NAACP Calls For DOJ, Secret Service To Investigate Rodeo Clown Wearing Obama Mask

AUGUST 14, 2013 12:03 PM0 COMMENTSVIEWS: 5612

Obama mask wearing rodeo clown

The deification of Barack Hussein Obama is beginning and it is getting down right scary the direction we are heading in this nation. I’m not going to sugar coat this at all, what the rodeo clown in Missouri did was wrong and in very poor taste when he put on a mask of Obama and stood there like an idiot being mocked and letting a bull run around him, but it does not nearly rise to the level of attention some are giving it.

This was an act done in poor taste no doubt, but it is not a criminal offense the racist NAACP is making out to be. It is unbelievable that in all seriousness the NAACP is calling for the Department of Justice and the Secret Service to investigate and open a federal case on a immature act of a man dressed as an Obama clown. The claim that the rodeo clown was, “inciting violence against our president” is so utterly ludicrous as to not even give such an assertion any merit.

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So let us get this straight, a rodeo clown waring a mask of our socialist president with the announcer mocking him and a bull running after him is inciting violence against Obama, but Al Sharpton despite the verdict of a 6 person jury who saw all of the evidence in the Trayvon Martin George Zimmerman case, goes to Sanford Florida and chants repeatedly at a rally, “no justice, no peace” and that isn’t inciting violence?

Has everyone forgotten when George Bush was mocked such as when HBO featured a Bush look-alike severed head on a pike in its Game of Thrones movie, or when the movie Death of A President depicted an assassination of Bush, or when Alan Hevesi, the comptroller of the state of New York once referred to Charles Schumer as, “the man who, how do I phrase this diplomatically, who will put a bullet between the president’s eyes if he could get away with it.”

Welcome to the twisted world of racism, justice and political correctness as defined by the NAACP and none other than Barack Obama himself.

Read more on this story from The Washington Times below:

The Missouri chapter of the NAACP appealed for the U.S. Department of Justice and the Secret Service to launch an investigation and open a federal case against the rodeo clown who donned a mask of President Obama’s face and mocked with the crowd: Do you want to see a bull run down Mr. Obama?

The NAACP says the clown was guilty of inciting violence against the president.

In a statement reported by Breitbart, the NAACP’s state president, Mary Ratliff, wrote: “The activities at the Missouri State Fair targeting and inciting violence against our president are serious and warrant a full review by both the Secret Service and the Justice Department. Incidents involving individuals acting out with extreme violent behavior in movie theaters, schools, churches, political appearances, and outdoor events in general speaks volume to the irresponsible behavior of all the parties involved with the incendiary events at the Missouri State Fair.”

The rodeo incident has grabbed national headlines. And the fallout so far has included the resignation of the head of Missouri’s rodeo-clown organization, and the announcement of Missouri State Fair officials that all rodeo clowns will now have to take sensitivity training as a condition of their employment.

Meanwhile, the clown who actually performed the skit — donned a mask of the president and mocked as an announcer asked the crowd if they wanted to see a bull run him down — has been banned for life from state rodeo performances.

Now the call is for the federal government to get involved.