“You see racism everywhere,” charged Judge Jeanine Pirro, who pulled no punches in accusing President Obama of fanning the flames of “racial hatred, resentment and divisiveness” in America.
On her Fox News show, Judge Jeanine didn’t hide her feelings any more than Barack Obama hid his over the weekend. In an interview with Black Entertainment Television, Obama played directly to the frayed emotions of his audience, claiming that racism remains “deeply rooted” throughout the country.
In fact, Obama used the phrase “deeply rooted” three times in a matter of seconds as he spoke about the ongoing controversy and violent protests arising from racially charged events in Ferguson and New York City.
In a post on breitbart.com, William Bigelow describes what Obama said as “playing the race card more overtly than ever before.”
In Obama’s interview, which will be broadcast Monday evening, he intoned, “This is something that is deeply rooted in our society, it’s deeply rooted in our history.
When you’re dealing with something as deeply rooted as racism or bias… you’ve got to have vigilance but you have to recognize that it’s going to take some time, and you just have to be steady so you don’t give up when we don’t get all the way there.”
By clicking on the video above, you can watch how Judge Jeanine Pirro laid out her compelling case against Obama’s tendency to “see racism everywhere.” The Judge also lets Obama have it for associating with Al Sharpton, whom Pirro condemns as:
“…the greatest charlatan of them all, a man who makes a living inciting racial hatred, a tax cheat and a liar….”
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BCN editor’s note: This article first appeared at Western Journalism.