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… Bastard !! [#al sharpton]…

Posted by paulfromwloh on Sunday,June 12th,2016

.. how else do you think about this guy ..

.. he is a race – hustling poverty pimp . Why POTUS associates with him and gives him credibility , I can never understand …

.. [h/t — projectVeritas.com]..
.. [link] to the investigative report // video segments …

.. the verdict seems to be unanimous . Erica Garner [Michael Garner ‘ s daughter]. Tracy Martin [Trayvon Martin ‘ s father] . Local officials in Ferguson , Mo , at least ones that had dealing with Al . They learned the fullest measure of the truth …

.. the so – called ” Reverend Al ” and his outfit [the National Action Network] are nothing but extortionists . Yes , a bunch of raw and unrepentant shakedown artists … Plain and Simple …

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… What is POTUS doing ? [National Action Network speech]…

Posted by paulfromwloh on Saturday,April 12th,2014

.. what in the hell is Obama doing ? …

.. first , in appearing at a criminal organization . An incompetent and idiotic Attorney General like Eric Holder in someways I can understand . But POTUS ?? No way ….

.. then , the material of the speech . At least at the beginning of the week , at the 50th anniversary celebration of the Civil Rights Act , POTUS behaved himself , to a point . Not at the N.A.N. , that is for sure …

.. so you can see his drivel for yourself , here is the speech for your perusal …
.. [h/t — YouTube]..
.. [link] to the god awful speech …

.. POTUS is a racist and a bigot . He is not just a bigot in general , but he is a philosophical bigot …

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… More on a Fine Whine [#Eric Holder]…

Posted by paulfromwloh on Friday,April 11th,2014

.. to be honest ,what in the hell is Eric Holder doing in front of a criminal organization like N.A.N. ??

.. they were formed as a criminal front organization . Especially as a front organ for the antics and blackmail tactics of the so – called ” Reverend , ” Al Sharpton . Sharpton had to do something …

.. After the schemes with the F.B.I. and the drug dealing blew up , then the blackmail scheme with Tamara Brawley and now the Crown Heights riots , Sharpton had to go to ground . He had to find something to start to rehabilitate his reputation . Plus , he had to shed ” tons . ” Running around in those jogging suits made him look like an idiot …

.. [h/t — theRightScoop]..
.. [link] to the speech footage ..

.. Holder has no right to complain …. None , whatsoever . How he can whine like this , it is beneath the dignity of his office . Ideally , he should know better . Unfortunately , he does not care one whit about it …

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… Nice Going Al [Sharpton] …

Posted by paulfromwloh on Thursday,December 26th,2013

.. Sharpton hosts a town hall – style meeting in Chicago , and guess what happens ??? …

.. a Tea Party – style revolt breaks out ! …

.. [h/t — newsbusters.org]

.. [link] to the article …

.. On Thursday, a town hall meeting hosted by Al Sharpton and the National Action Network to address gun violence exploded into a revolt against “Chicago Machine” politics, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and the aldermen in City Hall, with panel and audience members calling to vote out their elected officials.

One 82-year-old preacher even called for “Tea Party” style meetings in some of Chicago’s south side communities such as Altgeld Gardens and Trumbull Park.

While the stated goal for Sharpton was to bring the many different groups together to discuss solutions to the city’s violence epidemic, he may not have gotten the types of responses he was looking for. Calls for more gun control laws and getting guns off the streets were nonexistent and not mentioned by residents throughout the session.

Instead, attendees offered solutions addressing the problems facing their community as a whole rather than just taking on “gun violence” itself. Audience members addressed the need for jobs and solving the foreclosure crisis plaguing Chicago’s south and west sides. Perhaps the loudest message—and one that Reverend Al or the Chicago media have yet to report on—echoed by several different people in attendance as well as panel members was that it is time for the black community to start voting differently.

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… Another Dandy Nugget from Bill O ‘ Reilly …

Posted by paulfromwloh on Tuesday,August 27th,2013

… it is from last night ‘ s Talking Points Memo . Watch it for yourself , and tell me what you think …

[link]

.. Bill O ‘  Reilly is someone who is not easy to peg ideologically . He is , by his own admission , a libertarian . Many of his views ,

An example of The O'Reilly Factor's Talking Po...

An example of The O’Reilly Factor’s Talking Points Memo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

but not all , are conservative in nature . He is generally supportive of the Tea Party and their goals , but is sometimes dubious about some of their methods , feeling that the ways that they are trying to change our politics are more than a little naive . He is extraordinarily critical of hypocrites , in general , and the ObamaCrap Administration , in particular …

 

… as relates to last night …

As the United States approaches the 50th anniversary of the March on  Washington, many are taking the time to reflect on how far the nation has come.  In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O’Reilly speculated what Dr. Martin  Luther King, Jr. would think of the racial situation in America today.

“If Dr. King were alive today, I believe he would be brokenhearted about what  has happened to the traditional family, and not only among blacks.”

O’Reilly speculated that Dr. King would not be pleased with the  out-of-wedlock birth rate, the broken education system and the rap industry. “Would he approve the Civil  Rights Movement that continues to blame American society for the problems  encountered by blacks rather than encouraging personal responsibility as a way  to achieve individual success?”

The  Factor host criticized Saturday’s march in Washington D.C. for being “heavy  on grievance” and “light on problem solving.”

O’Reilly slammed Al Sharpton’s National Action Network for financially  profiting off of the event. Watch his full remarks in the clip above.

 

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