Sunday, July 10, 2016

Race Baiter Sharpton Makes Sick Plan For Baton Rouge… Here Comes Ferguson 2.0: I Think It Time To Send Sharpton Back To Africa , He Not Wanted Here Any More

race-baiter Al Sharpton revealed in a blog post Thursday that he intended to travel to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to meet with the family of Alton Sterling, a longtime criminal who died during an altercation with the police early Tuesday morning.
Writing for The Huffington Post, Sharpton also mentioned the death of Philando Castile, a St. Paul, Minnesota, man who died during an altercation with police officers the day after Sterling’s death.
Such tragedies are “a national problem that requires national reform of police culture and the criminal justice system itself,” he argued.
Except that neither Sterling nor Castile’s deaths have been ruled unjustified and may never be, as the investigations into their cases have only now just begun.
Moreover, according to The Baton Rouge Advocate, Sharpton’s National Action Network released a letter from Baton Rouge’s Rev. Shelton Dixon, senior pastor of Greater Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church, revealing why he had asked Sharpton to visit his town.
“In order to achieve justice we are seeking the presence of Rev. Sharpton and National Action Network in Baton Rouge to meet with the family of Mr. Sterling because of NAN’s long track record of assisting families who are victims of police misconduct,” Dixon reportedly wrote.
Never mind the fact that, in reality, Sharpton had a long track record of assisting the family members of fake victims like Mike Brown, Freddie Gray, Eric Garner and Trayvon Martin — none of whom were actually victims.
Plus, Sharpton has zero legal experience. The only thing he knows how to do is make false accusations and stir up racial animosity — just like his role model, President Barack Obama.
He also knows how to incite people into chanting lovely phrases like, “What do we want? Dead cops!”
And wouldn’t you know, this was exactly what was delivered to him this Thursday evening in Dallas. He must be pleased.

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