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President Obama Caught Inciting Violence - Now He's Facing A Class Action Lawsuit

Since the Dallas shootings in July that claimed the lives of five police officers, several class-action lawsuits have been filed against the President of the United States. According to the suits, the President Barack Obama, as well as other known racial agitators, are responsible for inciting violence that led to the killing of police officers.

The very Monday after the shootings, Larry Klayman was the first to step into court to file a suit against the POTUS, Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, Rev. Al Sharpton, former Attorney General Eric Holder and several others. The lawsuit alleges that the defendants were partially responsible for the killings because they 'spread a false narrative that police are intentionally targeting' people based on race.

Klayman isn't alone. Several others have filed similar lawsuits. Most recently, a black Dallas police officer, Sgt. Demetrick Pennie, filed a complaint in federal court against the president, Sharpton, Farrakhan, Hillary Clinton and billionaire George Soros, who stated in recently discovered documents that he is financially supporting protests against police in hopes of replacing local police forces with a national police. The suit also names the Black Lives Matter movement.

“Defendants incite people to violence and cause violence by telling those people that they are under attack. Defendants are encouraging disaffected blacks, Black Muslims, Muslims and others allied with them including certain whites to ignore, disrespect, and assault law enforcement officials, and commit violence and lethal force,” reads Pennie's lawsuit.

Pennie is being represented by Klayman. “The defendants, if not legally reined in, are allegedly responsible, along with others, for igniting a race war that will ultimately totally destroy the freedoms that our Founding Fathers bequeathed to us,” Klayman said in a recent press conference.

Source: AWM
Photo: Western Journalism

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