Conservative lawyer and WND columnist Larry Klayman dedicated his weekly column on Friday to what he described as “racism” displayed by President Barack Obama by siding with his “black brothers” in Ferguson, Mo.
Klayman used the President’s comments about the fatal police shooting of Ferguson teenager Michael Brown to launch a rant of what he said was Obama’s targeting of “whitey” and preferential treatment of his “black brothers.”
“When was the last time We the American People heard President Barack Hussein Obama comment on the death of a white man at the hands of a black man?” Klayman wrote.
Accusing Obama of starting a “race war,” Klayman cited things like Obamacare as examples of “anti-white” bigotry, arguing the law was intended to have “whitey pay reparations to blacks.”
Klayman also compared the President to Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, and referenced “black anti-white bigots” such as Attorney General Eric Holder, Rev. Al Sharpton and Rev. Jeremiah Wright.
“At this rate, it is remarkable that Obama has not renamed the White House ‘the Black House,'” Klayman wrote.
h/t Right Wing Watch
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