Obama Creating Top Secret ‘Racial Database’ – The Reason Why Is Chilling

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Since he became president back in 2008, Obama has brought the concept of race-baiting to a whole new level. Unfortunately, the president sank to a new low this week when it was revealed that he is creating a top secret “racial database” that will only serve to divide the nation by race even further.

According to Conservative Tribune, Paul Sperry, a fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, has just revealed that Obama is currently collecting a massive amount of data on America by race in order to create a database that will show the differences between whites and minorities in the areas of education, financial lending, health and neighborhood quality. Although Obama claims that he is doing this in the name of “racial and economic justice,” it’s clear that he is actually doing it to make the racial gap even wider.

Sperry warned that the database would result in a “permanent network of discrimination databases” that can then be used by civil-rights lawyers and advocates “to make ‘disparate-impact’ cases” against institutions like school systems, banks, and employers.

Obama is aiming to have this database posted online by 2017, so that he won’t be in office to clean up the mess that will obviously ensue.

“We will be better able to identify possible discriminatory lending patterns,” Richard Corday, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, recently told a racial advocacy group in Berkley, California.

This project is currently being managed by the Federal Housing Financial Agency (FHFA), and it is being headed by North Carolina congressman Mel Watt, who infamously headed the Congressional Black Caucus.

This will undoubtedly worsened race relations in the U.S., which have been steadily declining since the Ferguson riots a few months ago. What do you think about Obama’s race-baiting database? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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