Al Sharpton, notorious tax evader, race-baiter, and riot leader, has stepped in it. Well, not really. It’s not like he said anything he doesn’t believe in. He pretty much says exactly what he meansIn fact, during a 1992 speech to a room full of attendees, he said,“I don’t believe in marching. I believe in offing the pigs. Well they got pigs out here! What I believe in, I do!”
We have to excuse his illiterate stupidity, because overall we get his point…he believes in killing cops. He encourages it, and he did back then;
“Do what you believe in. Or shut up and admit you’ve lost your courage and guts to stand up.”
Be a law breaker, beat down white folks, riot in the streets!
“Ain’t nobody holding you. I’ll off the man. Well off him. Plenty of crackers walking right around here tonight.”
Yep—go murder white folks. Kill some cops while you’re at it.
So, Fox News darling, Jesse Watters confronted Sharpton about his threatening and murderous rhetoric. Sharpton denies ever saying that. Kinda like Hillary saying nobody died in the Libya on her watch. First, Sharpton claims he never said it, then he claims his quote was taken out of context and that he was mocking someone else who said it. When Watters pulls out the transcript, Sharpton goes back to denying it and accuses Watters of being cheap and lying.
You can watch the honest Reverend relay his messages of love and truth via the link. Be sure to watch it all the way through. Watters wishes Sharpton well in his endeavors…particularly when it comes to the IRS. Hah!