Obama Said It's Easier For Kids To Get A Glock Than A Book; Watch Press Secretary Try To Defend That

While speaking a memorial for the five Dallas officers killed during an ambush earlier this month, President Barack Obama switched from focusing on the police to blaming a Republican-controlled Congress for sustaining an environment of crime and violence in America's poor neighborhoods by refusing to vote for progressive policies.

After blaming Republicans for disenfranchising poor black people by not giving enough money to education or to fight mental illness or drug abuse, Obama made the bizarre statement that, “We flood communities with so many guns that it is easier for a teenager to buy a Glock than get his hands on a computer or even a book.”

The Washington Post was among a number of fact checkers that cried foul.

Now watch in this video from the Washington Free Beacon how White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest tries to defend Obama's words to the fact checkers. This is incredible.

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