Judge Jeanine: The Seeds Of ‘Racial Hatred’ Began With Obama

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In the wake of the killing of three Baton Rouge police officers, Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro argued Monday that the “seeds” of “racial hatred began with President Barack Obama.”

Appearing on “Fox & Friends,” Pirro said, “The seeds of this racial hatred began with President Barack Obama and the irony is that the American people elected him totally color-blind to the color of his skin and hoping that this country will come together.” (RELATED: Baton Rouge Shooter Gavin Eugene Long Was Nation Of Islam Member, Railed Against ‘Crackers’ On YouTube Channel [VIDEO])

“The truth is that the cop killing has become normalized in America,” Pirro said. “There is a narrative that started at the White House, and the president continues it to this day. He can soften his words but the truth is that when you’re at the funeral of five white Dallas cops killed because they are white by a black man who said he killed them because they’re white cops and you talk about racism, Jim Crow laws, centuries of hatred.” (RELATED: Judge Jeanine Unloads On Obama In Epic Rant After Nice, France Terror Attack [VIDEO])

Noting that Obama did not discuss the motive of the Dallas cop Killer, Pirro said, “I think we’ll see more of this and it is a sad commentary on where we are.” (RELATED: Obama: Every American Is Racist [VIDEO])

In the wake of the ambush of five Dallas police officers, and despite Dallas police chief David Brown announcing that the shooter wanted to kill white police officers, Obama said it was “very hard to untangle the motives of this shooter.”

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