Obama: A Legacy He Won’t Brag About

Obama will have LOTS of legacies, and NONE of them will have been good for America.

Sure he will go down as the champion of gay rights, allowing gays to have their fake marriages. Gay people were human long before Obama came on the scene, and hopefully they remain so.

As for improving America, Obama has done nothing, and there is NO argument of the devastation he has created, despite the media doing its best to convince us otherwise.

If you have a family member in law enforcement, you know that Obama has put these men and women in dire straits. Obama has changed law enforcement for the foreseeable future, and issued in the Era of Thuggery, particularly against the police.

Ambush of cops has risen to truly amazing proportions, but the Left doesn’t care that #BlueLivesMatter.

In St. Louis, we learn this of potential cop killers:

A 27-year-old man has been charged in connection with the attempted murder of a police officer Tuesday.

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Police say Edward Davis drove the silver car involved in the shooting in the city’s Central West End in which a police sergeant’s bullet-resistant vest saved him from being shot in the torso.

Police said at least four suspects were involved in that shooting, and that the shooter fled on foot.

The Circuit Attorney’s Office charged Davis with assault on a law enforcement officer and armed criminal action. Davis lives in the 1700 block of Chiquita Terrace in the Spanish Lake area of north St. Louis County.

A second suspect turned himself in, his lawyer, Jermaine Wooten, said. The 18-year-old, who was a backseat passenger in the car, was booked Wednesday in the St. Louis jail but had not yet been charged.

Two others, including the man suspected of firing at the officer, are still being sought, police said.

The ambush shooting took place before dawn Tuesday. The sergeant was in full police uniform as he sat in his parked personal car near Maryland and Euclid avenues. He was working a secondary neighborhood security job.

A bullet-resistant vest saved him from serious injury.

 

Here’s another case in Seattle:

Christopher Monfort should spend the rest of his life in prison without parole for the ambush slaying of a Seattle police officer, a King County Superior Court jury decided Thursday.

Monfort was convicted June 5 of ambushing two Seattle police officers as they sat in their patrol car in 2009, killing Timothy Brenton.

Monfort was also found guilty of the attempted murder of Brenton’s partner, Britt Sweeney, and of arson involving a firebombing at a city facility.

 

Another ambush in Chicago:

Authorities say a shotgun-wielding man opened fire on suburban Chicago police officers responding to a 911 house call about a woman who was having trouble breathing.

River Forest Deputy Police Chief James O’Shea says the 24-year-old man “ambushed” the officers shortly after 7 a.m. Sunday and that they returned fire, killing him. He says two officers suffered injuries that weren’t life-threatening. One was shot in his bullet-proof vest and the second was treated for other injuries.

There are many other cases, but the Left never discusses these fallen officers. The other thing to note is that all of these officers were killed by black thugs, another obscured fact in most of these stories.

The blood of these police officers is on the hands of Obama and Liberals.

 

 

 

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