Barack Obama Adds Fuel To Flames Inserting George Floyd Into TRAGIC Uvalde Massacre

Barack Obama Adds Fuel To Flames Inserting George Floyd Into TRAGIC Uvalde Massacre

Conservatives were angry with former President Barack Obama after he asked Americans to remember George Floyd while also being sad about the school shooting victims in Texas.

On Wednesday, it had been two years since Floyd died while he was in police custody in Minneapolis. His death on Memorial Day 2020 led to protests and civil unrest all over the country.

Obama tweeted that Americans should remember both Floyd’s death and the killing of 19 kids and 2 teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde a day later.

“As we mourn for the children of Uvalde today, we should take a moment to remember that George Floyd was killed by a police officer’s knee two years ago,” the former president wrote. “His death still affects us all, especially those who cared about him,” added Obama.

In two more tweets, Obama said Floyd’s death brought “awareness of systemic racism” and started a movement to change the criminal justice system in the United States. He also sent a link to his foundation that had a picture of Trayvon Martin on it.

Some people, many of whom were prominent conservatives, did not react favorably to the posts that were published.

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