According to much of the Democrat reaction to the tweeted statement below, the nation can now unite as one and being the healing process, because Barack Obama has spoken:
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) August 5, 2019
Hey, it sounds like he’s referring to Donald Trump in there:
New entry for the Obama “criticizing Trump without specifically naming him” file https://t.co/Bdp2WZebFz
— Allahpundit (@allahpundit) August 5, 2019
This may set a record for the world's longest subtweet. https://t.co/SzCKsip8Tw
— Anthony Zurcher (@awzurcher) August 5, 2019
Anybody who reads the statement might notice that Obama focused on the ideology of only the El Paso shooting suspect:
Now do the Dayton shooter. You know, the one that supports Warren.
— Curtis Spicoli (@bginna) August 5, 2019
You forgot to note the Dayton killer, who espoused a Leftist ideology and routinely praised your contemporaries.
Curious why didn't you fold that in to your narrative?
— Brown Man Speaketh 🧔🏽 (@BrownManSpeak) August 5, 2019
Now speak about Dayton shooter and how his actions may have been influenced by certain politicians and Antifa.
— Vicki Shu (@vparishu) August 5, 2019
What about all the families in Chicago, ever. single. week. You mention the guy in El Paso being racist but not the guy in Dayton who was an Elizabeth Warren supporter. Picking and choosing shows you don't actually care, you just are making it political.
— Captain Obvious (@CaptObviousSTL) August 5, 2019
Obama wasn’t always one to watch his own rhetoric, but then again self-awareness was never one of his strong suits:
They bring a knife, you bring a gun.
Y’know, the Chicago way. https://t.co/YVpRuTAcS3
— Matthew Dempster (@dempstermd) August 5, 2019
That along with classics like “I want you to argue with them and get in their face” is what makes Obama the right person to bring everybody together.