Obama Weighs In on Daunte Wright Shooting: America Needs to ‘Reimagine Policing’

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The worst president of all-time shouldn’t be commenting on issues. Like George W. Bush, Barack Obama should remain quiet and let the current POTUS handle things.

But like the far-left activist he always was, Barry just couldn’t help himself.

From The Daily Wire:

Former President Barack Obama called to “reimagine policing” after the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.

Obama used Wright’s death to reiterate his call to reform policing and to combat systemic racism. The former president also invoked the death of George Floyd, which Obama referred to as a “murder” and for which former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin is currently on trial.


The head of the least transparent administration in American history is calling for “transparency,” huh?

How rich.

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Maybe, just perhaps, Obama should go start his reforms in Chicago. Being a Democrat run, gun controlled city, make it your model city, clean it up, stop the killings, and THEN we will buy into what you are selling. But as of this moment, sorry Barry, NOT buying what you’re selling. Talking head Obama strikes again.

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