after being forced to make a statement about the horrific attack by 4 black people on a white mentally challenged young man while they screamed fu*k white people, fu*k Donald Trump.
And then the four blacks, with a combined IQ lower than room temperature, played it live on Facecrap.
I wasn't going to comment on this, but after a horrific day of thinking about it to the point where I have become physically ill, I feel I must. I was mugged once as many of you know. My mugging didn't last for 24 or 48 hours and didn't involve torture. But I will never forget the way my heart slammed against my chest thinking he was going to kill me. I'm of relatively sound mind and normal IQ. Can you, for just an instant, imagine what a mentally challenged person would feel like being taunted, beat, and tortured for hours? I fear he will never recover.
At first the police tried to say it wasn't racially or politically motivated. Were they serious? We all watched the video. We all heard the words, and yet they really thought we'd just shake our heads and go on about our business.
“I don't think it's accurate to say race relations are getting worse” he told host Jay Levine, saying things were also difficult in Chicago in the mid-1980s, when a block of white councilmen deliberately scuppered all proposals by a black mayor.
“In part because we see visuals of racial tensions, violence and so forth because of smart phones and the Internet,” the president said.
“What we have seen as surfacing, I think, are a lot of problems that have been there a long time.
Whether it's tensions between police and communities, whether it's hate crimes of the despicable sort that has just now recently surfaced on Facebook.”