This is the party of slavery, the party that brought about the Civil War, the party that thwarted reconstruction and created the KKK, that re-segregated the military and civil service, that championed Jim Crow, that threw Americans of Japanese descent into concentration camps, that time and again voted down Republican civil rights legislation up to and including the 1964 Civil Rights Act. The party that supports Planned Parenthood whose mission statement is the “purification” of America by exterminating black and brown infants in the womb. The party that, when it saw its political fortunes dwindling as minorities embraced the American dream, threw our borders wide open to people whom they saw only as a massive voting bloc to ensure their permanent political dominance. The party that embraces a twisted ideology that refuses to address, let alone identify, the threats from radical Islam we face abroad and through their malfeasance at home but rather blames the country’s policies and history as the cause. And, not coincidentally, the party of Hillary Clinton who sold her influence and revealed state secrets to foreign governments and others as Secretary of State and potentially, G-d forbid, as president for monetary gain.
This is Barack Obama. This is Hillary Clinton. This is the Democrat Party. They are hell bent to destroy this country for their own personal and ideological gains. And sadly, whether you’re black, white, Latino, gay, straight or anything and everything in between, they will destroy all of us in order to do so. It’s time we recognized who and what they are and what they represent and turn to each other instead of allowing them to turn us against each other. And that is what I mean by “Make America Great Again.”
May G-d bless the memories of the victims of yesterday’s attack on America, may He comfort the wounded and the bereaved and may He always cause His countenance to shine down on the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.