Sunday, July 17, 2016

Pot, meet kettle. Kettle, pot.

So, the somewhat-less-than-reverend Al Sharpton is at it again.

The Rev. Al Sharpton criticized efforts to mute the Black Lives Matter movement Saturday, saying a sustained protest is the only way to force change.

"It's mind changing time," Sharpton told listeners during his weekly address at the National Action Network's "House of Justice" in Harlem.

He urged others to ignore the calls from critics to scale back or stop rallies organized by the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Sharpton said numerous protests create a climate for change and provide participants a sense of sanity amid rising gun-related violence. He also deplored the killing of police officers in Dallas last week.

"Don't paint us as anti-cop. We are not anti-police. We're anti-wrong," he said.

There's more at the link.

So, Al . . . if you're so all-fired "anti-wrong":

"Anti-wrong", my fundamental jujube!  Seems to me he's made a career out of "wrong"!



WCarlS said...

"It's mind changing time," Sharpton told listeners . . .

Al hopefully is cognizant of the "best intentions" AlGoreithm. It may be that the minds being changed are not those of his target audience, but instead, those of his target audience's targets.

As Fred Reed keeps pointing out, there may come a day when the pendulum swings in the other direction, and the Sharpton Cash Cow lowers its' head to gore opponents.

Anonymous said...

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