Al Sharpton on race #ViralVideo


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  1. Ron Puckett 24 February, 2014 at 13:47 Reply

    It’s racial hucksters like the Rev. Al here that have done the most damage to the African American community in general. Can you say Rev. Jesse? They seem to need to keep the racial pot all stirred up in order to hold unto their race baiting jobs and positions of power. I am married to a lovely African American conservative woman who wholeheartedly agrees. These low life’s have convinced the very gifted capable blacks who listen to them that they somehow just can’t make it on their own, that they need special treatment. What a tragic line of untrue propaganda to sell an entire culture on. My wife earned her doctorate because she didn’t buy this nonsense, she just worked hard same as I. How many more generations will these scum, so called black leaders hold back just so they can get paid? It’s a shame.

  2. MikeP 26 February, 2014 at 12:48 Reply

    Al and Jesse are not reverends; only con-artists.

    “Reverend” Jesse Jackson has no degree in Divinity. Jackson is a theology school dropout, having left the Chicago Theological Seminary in 1966 to “focus full-time on the civil rights movement.” I think he meant the Civil Unrest movement.

    As for “Reverend” Al Sharpton, he never even attended seminary. Sharpton attended Brooklyn College and dropped out in 1975, after just two years. But Sharpton did something better. He was befriended and mentored by “Reverend” Jackson.

    Here is a quote from black Liberals’ holy man Sharpton about his influences:

    “What I do functionally is what Dr. King, Reverend Jackson and the movement are all about; but I learned manhood from James Brown. I always say that James Brown taught me how to be a man.”

    Two college dropouts who have “honorary” titles. With credentials like Jackson and Sharpton, anybody can call themselves a “reverend.” Hell, even Elizabeth Warren can be a reverend, as I’m sure she has thought about church or driven by one on her way to the university.

    Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr was a real reverend, pastor, and a true theologian.

    Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2014/01/call_him_reverend_king.html#ixzz2uSINom3F
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