Federal prosecutor makes derogatory comments about Trayvon Martin and Obama on Facebook(Envy and hatred are growing between the two people, regardless of their preachings of social integration. )
Now, according to law and according to the U.S. constitution, the Executive branch of government, of which the President is leader of, is considered to be the federal government. Here, you now have a person who earns their living by way of the federal government, making derogatory comments about His black boss.
Isn’t this arrogance? Isn’t this contempt to his employer and constitute betrayal worth of being fired? This is exact and right! If he worked for a company or corporation, you can bet that this would be the case.
We must admit though that mr. Obama brought some of these things upon himself by alienating his black constituency and catering to and even bowing to whites for favor that they will never give to him. This is somewhat political blowback!
It just goes to show us, and shines light to the fact that…” They must be separated. America will not agree to see the Negro separated from her until she has suffered divine punishment, as Pharaoh suffered. The same thing that other evil nations suffered before them is now coming upon this people. She seeks to keep her slaves robbed of opportunity and wealth. She envies success coming to American Negro free slaves. She charges them high prices to keep them down. She deceives them through a few of what we call “Uncle Toms” in the political circle, clergy class and all professional classes.
She offers them little favoritism to help her work against their own people — the Black people. But they, too, will suffer along with the enemy of justice of the poor so-called Negro.
They must be separated. Envy and hatred are growing between the two people, regardless of their preachings of social integration. The truth must come.“–pgs.159 & 160(tfoa)
Federal prosecutor makes derogatory comments about Trayvon Martin and Obama on Facebook
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A federal prosecutor in Texas is facing criticism for derogatory comments he made online regarding Trayvon Martin and President Barack Obama. The Beaumont Enterprise reported that John Craft, an assistant U.S. attorney in Texas, posted comments on a…