Former pimp and current unintelligible Leftist television host Al Sharpton has made a career stoking the fires of racism, and this video (above) from 1992 is just another fine example of the reverend’s godly work in progress.
In the clip, the Baptist minister is addressing a gathering at Kean College in New Jersey about police misconduct and the community’s reaction. With a Nation of Islam representative standing behind him, a fire-breathing Sharpton yells at the crowd, who joyfully applaud:
“All the Panther lovers. All the ‘Do it or die.’ All the ‘by any means necessary’ negros…. I didn’t see ’em stand up and do nothing. ‘Oh really, I don’t believe in marching, I believe in offing the pigs.’ Well they got pigs out here. You ain’t offed one of them. What I believe in I do. Do what you believe in. Or shut up and admit you’ve lost your courage and you guts to stand up.”
He might as well be talking directly to Micah Johnson, the Dallas shooter, who shot 11 cops in cold blood, killing 5 of them.
The right reverend wasn’t finished. He continued, “‘I ain’t havin’ no march. ‘I believe in fightin’.’ Well fight then! Ain’t nobody holding you! “I’ll off the man.’ Well off him. Plenty of crackers walking right around here tonight,” to which the crowd clapped and cheered with laughter.
Jesse Watter’s interviews Stephen Marks, the person who released the tape, below:
On your way out, if you haven’t seen the NYT’s Retro Report covering how Sharpton came to be the disgusting media presence he is, click below:
Also, if you’re in need of a laugh and haven’t seen one of The Washington Free Beacon’s three-part series showing Sharpton battling the teleprompter, click below:
Exit thought from Lumbergh: