So let’s look at the Obama “teachable” moment again as the Cambridge, Massachusetts police department releases the 911 call and the police radio transmissions from July 16, 2009. Maybe Barack Obama would like to inform America where the racial profiling took place? Not once did the concerned caller who made the 911 call refer to the intruders as black. Watch and listen to the call for yourself.
Question to President Barack Obama, who interjected race into the discussion of the arrest of Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr.? The 40 year old woman who made the 911 emergency call to police never, never, never, ever mentioned the word “black” in her entire description of events to the 911 operator.
“This woman is 100 percent clear on what she said,” said attorney Wendy J. Murphy, who is representing 911 caller Lucia Whalen. “She never said she saw two black men. She said, ‘It never crossed my mind that there were two black men.’ ”
The following are the radio transmission from the scene, you decide for yourself who needs a lesson in respect for authority and a lesson in racial harmony.
Radio transmission below the fold.
Whether one is white, black or purple, it can be said with 100% certainty that nothing good has ever come from wising off to a police officer. EVER! However, this incident was made a national event because a rookie President, Barack Obama, jumped to the conclusion that racism and racial profiling occurred. The racially healing Obamamessiah’s first thought was racism. So much for electing Obama for healing the difference between the races when Obama just “stupidly” widened it. Is it any wonder American voter give the President low, poor marks on his handling of the incident. As for the “teachable” moment … Juan Williams of Fox News could not have said it any better.
Juan Williams, on Fox News Sunday, did the country an immense service by recounting what exactly occurred: “The president spoke without the facts. You can’t have a ‘teachable moment’ if it’s based on a lie.”