A former federal prosecutor has filed a lawsuit in Dallas, Texas against Barack Hussein Obama, Rev. Al Sharpton, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, and others for inciting race riots.
According to The Political Insider, the lawsuit was filed by Larry Klayman, who worked in the Department of Justice during the Reagan administration before founding the conservative watchdog groups Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch. The lawsuit is seeking $2 billion in damages, and it accuses Obama and his minions of promoting murder, terrorism, gang activity and civil rights rights violations of law enforcement officers.
“These (defendants) have incited violence and in fact have a direct link to what happened in Dallas,” said Klayman, according to Daily Caller. “I hope that law enforcement in Dallas and around the nation will join our class action, it’s a peaceful legal means to fight this. We’ve had it. People are finally starting to speak out.”
“The defendants…have publicly incited people to violence with the fiction that police officers and other law enforcement are intentionally and systematically targeting and hunting blacks and other minorities to kill them for no reason other than racism or sport,” the complaint said. It went on to say that the defendants have ignited a civil war targeting police officers of all races “for immediate violence and severe bodily injury or death in response to that non-existent and fictitious threat…Defendants are encouraging disaffected blacks and black Muslims to ignore, disrespect and assault law enforcement officials, and commit violence and lethal force.”
The case has been assigned to Judge Sam A. Lindsay, an African American judge who was appointed by Bill Clinton.
We can only hope that Obama is forced to answer for the racial divide he has caused in this country.