Mark Levin: Black Community ‘Miserable’ Under First Black President, Black AG

Mark Levin: Black Community ‘Miserable’ Under First Black President, Black AG

On Tuesday’s “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel, conservative radio host Mark Levin, author of “The Liberty Amendments,” went on the offensive against President Barack Obama and his outgoing attorney general, Eric Holder, in the aftermath of last week’s Ferguson, MO grand jury decision.

Levin explained to host Sean Hannity things have actually gotten worse under the first black president and attorney general, Obama and Holder respectively, for the black community and that the response to Ferguson was a part of that.

“[T]his country’s being turned upside down by this president and attorney general and their surrogates,” Levin said. “So the question is why, and I’ll tell why, among other reasons. In the black community under our first black president and our first black attorney general, it’s miserable. High unemployment, the schools stink and they oppose school choice. What else is going on? Black-on-black crime is through the roof, nine out of ten blacks are murdered by blacks. You have gang violence in inner cities like Chicago. What are they doing about it? Nothing.”

“When they met on Monday, did they talk about it?” he continued. “Not a word. What about the shop owners who were burned out in Ferguson, MO, overwhelmingly black and Hispanic? Were they invited to speak on Monday? Nothing. So now Obama and Holder and his surrogates are doing what? They’re undermining our police officers, all police officers regardless of race, pushing what — an agenda to nationalize local police forces. Why? Is Obama doing such a great job? He’s doing a disastrous job. This has nothing to do with racial profiling, nothing to do with a racist cop, nothing to do with the militarization of the police force, yet this is what they burp up and spat out.”

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