Here is a juxtaposition of the statements by former President Obama and current President Trump with respect to the killing that has just taken place Saturday at a Pittsburgh synagogue leaving 11 dead.

Find the more unifying meaning after a misfortune: pic.twitter.com/ NhRCbJNiiO

— Jesse Kelly (@ JesseKellyDC) October 27, 2018

One says a bit about anti-Semitism and get instantly to politics.

We grieve for the Americans slaughtered in Pittsburgh. All of us have to fight the rise of anti-Semitism and repugnant hyperbole against those who gape, affection, or cry differently. And we have to stop fixing it so easy for those who want to harm the innocent to get their hands on a gun.

— Barack Obama (@ BarackObama) October 27, 2018

The other denounces anti-Semitism as a loathsome poison that needs to be abolished from earth.

As you know, earlier today there was a horrible shooting targeting and killing Jewish Americans at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The shooter is in custody, and federal authorities have been completed to corroborate state and local police … pic.twitter.com/ WqO7GfPyMT

— Donald J. Trump (@ realDonaldTrump) October 27, 2018

But Trump is the one continually blamed for the shooting.

The Washington Post says he has ” promoted the poisonou environ for the political cruelty he deplores .”

‘Infuriating’: Ari Fleischer POUNDS a MSM rag for trying to blame Trump for Pittsburgh shooting https :// t.co/ UKU9ZX 7Tdh

— Twitchy Team (@ TwitchyTeam) October 28, 2018

In addition to Obama’s comments about people get their hands on grease-guns, The Democrat squandered no time in exhausting a statement that was sheer politics.

The PATHETIC message from Democrat about the distressing shooting in Pittsburgh: Election for us! https :// t.co/ YXQk3sFx 3L

— Twitchy Team (@ TwitchyTeam) October 28, 2018

There was not even a reminder of partisanship or politicization in Trump’s observes, more he is the problem.

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