Few people have set the plight of racial harmony in the United States back further than so-called “civil rights leader” and former pimp the Reverend Al Sharpton. Sharpton never misses a chance to be in the news and make his loud voice heard (preferably by megaphone), and he saw a ripe opportunity to do so in the wake of Republican Donald Trump’s election victory.
In 1992, Sharpton addressed a crowd at Kean College in New Jersey and attempted to lecture them about police brutality. Said Sharpton in the video to his applauding audience, “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 your guts to stand up.”
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.” This video is causing Sharpton great embarrassment and has all but destroyed his credibility in his pitiable attacks against Trump. Do you want Sharpton to finally quit his hate speech? Watch below: