NavyJack – President Obama Encourages Police to Warm-up to the “Legitimate” Concerns of the Black Lives Matter Movement and a Daytona Police Squad Car is Firebombed
On July 10, 2016, President Obama responded to questions from reporters as he wrapped up meetings with Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in Madrid. The President tackled criticism that has been leveled at the Black Lives Matter movement.
“groups of people can petition their government, can protest, can speak truth to power. And, that is sometimes messy and controversial… You know, the abolition movement was contentious.”
“There are legitimate issues that have been raised [by the Black Live Matter movement], and there’s data and evidence to back up the concerns that are being expressed by these protesters.”
“if police organizations and departments acknowledge that there’s a problem and there’s an issue, then that, too, is going to contribute to real solutions.”
“as I said yesterday, that is what’s going to ultimately help make the job of being a cop a lot safer.”
Listen to the Recorded Press Conference at MRCTV
And now from the Daytona-Beach News-Journal:
The Daytona Beach Police Department may have been the target of anti-police backlash early Sunday morning when someone firebombed an unoccupied squad car parked in front of a mosque and left a note near the destroyed vehicle attributing the act to Black Lives Matter. According to Police Chief Mike Chitwood, the incident took place about 2 a.m. That’s when someone set fire to the cruiser parked outside the Islamic Center at 347 S. Keech St. The vehicle was engulfed in flames and destroyed. Chitwood said police found a note at the scene that read “Black Lives Matter A. Sterling P. Castile F**k the police.” Read more.
Hundreds of police officers have been injured as a result of these “messy and controversial” protests. Over a dozen officers are now dead. Please see my earlier articles titled “When the Obama Administration and the Government Controlled Media Lie, People Die” and “The Main Stream Media and President Obama Strike Again: Alton Sterling and the Baton Rouge Unrest” for more information.