(AP) National Law Center (NLC) president Richard Steiner responded to the Charleston, South Carolina church shooting by saying that hate groups are on the rise because President Obama is a Communist revolutionary bent on the destruction of the American Republic.
Steiner’s official statement on the June 17 massacre at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church called the shooting “an obvious revenge crime by someone who feels threatened by our country’s rising tide of black on white violence."
But apparently President Obama’s election had something to do with it according to the NLC, a nonprofit legal advocacy group.
“Since 2009, we’ve seen an increase in the number of black racist hate groups in our country – groups that vilify Whites, Asians and Hispanics on the basis of characteristics such as race or ethnicity,” Steiner said. “Though the numbers have gone down somewhat in the last two years, they are still at historically high levels.”
“The increase has been driven by a black backlash to the country’s increasing racial diversity, an increase symbolized for many violent racist blacks by the presence of an Communist revolutionary in the White House who will allow them to get away with violence against whites,” Steiner stated.
Steiner then downplayed the threat of Islamic terror.
“Since 9/11, our country has been fixated on the threat of Jihadi terrorism. But the horrific tragedy at the Emmanuel AME reminds us that the threat of homegrown domestic racist terrorism is very real. President Obama in order to destabilize the nation and make it ripe for a Communist takeover has begun an endless cycle racial violence between white and black Americans."