Obama: It's "Very Hard to Untangle the Motives" of BLM ShooterChris Menahan
Jul. 11, 2016
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According to the Dallas Police Chief, the BLM shooter told police he "wanted to kill white people" and "especially white officers" -- but according to Obama, his motives are a mystery.
"I think it's very hard to untangle the motives of this shooter," Obama said during a press conference Saturday.
"I'll leave that to psychologists and people who study these kinds of incidents."
Obama said it's a "danger" to connect the shooters own actions at a Black Lives Matter protest with the Black Lives Matter movement which regularly calls for killing cops: "I think the danger is that we somehow suggest the act of a troubled individuals speaks to some larger political statement across the country."
While Dylan Roof spoke for all white Americans and confederate flags had to be torn down nationwide, the Black Lives Matter killer Micah Xavier Johnson spoke for no one.
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