Dear Mr. President,
In 2014 you sent three White House representatives to express your condolences to the family of Michael Brown, a person you didn’t know. A person who had just committed a strong arm robbery in a store and subsequently attacked a white police officer trying to arrest him, just before he was shot and killed.
You sent nobody to convey your concerns to the white police officer, Darren Wilson, who was injured and is now receiving constant death threats from the black community. Your actions in this case have made his life very difficult.
Last year 6,329 black people were murdered in the United States. 93% of them were murdered by other blacks. How many times did you send White House representatives to console their family or attend their funerals or ask your Attorney General to look into their cases?
In the last four years, 205 police officers were shot and killed on duty. How many times did you send White House representatives to their funerals?
Since you have been president there have been three notorious incidents in which the specter of racial profiling was alleged against the police. In each case it appeared that you were critical of the police. When the investigations were over and the verdict was in, you were wrong each time.
We may be slow to catch on Mr. President, but we finally get it. And it explains why you attended the church run by a black militant who constantly espouses racists views against whites in America.
Your apparent bias keeps being exposed, until only a dunce could miss it. your bias has damaged our race relations and created a strong suspicion among African Americans that fair and equal treatment on many levels for them is not possible. That is not only wrong, it is an insult to our judiciary and the dedicated men and women who serve us in law enforcement. We are not perfect, but this is that sort of gross misrepresentation and exaggeration that can only serve to divide us and keep open old racial wounds.
The end result of your biased agenda can only further distrust, acrimony and violence along a growing racial divide. Many of us had hoped that a black president be a uniting presence and finally put to rest many old race based anxieties, but instead you have contributed to them and made racial tensions worse. In that sense, you’re a great disappointment Mr. President, and if this is the best you can do, then the sooner you leave office the better. You have not been good for this great American melting pot.