Inciting Race War? Obama, Black Lives Matter Founders, Others Sued

July 13, 2016—In a $2 billion class action complaint, the founder of Judicial Watch, Larry Klayman, accuses founders of Black Lives Matter as well as President Barack Obama and others of  “inciting the imminent serious bodily injury and killing of police officers and other law enforcement persons of all races and ethnicities,”  according to Zero Hedge.

Former US Attorney General Eric Holder, the leader of the Nation of Islam, Louis Farrakhan, and Al Sharpton are also among those named in the lawsuit filed on Saturday in Texas.

They stand accused of not only calling for “immediate violence and severe bodily injury or death,” of police officers, but for manufacturing the narrative of cops vs. blacks in the first place.

Klayman is also a former US Department of Justice prosecutor.

On Fox Business on Wednesday, Klayman said he agreed with Newt Gingrich that Obama has “sent race relations back to the early part of the 1950s as far as I’m concerned.”