Al Sharpton is a Baptist minister, civil rights activist, and radio and TV personality. Sharpton has always been controversial. He has verbally attacked Jews, Mormons, white people, and the gay community. His critics describe him as a political radical and blame him for deteriorating race relations in the United States. On the other hand, his supporters praise “his ability and willingness to defy the power structure that is seen as the cause of their suffering.”
A 1992 video has resurfaced that depicts Al Sharpton at Kean College in New Jersey, addressing a group of students and faculty. Sharpton lets fly with an almost unintelligible speech but some things he says are understood easily. The audience even seems to find some of his racist remarks funny.
In the video, Sharpton said about the police, “I believe in offing the pigs!”
About his relationship with white people, Sharpton declared, “I’m off the man. Well off him. Plenty of crackers walking right around here tonight.”
Proud Conservative Reports:
It’s funny how some groups of people can scream hate-filled racist messages and get away with it, while other groups are scrutinized for the smallest of issues.
Trump gets blasted for ‘being a liberal until he ran for president’. He also gets blasted for being a racist, despite never saying anything racist whatsoever, but when a guy like Al Sharpton goes on a super rant with a racist hate-filled message, there is absolutely nothing said….literally nothing.
A video has surfaced from 1992 when Al Sharpton was speaking at Kean College and he said some things that are beyond absurd, but have you heard about it in the mainstream media? Nope…and you won’t.