Sometimes referred to as the Obama War on Police, were a series of racially motivated conflagrations that erupted nationwide particulalry in the last half of President Barack Obama’s second term. Initially elected as America’s first “post-racial” president, many African-Americans became increasingly disillusioned as Obama’s presidency progressed. Critics charged Obama personally inflamed the rioters and lawless elements responsible for the destruction of property, businesses, and jobs in several American cities. The Obama administration either deliberately to further Marxist revolution or indirectly through subterfuge and naivete destroyed decades of improvement in race relations in the United States.
Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen noted early on in the Wall Street Journal, “Rather than being a unifier, Mr. Obama has divided America on the basis of race, class and partisanship.” Mary Frances Berry, former head of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, acknowledged that the Obama administration attempted to polarize America around the issue of race as a way of diverting attention from an anemic recovery and other issues. Caddell and Schoen further stated, “President Obama’s divisive approach to governance has weakened us as a people and paralyzed our political culture.”
There were at least 5 Obama riots: Oscar Grant Riots, Trayvon Martin Violence, Manuel Diaz Violence, Kimini Gray Riots, and the Baltimore riots. Additionally, 5 Dallas policemen and 3 Baton Rouge policemen were murdered during Obama’s open season on police.