Former POTUS Barack Obama is still acting presidential these days, and during a virtual town hall with local and national leaders, he spoke about the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery.
"Let me start by simply acknowledging that we have seen, in the past few months, the kinds of epic changes and events in our country that are as profound as anything I have ever seen in my life," Obama said. "Although we have all been experiencing pain and some interruption, some people have been experiencing it more than others. Especially the pain experienced by [de] George, Breonna, Ahmaud, Tony [McDade], Sean [Reade], and many others to mention, "Obama said.
"Please know that Michelle and I and the nation cry with you, we hold you in our prayers. We are committed to the fight to create a more just nation in memory of your sons and daughters," he added.
President Donald Trump has continued to divide the nation, encouraging his supporters to use his second amendment rights, which will only lead to more killings.